Legislative oversight of higher education may further weaken the public health workforce pipeline and limit the profession’s ability to serve communities.
By promoting a better understanding of microaggressions, bias, and diversity, public health practitioners can create more equitable workplaces and ultimately improve the health outcomes of the communities they serve.
A public health workforce that is representative of the population it serves is better equipped to address the unique needs of their community.
The understanding that people are experts of their own culture. Their experiences, knowledge, practices, and norms are valid and accurate.