Monday, Jan 29, 2018

Join the Learning Community for Webinar Wednesdays

Starting in February


Thinking about Community Level Work
Presenter: Dr. Barbara Mooney
Wednesday, February 7, 2018: 2pm ET
The Community Action Network has long acknowledged the importance of addressing needs at both the individual and family level to help improve personal situations, and to combat the causes and conditions of poverty. The new CSBG Annual Report and revised Community NPIs now allows for better tracking of community level work. This raises some questions about how your agency may rethink the approach to the work it will do. So, what does your agency need to know to consider or enhance community level work?  Join the Results at the Community Level Learning Community to explore the criteria of community level work.  An agency example, as well as the release of a new publication, Thinking about Community Level Work, will be shared.  


Setting the Stage for a Data-Centered Organization
Presenter: Dr. Barbara Mooney
Wednesday, February 14, 2018: 2pm ET
Join the Cultivating Data-Centered Organizations Learning Community to explore the elements of a data-centered organization and the various roles of data in the agency. This webinar will begin with a discussion about the importance of understanding your current data collection processes and include a way for you to compare your processes with those agencies that have begun to establish a data-centered organization. The discussion will include a critical reflection of an agency's own understanding of why data is collected.  Next steps will be considering data storage, aggregation, analysis, and how data can be used to increase agency capacity to achieve results.


Screening for Social Determinants of Health: A Practical Conversation
Presenter: Dr. Dayna Long
Wednesday, February 21, 2018: 2pm ET
Join the Health Intersections Learning Community for a practical conversation on screening for the social determinants of health during assessment. Dr. Dayna Long, pediatrician at UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital Oakland, will share content and lead a discussion on who should conduct the assessment or screening, where it takes place, what questions to ask, how to ask the questions, and ways to collect the data.


Gathering Community Data on the Social Determinants of Health & Poverty
Presenters: Community Commons and County Health Rankings & Roadmaps
Wednesday, February 28, 2018: 2pm ET
Join this open learning community event to explore online tools and resources, such as Community Commons and County Health Rankings & Roadmaps, to collect community data on the social determinants of health & poverty. For an introduction to each site, please access the following videos: 


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