Resource scenario archive
The Danger of a Single Story
In this TED Talk, novelist Chimamanda Adichie tells the story of how she found her authentic cultural voice and warns that if we hear only a single story about another person or country, we risk a critical misunderstanding.
Excuse Me, Your Bias is Showing
Episode 10 of EM Pulse, a podcast produced by UC Davis Emergency Medicine, discusses racism and implicit bias in emergency health care.
Cultural Humility: People, Principles and Practices
This 30-minute documentary by San Francisco State professor Vivian Chávez mixes poetry with music, interviews, archival footage, and images of community, nature and dance to explain what Cultural Humility is and why we need it.
Mapping Life Expectancy
A series of maps that display life expectancy values in nearby neighborhoods to illustrate the connection between neighborhood conditions and health and start a conversation about the social determinants of health.
County Health Rankings & Roadmaps
Data, evidence, guidance, and examples to build awareness of the multiple factors that influence health and support community leaders working to improve health and increase health equity.
What Can the Health Care Sector Do to Advance Health Equity?
This report discusses current health care sector initiatives to advance health equity and recommendations for action.
Unnatural Causes: Is Inequality Making Us Sick?
A seven-part documentary series and resources exploring racial and socioeconomic inequities in health.
What is Health Equity? And What Difference Does a Definition Make?
This report is designed to increase consensus around the meaning of health equity and other key terms that often arise in discussions of health equity.
The Role of Reason for Firearm Ownership in Beliefs about Firearms and Suicide, Openness to Means Safety, and Current Firearm Storage
This study examines the reasons for firearm ownership, beliefs about firearm ownership, storage, and suicide, willingness to engage in means safety, and current storage practices.Peer-Reviewed Article
Hospital-based violence intervention programs work
Evaluation of the effectiveness of a Violence Intervention Program (VIP) for repeated victims of violence through a prospective randomized control study.External Resource
We’ve Got Your Back: How Service Providers can Support Male Survivors of Violence
Video on the importance of a culturally-responsive and trauma-informed approach to care for boys and men who are survivors of violence.
The Next 100 Questions: A Research Agenda For Ending Gun Violence
A report on the research agenda for firearm violence prevention by addressing 100 research questions that yield actionable findings and can reduce gun violence.