Community Engagement

Partnership Develops Ambitious Public Health Policies on Sugar, Alcohol and Children’s Dental Health

By Laura Kurtzman via UCSF.edu

UC San Francisco has worked strategically with community partners in the San Francisco Health Improvement Partnership (SFHIP) to enact high-impact policies, such as banning sugar-sweetened beverages from hospitals, to improve public health and reduce health inequities in the city, according to a new article published by the organization.

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Dave Lieberman fills his water bottle at a water bottle filling station in Millberry Union at UCSF's Parnassus campus
Dave Lieberman, a field mechanic at Scoot Networks, fills his water bottle at a water bottle r

San Francisco Health Improvement Partnership Unveils Results of Community Needs Assessment

The Honorable Edwin Lee (right), mayor of the City and County of San Francisco, introduces Warren Browner, MD, MPH, chair of the San Francisco section of the Hospital Council of Northern and Central California, at the 2016 SFHIP Community Health Needs Assessment breakfast on September 27, 2016.
The Honorable Edwin Lee (right), mayor of the City and County of San Francisco, introduces Warren Browner, MD, MPH, chair of the San Francisco section of the Hospital Counc

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