Health isn’t just shaped by hospitals and physician’s offices. It starts in our homes, schools, and communities. From the walkability of our neighborhoods to the availability of affordable and nutritious food, our health is shaped by our access and opportunity as much as it is shaped by our personal decisions. Equity of that access is a universal human right and a goal we should strive for in designing all policy.
Justin Morgan is a research assistant in the Health Policy Center at the Urban Institute. He joins Urban from American University, where he graduated with a degree in public health and was a Frederick Douglass distinguished scholar, honors student, and the inaugural president of the American University Public Health Association.
Research AreasHealth and Health Policy
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