Health Equity

Utah’s refugee populations face significant barriers accessing culturally appropriate fresh fruits and vegetables. With an opportunity from the Utah Comprehensive Cancer Control Program to develop projects to address this need, the International Rescue Committee received funding to expand their New…
From February 2020 to February 2021, the number of food insecure households rose 8.5% in Utah, with communities of color and minoritized communities experiencing significantly larger increases. In response, state partners invested in building a statewide Double Up Food Bucks Program, which can…
This list of resources is designed to advance heatlh equity for LGBTQ+ people with cancer.
This policy brief examines how the views of rural health stakeholders - individuals working in roles aimed at improving the lives and health of rural Americans - on the top public health priorities for rural America vary across census regions, demographic factors, and employment types.
This report surveys the federal policy landscape related to the social determinants of health.
This resource is intended to inform education and referrals in clinical settings for patients who are vulnerable to climate change’s health impacts.
This fact sheet will guide leaders in promoting equitable economic development in rural places across the country.
From 2011 to 2015, the cancer incidence rates and cancer mortality rates in New Hampshire and Vermont exceeded the national average. In addition, cancer death rates in rural areas are higher than in urban areas, with barriers such as a lack of broadband internet connectivity and a lower…
The National Cancer Plan (2023) provides a comprehensive framework for this meaningful collaboration and unites us in acting on the vision President Biden and First Lady Biden set out in the Cancer Moonshot℠ to end cancer as we know it.
This archived presentation suggests that one-size-fits-all clinical trials are not going to capture the diversity that researchers need to represent the world where it is now, and more importantly, where it will be in the future.