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Using Network Analysis to Design Better Health Systems

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KU-9_bgM1Gc This webinar will explore how network evaluation & analysis can be used to aid in the process of designing better health systems at the organizational level. Three key considerations will be discussed: 1) diversity of participants, 2) equity in governance, and 3) centrality of

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Webinar: Cross-Sector Community Network Evaluations: Stories of Success Using the Partner Tool

https://www.youtube.com/embed/no7Q_Ng1fG0 Presenters: Blythe Butler, First 2000 Days Network & Jennifer Marshall, Florida’s Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting Program Hear from a panel of experienced community network evaluators on how they adopted and implemented the social network analysis tool, PARTNER, to evaluate the relationships

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Webinar: Network Evaluation Using the Partner Tool

https://www.youtube.com/embed/E48V_i5D0M8 Presenter: Danielle Varda, Visible Network Labs As more organizations and communities collaborate, measuring, evaluating, and using data from community networks can be a challenging endeavor. A novel yet growing approach is the use of Social Network Analysis (SNA) to assess the quality and quantity

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Webinar: Building Resilient Community Networks in Challenging Times

https://www.youtube.com/embed/piEBg1y24sU Presenter: Jenna Bannon, Denver’s Early Childhood Council When the Rules Don’t Apply: There is an art and science to building a network. But what happens when what you think you know about networks is challenged by things you haven’t considered? Join the Center on

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Webinar: Collaboration Launchpad: Sparking your Network’s Connections

https://www.youtube.com/embed/Ex3YlE4EmYcCollaboration Launchpad: Sparking your Network’s Connections. The first step to forming a network is getting the right people in the room. The second step is to get them talking to one another. Join Katie Edwards, Executive Director, of the Nonprofit Centers Network, as she shares

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Webinar: Mixed Method Approach to Assess a Network Intervention of Public & Private Sector Partners: The Example of Million Hearts

https://www.youtube.com/embed/_t5luYMsB0AMore and more a “network intervention” is the chosen approach for addressing complex public health issues. This webinar will provide an example of network intervention by highlighting the Million Hearts Initiative’s (MHI), an initiative of the Center for Disease Control and Prevention and Center for

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Webinar: How to Facilitate Effective Discussions with Groups of Diverse Stakeholders

https://www.youtube.com/embed/jhVYE9a50Dw Presenter: Kap Wilkes, Director of Program Development, National Rural Health Resource Center More and more organizations, groups, and industries are recognizing that complex issues can’t be addressed from one direction alone. To achieve sustainable outcomes, representatives of diverse stakeholder groups are coming together in

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Webinar: A Network Approach to Fostering Empowerment, Leadership & Innovation within Public Sector Agencies

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gMfzBi0D3II As the pace of change accelerates globally, institutions designed to function in simpler times are strained. As task complexities increase, budgets are being simultaneously trimmed and public sector employees are increasingly taking on more work. Often this tendency to “do more with less” comes

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Webinar: Using Network Analysis to Evaluate Early Childhood Systems of Care

https://www.youtube.com/embed/8cM4dSktjUcJoin this webinar to learn about using social network analysis to better understand, leverage, and evaluate organizations collaborating together. SAMHSA’s (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration) Project LAUNCH sites are pioneering new ways to promote young children’s wellness by funding states and tribes to

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Webinar: Network Knowledge Mapping: Mapping the Known, Discovering the Unknown

https://www.youtube.com/embed/-15wyiyaiZQNetworked organizations have tremendous potential for tackling complex problems and achieving ambitious goals. They also face great difficulties in coordinating their efforts and providing evidence to show their shared success. Creating a “knowledge map” can help you make the case for your important work. Knowledge

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