Announcing the 2021 Public Health Learning Agenda Toolkit Pilot Testers

The Public Health Learning Agenda Design Team is excited to announce the organizations selected to pilot test the first version of the Public Health Learning Agenda Toolkit. This group of 26 teams represents governmental public health agencies, higher education, and other health-related organizations from around the country. The testers completed a kick-off webinar on June 17, and will spend the next two months simulating the development of their own learning agenda and giving feedback about what else is needed to facilitate organizational learning for complex systems changes. Some of the community challenges they will be considering are substance use disorder, lack of health care services, food security, building vaccine confidence, social isolation, and more. Thank you to everyone who applied and congratulations to those who were selected. Stay tuned for the pilot test results and the next steps for the toolkit later this year. Questions? Contact Cassidy Walter, Project Coordinator ([email protected]).

  1. American Academy of Pediatrics
  2. Arizona Department of Health Services
  3. Black Hawk County Health Department
  4. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
  5. Colorado Department of Public health and Environment
  6. Florida Department of Health in Escambia County
  7. Healthy Communities of the Capital Area
  8. Hmong Public Health Organization
  9. Impactivo, LLC.
  10. Johnson County Department of Health & Environment
  11. Kentucky Dept. for Public Health
  12. Laramie County Community Partnership
  13. Louisiana Office of Public Health
  14. Maine Public Health Association
  15. Mississippi State Department of Health
  16. Montana Public Health Training Center
  17. Ohio Association of Community Health Centers
  18. Oral Health Progress and Equity Network
  19. Oregon Health Authority – Public Health Division
  20. Oregon State University, College of Public Health and Human Sciences, Extension Family and Community Health
  21. Rhode Island Parent Information Network (RIPIN)
  22. South Dakota Department of Health
  23. Temple University College of Public Health
  24. Tennessee Department of Health
  25. The Boggs Center on Developmental Disabilities
  26. UNC MCH Workforce Development Center

Share:

Share on linkedin
LinkedIn
Share on twitter
Twitter
Share on facebook
Facebook

Download The Public Health Learning Agenda

Facilitate deeper, more robust stages of learning that can increasingly impact systems change

How Can We Help?

Have a question? Something not working quite right?
Let us know and we’ll get back to you ASAP!

Name(Required)