As the evidence grows around the impact of place in determining health outcomes, more and more initiates are designed around a place rather than a specific health issue. This signals a shift in the field and an opportunity revisit how prevention efforts are linked to their communities. Join us to explore how sexual and domestic violence practitioners are adapting by facilitating strategies defined and led by community.
Wednesday, August 15, 2012
REPEATED: Thursday, August 16, 2012
Host: David Lee, CALCASA, PreventConnect
Presenters: Annie Lyles and Carolina Guzman, Prevention Institute
- Aldo Seoane, Outreach Facilitation Specialist, Charging Buffalo Society
- Rosa Maria Gonzalez-Guarda, Assistant Professor, School of Nursing & Health Studies at University of Miami
- Karen Artichoker, Consultant, Indigenous Women’s Justice Institute
|Aldo Seoane||Rosa Maria
- Slides [PDF]
- Additional materials from Karen Artichoker [PDF]
- Recording [Click here for August 15 Recording]
- Recording [Click here for August 16 Recording]
- Engage in a candid discussion about the challenges and opportunities in developing partnerships and dynamic collaboration.
- Provide examples of lessons learned from people and agencies with experience.
- Identify opportunities to incorporate population-based efforts such as organizational practice and policy change within the collaboration.
- Identify potential indicators for measuring the impact and outcomes of efforts.