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Why Do Americans Mistrust Science? | Opinion

Science makes our lives better, safer, and longer. Why do so many Americans distrust it?

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Excessive Alcohol Use and Health Equity

Communicating to the public about health hazards in ways that promote health equity is a core public health function. When it comes to talking about the harms related to alcohol consumption in the...

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Navigating Cultural Mindsets of Race and Place in the United States

The places where we live shape our lives. Structural racism has shaped and continues to shape where and how Americans live.

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The Terrain of Spatial Justice

Racism is built into places. It shapes who can live where, how resources are distributed, who gets a say over what happens in places, and more. Places in the United States reflect, perpetuate, and...

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Supreme Distrust: How ‘System-Is-Rigged’ Thinking Implicates the Court

“Stop the steal.” “Tax the rich.” “Drain the swamp.” We have become inured to ideological taglines. But if we pause and reflect on the nature of these catch phrases, it becomes clear...

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Caroline Marks

Senior Research Operations Manager

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Boosting Public Discourse: Reframing Childhood Immunization

Find guidance and resources to advocate for expanding access to childhood and adolescent vaccination.

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Changing the Narrative Together: Three Effective Strategies for Talking about Youth Mental Health

Three cultural mindsets are currently influencing perceptions about—and limiting action on— youth mental health: Individualism, Fatalism, and Otherism. We need a new narrative that makes it...

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Explaining the Social Determinants of Health

Here are helpful things to keep in mind when you’re trying to explain why some demographic groups experience better or worse health outcomes than others.

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Talking about Health Equity

Here are three sample definitions that use the phrases “fair and full” or “fair and just,” which can complement or replace the word equity.

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Framing with Data

Here are a few framing guidelines to keep in mind when you are using numbers.

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Building Family Confidence in the COVID-19 Vaccine: Framing Strategies for School Nurses

This toolkit offers evidence-based tips and techniques to support more productive conversations and communications about getting kids vaccinated.