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If we want to create a healthier America, we are going to have to work together.
Health advocates achieve change more effectively by working together across local, state and national lines. Online resources can help them come together — but with so many different resources out there, which are the most useful?
On a July 17 webinar, a panel of experts will share how they are collaborating to improve health on a local, state and national level. Speakers will provide examples of how they’ve collaborated on successful advocacy efforts and offer perspectives from local, state and national levels.
Join PreventObesity.net for a webinar discussion on July 17.
What's Working in Collaboration for Community Health
When: July 17, 2012
Time: 2:00 - 3:00 pm Eastern
PreventObesity.net is hosting an informative and interactive session on using online resources to effectively collaborate to create change.
Facilitated by Monte Roulier of Community Initiatives, this 60-minute webinar will explain the basics of collaboration and offer tips for reaching out to others working on community health issues. The webinar will take collaboration to the next level and discuss ways you can build on limited resources available to people working in community health.
The event is open to all; please forward this opportunity to your own lists.
Join the conversation on Twitter! Livetweet with us before, during and after the webinar using the hashtag #C4CH
Monte Roulier, Community Initiatives
Rebecca Frank, PreventObesity.net
Ingrid Morris, NC Prevention Partners
Shawna Kelsch, Reduce Obesity in Central Florida Kids (ROCK)
Taslim van Hattum, Louisiana Public Health Institute