Webinars

Creating Effective Community Partnerships to Build a Culture of Health

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Hospitals and communities are increasingly recognizing the importance of effective partnerships when building healthier communities and promoting a Culture of Health. This webinar, a preview of an HPOE guide, features key findings from interviews conducted with hospital and community leaders as part of a grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Find out about best practices in identifying community needs and partners, sustainable partnership structures, partnership assessment and recommendations for overcoming obstacles and challenges. 

Speakers:

  • Amy Slonim, Senior Program Officer, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
  • Michelle J. Lyn, Assistant Professor and Chief, Division of Community Health, Duke Health
  • Gayle B. Harris, Public Health Director and General Manager for Community Well-being, Durham County Department of Public Health
  • Leann Tobin, Director of Marketing and Public Relations, Montrose Memorial Hospital
  • Jessica Beller, EdD Director of Instructional Services for Montrose County School District
  • Heather Jorna, Vice President for Health Care Innovation, Health Research & Educational Trust

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