Exploring the Infrastructure of Multisector Community Health Partnerships: A Workshop
The Roundtable on Population Health Improvement held a 1-day public workshop on December 8, 2016, Exploring the Infrastructure of Multisector Community Health Partnerships. At this workshop, participants discussed a range of partnerships that genuinely and equitably engage community residents and other stakeholders in improving community health and well-being. Speakers from rural and urban areas of the U.S. shared their stories and expertise as participants work in collaboration to identify through interactive sessions the factors needed to build successful and sustainable multisector partnerships that have a lasting influence on the conditions that contribute to community well-being. Workshop participants included representatives of multisector partnerships in Salinas, Richmond, and Oakland, California; Louisville, Kentucky; North Saint Louis, Missouri; the Columbia Gorge Region of Oregon and Washington; and Algoma, Wisconsin.
A list of background videos can be found below and a .pdf of the resource list is located under "Meeting Attachments".
Below is a list of links to external videos that can serve as background resources for the workshop.1
Health Happens Here. 2016. Anatomy of a Win: Prevention (iVota).
Holliday, J. 2016. Live Algoma: A health initiative.
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. 2016. Columbia Gorge Hears from Everyone on Health: A deeper look.
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. 2016. Louisville’s Focus on Health Equity: A Deeper Look.
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. 2016. Missouri’s 24:1 Community Comes Together for Health: A Deeper Look. 2016.
RYSE Center. 2015. Listening for a Change: Partnership.
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