Within the sphere of community health, health literacy emerges as an essential aspect of patient-centered healthcare.
This project used quantitative data; both publicly available and a robust bilingual community survey, and centered it on qualitative data, leading to a rich and robust story of a community
This report provides an overview of the process, methods, and findings of identifying health and social determinants of health needs in the city of Laredo, community assets, as well as a summary
Momentum in the Mountains: A virtual summit to educate, engage, and connect families, providers, and public health professionals around contemporary topics in genetics.
Bridging Communities to Achieve Equity for All. 20+ years of improving health, increasing access, and eliminating disparities
Texas Health Institute was one of seven national finalists to receive a grant from Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s (RWJF) to test their Aligning Sectors Theory of Change. Over the course
Over the past decade, cross-sector alignment efforts to improve health and well-being in communities have gained increasing momentum.
Efforts to align public health, health care, and social service sectors hold great promise for achieving health equity. However, there remains little knowledge and evidence of what works for aligning
Cross-sector alignment efforts across Texas are aligning public health, health care, and social service sectors to advance the health of all. We asked them what works, for whom, how, and