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Diverse Partnerships Transform Health: Participative Planning

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Community-Based Primary Healthcare Working Group Pre-Conference Workshop

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Solutions for complex community health challenges are most powerful and relevant when they are designed with input from many complementary partners. Join us for this year’s Community-Based Primary Health Care pre-conference workshop as we explore promising practices for strategically involving many diverse voices in the community-based transformation process. We will learn from powerful global partnerships that transformed community health with the input of many voices, stakeholders and partners with an emphasis on the active involvement of the most important partners- community members.

  1. Describe three common stages of community-based primary health care initiatives: 1) partnership design, 2) pilot testing, and 3) products (transformative impact).
  2. Explain how involving the expertise of diverse partners uniquely strengthens community-based health initiatives
  3. Illustrate promising approaches to forming, engaging and leveraging diverse partner input to support CBPHC initiatives
  4. Develop concrete partnership-building skills specific to your CBPHC career stage

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Organizer APHA CBPHC Working Group - International Health

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Our mission is to provide a multidisciplinary forum for scientific and public exchanges of knowledge and views on international and global health issues; collaborate with those within APHA whose interests intersect with global health; advocate for key global health issues within the Association and at various levels of government; serve as advocates for the development and recognition of technically, scientifically and politically sound approaches to global health problems; and mobilize interest and encourage debate among professionals and the public on global health issues.

Lanice Williams

lanice.williams@gmail.com

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