Addressing Emerging Prevention Issues: Building Strategic Partnerships to Improve Health Equity: Webinar
August 5, 2020
An integral part of prevention work is ensuring behavioral health equity, meaning that all members of a community have access to the same opportunities. Engaging partners who have relationships with under-represented groups is key to understanding and addressing prevention needs of these marginalized groups and therefore promoting health equity. This webinar explores how to recognize and build relationships with these critical partners and the overall role of partnership development in health equity.
Key Webinar Features
- Participants will have an opportunity to pose questions, discuss challenges, and connect with other prevention professionals.
- Participants will learn to cultivate and sustain strategic partnerships
- Discuss social determinants of behavioral health that influence work
Ivy Jones Turner - For over 20 years, Ivy has provided organizational capacity assistance on health promotion and prevention in substance abuse, suicide, violence, injury, and mental health with nonprofit and community-based organizations, state and faith-based agencies, and school districts. Her capacity building skills include program evaluation, training and technical assistance in program design and implementation, organizational development, partnerships/collaborations, and grant management. Ms. Jones Turner is a Certified Prevention Specialist and holds an MPA from Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government.
Debra Morris – Debra Gardner Morris, an expert in advanced training and technical assistance, is a lead training and technical assistance specialist for Prevention [email protected] She brings extensive experience in evidence-based prevention strategies, effective methods to address health promotion through an equity lens, school-based prevention, management of large national public health centers, and systems change. Nationwide, she provides coaching to engage and mobilize communities to implement environmental prevention strategies. Morris holds an MPH from Emory University focused on Behavioral Sciences and Health Education. She is a Master Certified Health Education Specialist (MCHES).