Webinars

October 24, 2017 3pm EDT

Improving Health through Equitable Economic Development and Strategic Partnerships

We know that good health goes beyond medical care and is influenced by economic opportunity, affordable housing, and quality education - all factors that communities can transform. Equitable economic development is a multifaceted and comprehensive approach to community transformation that advances equity when areas like displacement prevention, racial segregation, neighborhood disinvestment,...
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September 21, 2017 3pm EDT

Action Center Refresh: Communicate Guide

What you say and how you say it can motivate the right people to take the right action at the right time. We've put our favorite Communication tools together in one place to help you reach the people who influence your work. Our recently updated Communicate step includes guidance and tools to help you develop...
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June 30, 2015 3pm EDT

Take Action: Recognizing and Building on Assets

This webinar is part of the Take Action series, exploring how communities take action on the many factors that influence health. In this webinar, we will explore the benefits of an asset-based approach to building healthy communities. We will discuss how identifying and focusing on assets can enhance how people come together around a common cause. We will also highlight practical tools and...
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June 09, 2015 3pm EDT

Rankings in Action: Income

This webinar will explore income data included in the Rankings (children in poverty, income inequality) and Additional Measures (median household income, children eligible for free lunch) as well as some of the policies and programs from What Works for Health that communities can use to address income. We will also talk with Nicole Keenan, former Policy Director for Puget...
April 23, 2013 3pm EDT

Breaking Down the Rankings Model: Tobacco and Alcohol Use

Tobacco use and excessive drinking are both leading causes of preventable death in the United States. Over 20% or the US adult population currently smokes cigarettes and 15% of adults drink excessively. The burden of tobacco use and alcohol are taking a large toll on the health of our local communities throughout the United States.