26Jun

Through innovative models across BC, health authorities have been collaborating with local governments to support health and well-being in local policy-making, planning, programming and partnerships. This webinar and online dialogue explores the opportunities, challenges and lessons we are learning through this work.

ABOUT THIS SESSION:

With rising chronic disease rates in BC, health promotion and prevention is increasingly focused on creating conditions for health and well-being at a community level. Through innovative models across BC, health authorities have been collaborating with local governments to support health and well-being in local policy-making, planning, programming and partnerships. This webinar and online dialogue explores the opportunities, challenges and lessons we are learning through this work.

SET-UP INFORMATION:

Dial-In Information: 1.866.512.0904
Participant Code:  7435543

 

THROUGH THIS WEBINAR:

  • EXPLORE different approaches BC’s health authorities are taking to work with local governments to put health and well-being on their agenda;
  • IDENTIFY what in our various healthy communities initiatives has been challenging, what has been successful, and why?
  • DISCOVER shared challenges, promising practices and potential strategies;
  • DIALOGUE with other staff across BC health authorities who are engaged in healthy communities work.

WHO SHOULD PARTICIPATE?

Health authority staff who are:

  • Engaged in healthy communities work
  • Partnering with local governments
  • Interested in health promotion at the community level

PRESENTERS:

  • Sabrina Dosanjh/Theresa Healy - Northern Health
  • Jami Brown - Fraser Health
  • Analisa Blake - Vancouver Island Health
  • Claire Gram - Vancouver Coastal Health
  • Betty Brown - Interior Health 
To learn more about the presenters please read their bio HERE


WEBINAR RECORDING:

To watch the webinar recording please click HERE


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