The Gross Domestic Potential (GDP2) Project is a collaborative effort among the UCLA Center for Healthier Children, Families, and Communities, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP), and the RAND Corporation to measure health, wellbeing and equity in the United States. This work is a two-fold innovation that will help families, researchers, providers, and policymakers reconsider both what is possible in terms of cultivating human potential and how those more ambitious goals can be achieved: 1) To measure human potential, and 2) to measure the opportunities that are known to contribute to that potential.
GDP2 will be:
UCLA CENTER FOR HEALTHIER CHILDREN,
FAMILIES & COMMUNITIES
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