As I have had the opportunity to dedicate more time and energy in the digital health promotion space, it has become increasingly evident that improved health education will drive improved health outcomes. The reasons are self evident — more informed people will make better health choices and their health outcomes will improve. This was the driving force that led to the creation of the Stanford Center for Health Education, in which the Digital Medic program exists.
Our 2020 Program Summary summarizes the breadth of our programs, the types of learners reached, and our strategy for measuring success, continuing our expansion, and assuring sustainability. We are grateful for the support of our donors, the collaborations with local NGOs and governmental agencies, and the health workers who serve their local communities.Dr. Charles Prober
Founding Executive Director of the Stanford Center for Health Education
Our 2020 Program Summary
May 7, 2020