8:30 – 10:00 a.m., each day
Registration deadline: June 2nd
This course will be conducted via a virtual Zoom meeting format and Canvas. Access to a computer/laptop with internet access is required. Please contact Professional Development with any questions.
15 CEUs/CPH units (7.5 live, 7.5 self-paced)
Caren Bacon, MPH
Project Coordinator, Center for Public Health Systems Science
By definition, public health and social service professionals work in a context of other individuals and organizations; partners and stakeholders play an important role in the development, implementation, and success of our programs and services.
Strategically thinking through partner engagement early and often will allow you to identify the best opportunities for collaboration within and across organizations. In this course, we will develop an understanding of why collaboration is important, explore how to engage partners in meaningful collaboration, and develop a collaboration plan. Practical tools will be shared to help you maximize your effectiveness at working with others to identify and achieve shared goals.
The class will consist of daily live Zoom webinars from 8:30 – 10:00 a.m. (Central Time), and additional course material in Canvas.
Class size is limited to 25.
$650 General admission
$450 Non-profit/government employees (1st Summer Institute class)
$400 Non-profit/government employees (Additional Summer Institute classes)
This class will include both degree-seeking graduate students and practicing professionals. Individuals registering through Professional Development will receive continuing education units – but not academic credit – for the class.
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About the Instructor:
Caren Bacon is a Project Coordinator in the Center for Public Health Systems Science at Washington University in St. Louis. She facilitates workshops and webinars on sustainability assessment and planning, and provides technical assistance and training for sustaintool.org. Caren’s research interests also include evaluation and health policy.