Webinar

RE-ACT Podcast

This podcast by the Public Health Services and Systems Research (PHSSR) and the Public Health Practice-Based Research Networks (PHPBRN) presents an interview between Dr. Paul Halverson and Dr. Justeen Hyde, Co-Director of the Massachusetts Public Health Practice-Based Research Network (PBRN), discussing cross-jurisdictional sharing. The rationale for interest in CJS is discussed as are results from […]

Creating and Sharing Knowledge: Getting the Most from the Shared Services Learning Community (SSLC)

This video is a keynote presentation made during the Shared Services Learning Community Meeting on March 13, 2013, and emphasizes that a vibrant and synergistic learning community is built on its members’ active commitment to sharing knowledge, experiences and perspectives across different organizations and sectors. The speaker focuses on qualities of leadership, with the ability […]

Packaging Research for Policymakers

This RWJF Connect Policymaker Outreach webinar helps make the most of opportunities to inform the policy process by showing how to translate findings into policy-relevant materials that maintain the integrity of the research. Available online (password: Connect): http://www.rwjf.org/connect/webinars/packaging-research.html *Permission received to provide password (4/16/2014, rw).

Structuring a Site Visit

This RWJF Connect Policymaker Outreach webinar introduces grantees to a framework for thinking about how to structure a site visit that will engage policymakers in their work. It’s great if you can get to Washington and talk to your Senator, but many grantees won’t be able to do that. What you can do is reach […]

The Evolution of a Cross-Jurisdictional Sharing Arrangement: Michigan Community Dental Clinics’ Successful Approach to Oral Health

The Health Department of Northwest Michigan formed Dental Clinics North, a shared dental initiative, in 1999 for the six local health departments that make up the Northern Michigan Public Health Alliance. The goal of the cross-jurisdictional sharing (CJS) arrangement was to stabilize the delivery of oral health services to low-income people. By 2004, the size of […]