Douglas Jutte, MD, MPH
Douglas Jutte is a pediatrician and population health researcher. His research interests focus on the impact of social determinants of health on children’s medical, psychosocial and educational outcomes over the life course.
Dr. Jutte is an assistant professor at UC Berkeley’s School of Public Health in the UC Berkeley-UCSF Joint Medical Program and is associate director of the master’s degree program in Health and Medical Sciences.
As an adjunct scientist with the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy in Winnipeg, Canada, he collaborates with colleagues there to utilize their unique population health database for child health research. Working with the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, Dr. Jutte has spearheaded a series of regional and national meetings bringing together the community development and public health sectors to encourage greater collaboration and enhance their joint efforts to address important social determinants of health.
Dr. Jutte received his MD from Harvard and completed his pediatric residency at Stanford; he also has an MPH from Berkeley and a BA from Cornell University. His post-doctoral research training at UCSF was through the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health & Society Scholars program. He continues to work clinically as a neonatal hospitalist at a local community hospital.
Healthy Communities Literature and Case Study Scan
Funded by The Colorado Health Foundation, this healthy communities literature and case study scan is to understand how municipalities, nonprofit organizations and philanthropic foundations are working to make communities healthier places for their residents.
Multisector Leaders for Health
Build Healthy Places Network will serve as a strategic partner and support the National Collaborative for Health Equity and CommonHealth Action in the development and implementation of a national Multi-sector Leaders for Health program funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.