We use cultural mindsets to make sense of our world. They normalize–or problematize–certain aspects of the social order, shaping our decisions and actions. They become most apparent when they result in behaviors that, on the surface, don’t make a lot of sense. Why do working class Americans so frequently vote against their own best interests? Why is it so hard for Americans to support public policies that prevent public health disasters and save massive amounts of money? Culture.
Talking about children’s health in a cost of living crisis
This guide, produced for Impact on Urban Health and partners, sets out how to drive action on children’s health as we respond to the cost of living crisis in the UK.
Strengthening Youth Mental Health
Cultural mindsets complicate efforts to increase awareness of, build understanding on, and boost support for the systems reforms necessary to better support positive mental health and resilience...
Reframing the Conversation about Child and Adolescent Vaccinations
The purpose of this brief is to equip physicians, advocates, and public health communicators with the strategies necessary to effectively build understanding of and support for child and...