Health Equity in Prevention

The Center for Prevention at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota provided funding to organizations through the Health Equity in Prevention initiative to advance health equity through policy, systems, and environmental changes. Wilder Research conducted a review of tools than can assess organizational capacity to advance health equity. Evaluation work included conducting ripple effect mapping discussions with HEiP-funded organizations to understand project impacts. Reports also highlight policy work and lessons learned.


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Comunidades Latinas Unidas en Servicio (CLUES) - Network Description and its ImpactsEvaluationApril 2017Amanda Hane
Promising Practices - Increasing Access to Fresh, Locally Grown Produce - The Aggregation and Distribution TableEvaluationDecember 2016Nick Stuber
Health Equity Efforts for the Bottineau Light Rail Transitway - Ripple Effect MappingEvaluationDecember 2016Amanda Hane
Promising Practices - Addressing Health Inequities in LGBTQ Communities - Tobacco-Free Policies at Minnesota Pride EventsEvaluationFebruary 2016Nick Stuber
Promising Practices - Ripple Effect MappingEvaluationFebruary 2016Nick Stuber
Promising Practices - Community Engagement to Advance Health Equity - Strategies and TipsEvaluationFebruary 2016Melanie Ferris
The Impact of Access to Healthy Food on Health Equity - Key Concepts and ResourcesOtherJanuary 2016Melanie Ferris
Advancing Health Equity - How Projects Funded by the HEiP Initiative are Working to Improve Health in Communities, SummaryEvaluationDecember 2015Melanie Ferris
Promising Practices - Breathe Free North - A Policy Approach to Limiting Youth Access to Tobacco ProductsEvaluationDecember 2015Lida Gilbertson
Advancing Health Equity - How Projects Funded by the HEiP Initiative are Working to Improve Health in Communities, ReportEvaluationOctober 2015Melanie Ferris
Results from the Ripple Effect Mapping Discussions Among Organizations Funded through the HEiP InitiativeEvaluationOctober 2015Amanda Hane
Advancing Health Equity through Policy - Healthier Options at Food Shelves, The Open Door's Healthy Food PolicyEvaluationSeptember 2015Nick Stuber
Promising Practices - Residents as Partners, Effective Advocacy for Sustainable Smoke-Free Multi-Unit Housing PoliciesEvaluationAugust 2015Melanie Ferris
Health Equity Assessments - A Brief ReviewLiterature ReviewJune 2015Melanie Ferris
Promising Practices - Promotores de Salud, Partners in Passing Policy ChangeEvaluationJune 2015Melanie Ferris
Results from a Ripple Effect Mapping Discussion of the American Indian Cancer Foundation's Health Equity WorkEvaluationJune 2015Nick Stuber
Results from a Ripple Effect Mapping Discussion of Hope Community's Community Engagement and Organizing WorkEvaluationJune 2015Laura Martell Kelly
Results from a Ripple Effect Mapping Discussion of the Open Door's Healthy Food Access WorkEvaluationMay 2015Nick Stuber
Results from a Ripple Effect Mapping Discussion of Appetite for Change's Fresh Corners ProjectEvaluationApril 2015Nick Stuber
Results from a Ripple Effect Mapping Discussion of Rainbow Health Initiative's Health Equity WorkEvaluationApril 2015Nick Stuber
Results from a Ripple Effect Mapping Discussion of Waite House's Work Under the Phillips Healthy Living InitiativeEvaluationMarch 2015Amanda Hane
Results from a Ripple Effect Mapping Discussion of CLUES' Work in the Twin Cities and Southeast Metropolitan AreasEvaluationMarch 2015Amanda Hane
Results from a Ripple Effect Mapping Discussion of Cycles for Change's Work in the Twin Cities Metropolitan AreaEvaluationFebruary 2015Amanda Hane
Results from a Ripple Effect Mapping Discussion of the Fair Food Access Campaign in the Lincoln Park Neighborhood of DuluthEvaluationFebruary 2015Nick Stuber
Results from a Ripple Effect Mapping Discussion of NorthPoint Health and Wellness' Tobacco Control Work in North MplsEvaluationJanuary 2015Melanie Ferris

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