Cross-sector collaboration is a term used to describe a process where various community organizations come together to collectively focus their expertise and resources on a complex issue of importance to a community they serve. Improving the health of your community requires that the public health department, health care institutions, and other community stakeholders providing health and health-related services break out of their comfort zones and work collaboratively. Join experts from the Public Health Foundation for this interactive webinar to learn what it takes to build a successful cross-sector collaborative.
In this webinar, cross-sector collaboration experts from the Public Health Foundation (PHF) will discuss:
- Why many organizations are partnering now to achieve shared objectives
- Tools you can use to build and sustain a cross-sector collaboration
- Examples of cross-sector collaborations and their impact on the community
- Resources to help you address common community health challenges
Webinar speakers will also answer your questions during the program. Submit a question in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Questions? Contact Russ Rubin.