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Webinar: Implementing Community Strategies for Engagement & Sustainability to Advance Health Equity
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When: Wednesday, June 22, 2016
2:00-3:30 PM ET
Where: United States
Contact: TACTIC Team

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CDC’s Division of Community Health (DCH) is pleased to announce the following webinar in our series:
Implementing Community Strategies for Engagement and Sustainability to Advance Health Equity.

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This webinar will provide strategies on tailoring community health initiatives to address health inequities and enhance sustainability, including how to practice authentic community engagement. Presenters will share steps for identifying and overcoming barriers and unintended consequences that priority populations may face from community interventions. Presenters will also share tips for keeping health equity at the forefront of decision-making among stakeholders.

Learning Objectives
By the end of the webinar, participants should be able to:
• Explain how authentic community engagement strategies are established and maintained to benefit priority populations
• Describe unintended consequences that may be experienced by priority populations
• Ensure that health equity is at the forefront of designing and planning community health initiatives

• Pattie Tucker, Acting Associate Director for Health Equity, Division of Community Health, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
• Dalila Butler, Associate Director, PolicyLink, Center for Health Equity and Place
• Alisha Brown, Vice President, Stapleton Foundation for Sustainable Urban Communities, Director, be well Health and Wellness Initiative
• Charmaine Ruddock, Project Director, Bronx Health REACH, Institute for Family Health (IOFH)

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