Category Archives: equity

Racial disparities in asthma exist even among children with equal access to health care

Another avenue for health methods next quarter is talking about racial/SES disparities in incidence of asthma and allergies. This runs of the risk of playing into deficit models, but it seems like a missed opportunity to talk about issues of … Continue reading

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Jamie Oliver’s food revolution

Just watched my first episodes last night of Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution (what else is there to do at 10pm on a Friday night?), and I am newly inspired about the importance of teaching health to kids. Several thoughts occurred … Continue reading

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Report by the Pew Hispanic Center on use of technology across different ethnic groups

This came across my email the other day: a report by the Pew Hispanic Center on the use of technology across different ethnic groups. In thinking about the results of this report as they pertain to curriculum design that is … Continue reading

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