Recordings, Webinars & Toolkits

  1. New Methods for Eliminating Racial Disparities in Michigan. Michigan Department of Community Health
    The webcast includes: 1) Overview of the PRIME initiative; 2) Data collection for small populations; 3) Native American PRAMS survey data collection methods; and 4) New approaches for using data to inform program outreach.
  2. Health disparities Reduction and Minority Health Toolkit. Michigan Department of Community Health
    A toolkit that is designed to provide exposure to issues pertaining to health equity.
  3. Disturbing Statistics about Infant Mortality Michigan Radio Interview
    Arlene Geronimus from UMSPH and Brenda Jegede of PRIME speak about disparities in infant mortality in Michigan
  4. Kent County Health Departments Toolkit – Framing the relationship between race and health
    A tool that can be used to explore racial health disparities, as well as resources to find solutions.
  5. Applied Research Center. (2009). The Applied Research Center Racial Equity Impact Assessment Toolkit.
    A Racial Equity Impact Assessment (REIA) is a systematic examination of how different racial and ethnic groups will likely be affected by a proposed action or decision. This toolkit can be used to explore the use and applications of REIA’s.
  6. Looking Upstream: How Income, Education and Racial Inequalities Shape Health (April 2011).
    This webinar examines the non-medical factors that shape health.
  7. Place and Health: Why Conditions Where We Live Work and Play Matter (May 2011).
    This webinar explores the use of health assessments, health insurance, and exposure to violence as factors affecting health.
  8. What Shapes Health? (March 2011). http://www.rwjf.org/pr/product.jsp?id=72030
    A panel of experts discusses social determinants of health.
  9. National Health Equity Research Conference. Social Determinants of Health Disparities: Moving the Nation to Care about Social Justice (June 2012)
  10. Dr. Camara Jones’s "A Gardener's Tale" Video.
    A useful metaphor is presented to be used when thinking about racial disparities.
  11. Race Matters Toolkit. The Anne E .Casey Foundation
    This toolkit is designed to help decision-makers, advocates, and elected officials get better results in their work by providing equitable opportunities for all.
  12. MCH Life Course ToolBox. CityMatCH
    An online resource for those in the MCH field to share their ideas and find new strategies to integrate the Life Course Perspective into their work.
  13. Local Health Department Organizational Self-Assessment for Addressing Health Inequities Toolkit
    Provides public health leaders with tools and guidelines that help identify the skills, organizational practices and infrastructure needed to address health equity and provide insights into steps LHDs can take to ensure their organization can have an impact on this growing problem.
  14. State Health Department Organizational Self-Assessment for Achieving Health Equity
    The State Health Department Organizational Self-Assessment for Achieving Health Equity: (Self-Assessment) provides public health leaders with tools and guidance to help identify the skills, organizational practices, and infrastructure necessary to achieve health equity.
  15. NAACHO: Roots of Health Inequity Online Course
    A Web-Based Course for the Public Health Workforce.