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Designing more equitable social care

Thomas S, Jimenez-Zambrano A, Varda D, Stoute K
Presentations from 2022 SIREN National Research Meeting: Racial Health Equity in Social Care


Speakers: Stacey Thomas (Health Leads), Andrea Jimenez-Zambrano (University of Colorado), Danielle Varda and Kyra Stoute (Visible Network Labs)

Moderator: Chidiogo Anyigbo (Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center)

Discussant: Lisa Hamlett (Patient Insight Institute; SIREN)


Presentations in this session highlight how careful attention to the ways in which social care is implemented and who is at the decision-making table can lead to more equitable interventions.

1. “Informed consent can be a driver of inequity” [PDF] by Stacey Thomas

2. “Tailoring social needs and social support screeners for young adults” [PDF] by Danielle Varda and Kyra Stoute

3. “Engaging members of systematically disadvantaged communities to identify priority outcomes of success for a school-based asthma management program” [PDF] by Andrea Jimenez-Zambrano

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