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In this module, we will give you an overview of policy, systems and environmental change strategies, why they are important and how to get started.
This webinar provides an introduction to best practices for how health advocates can implement PSE approaches and presents inspiring case studies.
This guide is the result of several years of collaboration between the Comprehensive Cancer Control National Partners and select CCC Program PSE demonstration projects. The purpose of this guide is to provide models and tools to assist you with planning and implementing your PSE agenda.
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An outline and resources to help you understand why PSE change is important, your role in the change process, and how to affect that change.
This virtual workshop will provide you with strategies and techniques to help you keep your meetings on point, engaging, and action-oriented. It will feature a blend of instruction and practice work in small groups, so come ready to participate!
Explore how the design and structure of a coalition can support success. Join us as our panelists share the blueprints for their coalitions' organization, and how it's helping them meet their goals.
Get an overview and learn the principles of community engagement, including recruitment, meeting design, decision-making strategies, and retention.
This series aims to support experienced coalition leaders by addressing the complex issues that occur during the process of managing coalitions.
Come together with colleagues who are managing, leading, or supporting coalitions in their community. We will explore successes, challenges, ideas, and solutions for building effective coalitions that create and sustain lasting change.
In this webinar we will explore the benefits of engaging young people, introducing ideas of sharing power, and what that looks like. We will also discuss adultism and how to avoid the common errors that lead to ineffective engagement. You will leave this learning event better able to be an advocate for and alongside youth.
During this seven-week course, participants will be expected to critically analyze how power, privilege, and oppression operate in their own lives and participate in conversations regarding how they can disrupt systems of power that oppress young people. This course will offer a mix of critical reflection, skill-building, applied practice, and tools and resources that will enable participants to be an advocate for and with youth.
This course will help familiarize you with the role of policy in public health. It will also help to foster a common understanding of what policy is and a process by which it is conceptualized and developed.The 90-minute course, designed for public health practitioners, introduces the learner to the CDC policy process and provides specific instruction on the policy analysis component of the process.
In this module/virtual workshop, you will learn the steps and criterion involved in writing an issue statement, combining data and conversations with stakeholders to identify the root cause of a problem and articulate how the issue is impacting the community.
These trainings will focus on types of economic evaluations and how they can inform decision-making regarding public health interventions. Participants will become familiar with common economic evaluation terms and the steps involved in conducting an economic evaluation.
In this training, participants will delve into the “how” of bringing about change – namely through identifying the decision-makers who can make the change and how to influence those decision-makers through an understanding of change management, communication strategies, and power-building tactics.
In this online module, participants will explore effective strategies for communicating evidence to decision-makers and acquire tools and resources to create and disseminate messages about evidence-based solutions on different platforms for diverse audiences.
This session covers techniques and tools for direct action organizing related to policy change.
This self-paced, interactive module prepares public health professionals working in state and local health departments to develop or support food policy changes in their communities to encourage healthy food systems.
This training details tobacco, alcohol, and food corporate strategies that can have harmful affects on population health and also provides timely and relevant examples of health departments that have used research, advocacy, and education to tackle these industry tactics and advance a public health agenda.
This module details how raising the minimum wage is a public health issue and provides a case study of one health department that used research, communication, and advocacy to influence low wages.