For Disability Pride Month, I talk with disability law Professor Doron Dorfman about the phenomenon “fear of the disability con.” EPISODE TRANSCRIPT It’s Disability Pride Month. Today I talk with professor Doron Dorfman who specializes in disability law. Dr. Dorfman tells me about the widspread fear that disabled people are “faking it,” the impact of […]
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The emphasis is on action, with plenty of accountability. Here’s a tool to execute against your health equity strategic plan.
What does it mean to look at patient education through an equity lens? Learn why this is a good idea, and how you can do it.
HCP has leveraged our years of working on health equity with leaders across the health sector to bring you our newest course: Equitable Patient Education. Equitable Patient Education teaches you to recognize and manage system- and individual-level barriers to equitable patient education, so all patients benefit from the effectiveness of patient education on their health. […]
Everyone has equity goals we’re trying to reach, often as part of our regular jobs. In this episode I offer some help, maybe encouragement on how we can advance on our health equity goals, by taking equity lenses on communication. Hi everybody, this is “10 Minutes to Better Patient Communication” from Health Communication Partners. I’m […]
Effective patient education improves health outcomes. Six decades of research proves patient education’s effectiveness on patients’ physical, psychological and physiological outcomes [1,2,3]. Patient education is also cost-effective . For every dollar invested in patient education, 3-4 dollars are saved . Patient education also has the potential to impact health equity. As an essential component of […]