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How has your understanding of health equity and social justice changed?

In this article, the STRIPE team asks learners to evaluate this question and discuss with other learners based on what they have learned (Step 5.7)
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Revisit the discussion on ‘misconceptions and preconceptions about health equity and social justice’, you and others discussed in the first section of this lecture, Welcome to Health Equity and Social Justice. Compare this to the ideas discussed throughout the lecture.

How has your understanding changed / developed? Did any of your preconceptions turn out to be true or were any particularly wrong?
How will this knowledge inform your work going forward?

Post your thoughts in the discussion.

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