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Collective impact, health equity and public health
Thursday, September 28, 2017 10:00:00 AM PDT - 12:30:00 PM PDT
Join us for a discussion of how participating in a collective impact initiative can deepen public health’s commitment to community engagement and health equity.

This webinar will be of interest to anyone looking to learn more about working with community to make change; however, we recommend you read Collective Impact 3.0 from the Tamarack Institute before attending, or watch the video in which Liz Weaver and Mark Cabaj share their insights about the evolution of collective impact and what it will take to get to transformative community change.

We also welcome you to review the recent NCCDH publication on this topic, which covers stories of the Vancouver Island Child and Youth Health Network and London, Ontario’s Child & Youth Health Network.

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Karen Fish, Facilitator


BJ, MA | English, French

Karen has worked for twenty-plus years as a researcher, writer, and editor specializing in health, science, and science and society issues. 


Petra Chambers-Sinclair, Guest advisor

Collective impact consultant and former coordinator of the Child and Youth Health Network of Vancouver Island. 


Louis Sorin, Guest advisor

Chair of the NCCDH Advisory Board and CEO of End Homelessness Winnipeg.


Hannah Moffatt, Guest advisor

Population Health Equity Initiatives Leader,
Winnipeg Regional Health Authority

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