Stanford Faculty working in partnership to achieve health equity
Introducing the Stanford School of Medicine HEAL Network
In response to growing interest and expertise among faculty that are dedicated to addressing health disparities, we have launched a Health Equity Action Leadership (HEAL) Network. Based in research and scholarship, the HEAL Network brings faculty together to determine how we can better address health inequities. Through the Network members are able to:
- Receive or provide mentorship
- Participate in education and training
- Identify collaborative funding opportunities
- Develop local and National policies to address health disparities
The HEAL Network builds upon the vision from Stanford Precision Health for Ethnic and Racial Equity (SPHERE), a five-year initiative led by Bonnie Maldonado that is dedicated to reducing disease in minority populations through the implementation of precision health projects and community engagement.
Please learn more about SPHERE by visiting the SPHERE Website.
Join the HEAL Network
HEAL Network membership is currently open to Stanford Medicine faculty who are involved or interested in Health Equity Research. While membership is currently limited to faculty, most HEAL Network activities are open to anyone at Stanford with an interest in Health Equity research. We will promote HEAL Network activities to a broad audience through the HEAL and SPHERE Websites and other communication approaches. See who is in the HEAL Network
HEAL Network Steering Committee
OFDD HEAL Network Leadership
The HEAL Network is launching a new series of seven workshops over the next several months. The series, entitled HEAL Talks: Strategies for Engaging in Health Equity Research, is geared towards Jr. Faculty and Faculty who would like to enhance their skills in conducting health equity research with communities.
February 15, 2023 Applying for Diversity Supplements
Education and Training Resources
Precision Health Equity in Primary Care Seminar Series
This four-part seminar series presented the state of the science of precision health equity, from societal, scientific, and clinical perspectives, and was designed to inform and inspire primary care providers to translate these innovations into their practices and communities.
SPHERE Seminar I: Precision Health Equity and Social Justice
SPHERE Seminar II: Germline Screening for Cancer and Cardiovascular Disease in Minority Populations
SPHERE Seminar III: Pharmacogenomics in Underserved Communities
SPHERE Seminar IV: Polygenic Risk Scores in Primary Care Screening
Association for Clinical and Translational Science (ACTS) webinar