The Institute for Diversity and Health Equity today released its fourth toolkit of the IFDHE Health Equity Resource Series, Community Partnerships: Strategies to Advance Health Equity. The new toolkit offers guidance to hospitals and health systems on how to build effective hospital-community partnerships based on where these organizations are on their health equity journey. The now-complete series of toolkits can be found here.

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