Review of Existing Environmental Justice and Health Equity Curricula


 In 2017, the Community Outreach and Engagement Core of the University of Michigan Lifestage Environmental Exposures and Disease (MLEEaD) Center and the University of California, Davis Environmental Health Sciences Core Center, with funding from the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, collaborated to develop an environmental justice and health equity curriculum to strengthen the capacity of academic and community partners to work together to promote innovative and impactful environmental health research. The team identified 10 content areas within 5 categories that would comprise an effective curriculum, and then identified existing training material in each content area; these are documented in the matrix below. 



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