How Do You Get People To Do Things? You Package It.

WHO framework to understand SDOH

I’ve been researching (again) about social determinants of health, which are now easily referred to as SDOH (first part of the package). I watched a video about the Wonder Women of Indonesia who are empowering families with skills to use clean energy technology — they packaged it. I started thinking about how we as Americans have it so easy with our clean, drinkable water. Then I thought about how…

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USC Master of Public Health, gerontologist, kinesiologist, writer focusing on the dimensions of wellness, targeting self-care for family caregivers.

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