Product Code: HWFA-001
Health and well-being are products of not only the healthcare we receive and the choices we make, but also the places where we live, learn, work, and play. Health and Well-Being for All is an interactive way to discuss factors that affect our overall health, including social factors, and to consider how to take action.
Health and Well-Being for All promotes teamwork and cross-sector collaboration to address social determinants. Working with partners maximizes the impact on the health of individuals and the communities in which they live. Health and Well-Being for All has been tested by various audiences, from health care to academia.
What is included in Health and Well-Being for All?
· Carrying case
· Vibrant infographic/map (3’ x 5’ durable fabric poster)
· Facilitator’s guide
o Three separate simulation modules about asthma, gang violence, and obesity. Each module includes:
o A dialogue guide
o A primary patient story
o Discussion and data cards
o Role playing scenarios
What will participants do?
· Discuss the determinants of health—including socioeconomic, behavioral, environmental, and other factors—through a facilitated discussion and prompts.
· Compare and contrast the internal and external issues faced by key stakeholders through a role play exercise.
· Identify strategies for moving from group alignment to cooperative action through collective brainstorming.
Who should use Health and Well-Being for All?
· Health professions educators, students, and residents
· Faculty and students of other disciplines that also impact health (e.g., social work)
· Public health and health care professionals
· Community health workers and patient navigators
· Health systems senior leaders and administrators
How can you use Health and Well-Being for All?
· Curriculum for students in the health professions
· Interprofessional orientations for health professions students
· Community coalition meetings
· Problem-based learning exercises
“Hands on, active learning that makes social determinants of health come alive.”
Justine Strand de Oliveira, DrPH, PA-C | Vice Chair for Education, Duke Family Medicine
“Health and Well-Being for All” originated with materials created for the CDC Experience Applied Epidemiology Fellowship for medical students, funded by Pfizer External Medical Affairs, Inc. through a grant to the CDC Foundation.