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18. Building the Capacity of Networks to Drive System Change

Tuesday, May 7, 2019, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PMOmni Atlanta Hotel, North Tower, M2, International Ballroom A

Effective interventions require an investment in relationships, whether that is engaging with a community, forming a network, or building a coalition. This interactive session will highlight new tools for system-based approaches for community-based prevention and case studies of effective coalitions and networks that support health equity, active living, and healthy eating.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Describe the value of utilizing systems thinking in SPAN, HOP and REACH efforts.
  2. Articulate examples of cross-sector collaboration to improve the food system.
  3. Practice applying a tool for creating more effective and meaningful collaboration.



    Kim Lane, PhD, RDN, Health Education Specialist, DNPAO, CDC

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