Daily Archives: March 2, 2018

Zero Discrimination also means quality care

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The following is a guest post by Katherine Andrinopoulos, PhD, MEASURE Evaluation, Tulane University This week, the United Nations observed Zero Discrimination Day, meant to promote equality before the law and in practice—including healthcare—throughout all member countries of the UN. In public health, we know that zero discrimination is essentially about fairness. It is fundamental […]