March 27, 2020
About the Presentation:
Closures resulting from COVID-19 have created a need for adaptation and innovation among the prevention workforce. Quickly shifting your entire practice to a virtual setting is not a simple task, and this online event provides an opportunity for prevention workers to share insights and suggestions regarding how to continue delivering effective and engaging prevention efforts to stakeholders, community members, and youth. Webinar participants also acknowledge and address challenges inherent to remote interactions and highlight topics of interest for prevention workers during the COVID-19 crisis.
Key Discussion Questions:
What prevention activities can and should continue under the current circumstances?
How can you use social media to get your prevention messages out?
What are best practices for working in the virtual space?
What innovative steps are you taking to move your prevention work online?
Jessica Goldberg - is a training and technical assistance specialist with nearly a decade of supporting prevention efforts at the national, state, regional and local levels, as well as an accomplished designer and deliverer of in-person and virtual trainings that address topics ranging from collaboration across health sectors to identifying and addressing health disparities. Her past experience includes serving as a community health specialist with the Massachusetts state technical assistance system, supporting communities in needs assessment, strategic planning and creating logic models to guide change efforts, and then with the Center for the Application for Prevention Technologies or CAPT.
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.