Knowledge to Action: Accelerating Progress in Health, Well-Being, and Equity is a collection of short conversations with leading academics, journalists, policymakers, public health practitioners, and researchers focused on the idea of meaningful change—its definition, its impediments, and exploring how we can transition from research to action in health, well-being, and equity.
This inaugural volume in the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's Culture of Health book series explores topics including: efforts to address disparities in health and achieve health equity; strategies for identifying solutions to persistent health and health care issues to better future policy and practice; explorations of the connections between policing and urban design and health and well-being; examinations of innovative and promising multi-disciplinary partnerships; and more.
Other books in the series include:
- Advancing Health and Well-Being: Using Evidence and Collaboration to Achieve Health Equity
- Well-Being: Expanding the Definition of Progress
- Culture of Health in Practice: Innovations in Research, Community Engagement, and Action
- Community Resilience: Innovation, Engagement, and Equity
Knowledge to Action is edited by Alonzo L. Plough, PhD, MPH, MA, and published by Oxford University Press.
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