Home

Latest Discussions

  • Posted in: Members

    DeKalb County project: Your project sounds wonderful.  Good Luck! ------------------------------ Kitty Wallace Garden Coalition Tampa FL ------------------------------

  • Posted in: Members

    Thanks for this comprehensive response!  We have an entire portion of the Institute dedicated to community engagement but please don't hesitate to connect with me, individually, at any time to chat about community engagement strategies.   See you soon! ...

  • Posted in: Members

    Hey David, How are you preparing for the Institute? I'm actually spending a fair amount of my time drafting my impact report for internal review.  Going through this process has generated several questions that I will ask at the institute next week to ...

  • Posted in: Members

    Preparation for the Institute This year's HC&CC Institute in Nashville is just days away! The Institute, like its predecessors, is an opportunity for HC50 finalists to learn from subject matter experts and share experiences with their peers. Being the ...

  • Posted in: Members

    Durham and Cabarrus Counties, North Carolina: CHW Impact in Chronic Disease Self-Management * NEWS UPDATE:  Dr. Bradi Granger, Professor at the School of Nursing at Duke University and community health workers Tawanna Jackson and L'Tanya Gilchrist ...

  • Posted in: Members

    Policy Streams Political Scientist John W. Kingdon changed the way we articulate the policy process in his book, Agendas, Alternatives and Public Policies , first published in 1984. Kingdon describes the policy process as a contribution from three ...

  • Posted in: Members

    Community Spotlight Blair County, Pennsylvania: Active Living Blair County Get Active Blair County! 1. What are some of the greatest health challenges that the members in your community face? Our County residents are dealing with high ...

  • Posted in: Members

    Perception of Community and Community Project Whether it's trails in Washington, food trucks in Illinois or summer camps in Connecticut, one goal remains the same: Building community trust. Trust can take years to establish and only seconds to lose. ...

Community Spotlight

CHW Impact in Chronic Disease Self-Management
serene gardens

Upcoming Events

The Health Buzz Blog

Discussion Questions

The Discussion Questions Thread covers a range of topics including community engagement, healthy behaviors, built environment and more. If you have any additional questions or answers, respond to the question directly or email us at HCCC@apha.org.

Members

Need Help? Watch the demo to get started!

Welcome! Take some time and Introduce Yourself Here!

Most Active Members