Visualizing Health Equity: One Size Does Not Fit All Infographic
Data and Evidence Jun-30-2017 |
When it comes to expanding opportunities for health, thinking the same approach will work universally is like expecting everyone to be able to ride the same bike. We’ve invested in creating multiple graphics to depict health equity. Scroll down to view and download.
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Faced with the challenge to visually convey the difference between equality and equity, we surveyed our audience and incorporated input from a range of people.