Early Childhood Is Critical to Health Equity
Research May-01-2018 | | 1-min read
This report, produced in partnership with the University of California, San Francisco, examines some of the barriers to health equity that begin early in life, and promising strategies for overcoming them.
There is no single solution, but a range of promising approaches. Approaches like high-quality early care and education, home visiting, coordination across social services and medical care, and broader supportive economic policies can all help support lifelong health, starting early in life.
Consensus around the definition of health equity can help bridge divides and foster productive dialogue among diverse stakeholder groups.
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