Becoming Strategic: Finding Leverage Over the Social and Economic Determinants of Health

This article presents examples of how strategic thinking evolved in a sample of health conversion foundations as they determined how they would address various social determinants of health. The article also considers how a foundation can develop a strategic pathway that fits with its mission, values, philosophy, resources, and sphere of influence. 


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Publication/Event Date:

March 2018


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Authors(s):

Douglas Easterling, Laura McDuffee


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Strategic Philanthropy

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