Health Equity U.S. + Global

The Atlantic Fellows for Health Equity U.S. + Global

The Atlantic Fellows for Health Equity U.S. + Global program develops leaders who have the knowledge, skills, and courage to build more equitable health systems, organizations, and communities. Health equity aims to close the health care gap between wealthy and marginalized communities by realizing the benefits of public health and health care. The program aims to create a global network of committed leaders by training them to recognize, understand, and work towards resolving these inequities.

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United Kingdom 5th
United Kingdom
United Kingdom 5th
United Kingdom
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1
Mexico 3rd
Mexico
Mexico 3rd
Mexico
health-equity-us
1
South Africa 4th
South Africa
South Africa 4th
South Africa
health-equity-us
4
Philippines 2nd
Philippines
Philippines 2nd
Philippines
health-equity-us
1
Malaysia 2nd
Malaysia
Malaysia 2nd
Malaysia
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3
Kenya 3rd
Kenya
Kenya 3rd
Kenya
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1
Argentina 2nd
Argentina
Argentina 2nd
Argentina
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41
United States
United States
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2
Uganda
Uganda
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Trinidad and Tobago
Trinidad and Tobago
health-equity-us
1
Sierra Leone
Sierra Leone
health-equity-us
1
Pakistan
Pakistan
health-equity-us
3
Nigeria
Nigeria
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1
Malawi
Malawi
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Liberia
Liberia
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India
India
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Ghana
Ghana
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Brazil
Brazil
About the Program

Based at the Fitzhugh Mullan Institute for Health Workforce Equity at George Washington University.

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Health Equity U.S. + Global
Meet some of our Fellows

The Atlantic Fellows for Health Equity program is dedicated to training leaders who will have health equity as their mindset and health disparities reduction as their explicit skillset.

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FELLOWS
Toyese Oyeyemi

University of New Mexico

Faculty

Deborrah G. Liao

Municipal Health Officer

Rural Health Unit-Gamay

Sarah M. Hooper

Executive Director

UCSF/UC Hastings Consortium on Law Science & Health Policy

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