Results from our social determinants of health survey indicate that family physicians want to help address their patients' needs, but face many barriers in trying to offer the support they need. For example, 64 percent of family physicians feel they aren't properly staffed to address risk factors with patients.
Transforming health care for everyone inspired The EveryONE Project by the AAFP. The initiative, which is part of the AAFP's Center for Diversity and Health Equity, offers education and resources to help you advocate for health equity, promote workforce diversity, and collaborate with other disciplines and organizations to reduce harmful health disparities.
As part of Black History Month and Women's History Month, the CDHE invited members to join the "Power to Heal" Town Hall for a panel discussion on advocating for Medicare payment and access, and actions that advance health equity. CME is available for the replay.
The EveryONE Project is administered through the AAFP’s Center for Diversity and Health Equity (CDHE) to make an impact on health disparities. Contact CDHE at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
The EveryONE Project is supported in part by a grant from the AAFP Foundation.