Two new grant opportunities are being funded by UW-Madison’s Wisconsin Partnership Program with the goal of improving health equity in the state
As part of the UW School of Medicine and Public Health, the program will focus on measures of health that are more social than medical: income, employment, education, nutrition, housing and others.
“Our new grant programs bring a very intentional and strong health equity focus to our work, and our hope is to help support communities as they tackle the challenging issues around health equity,” said Dr. Patrick Remington, chair of the Partnership’s Oversight and Advisory Committee and associate dean of public health at the UW School of Medicine and Public Health.
The new grants programs are called the Community Catalyst Grant Program and the Community Collaboration Grant Program.
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