Training

Sharing information is one of the most effective ways we can work together to optimize women’s wellness in the Southeast. One of the ways we’re facilitating sharing is through our ongoing series of webinars. Sign up to receive notices about our live events. And click on any of the links below to view our archived webinars—focusing on issues from preconception to life planning to the impact of racism on women’s and infant’s health:

 

Webinars

"What about the Guys?" Men's Reproductive Health: Programmatic Strategies and Lessons Learned (June 23, 2015) Watch the webinar here. The slides can be accessed here.

"Who's Making the Decision?": Strategies for a Client-Centered Reproductive Life Plan (May 06, 2015) Watch the webinar here. The slides can be accessed here.

Innovative Technology for Preconception Care (May 21, 2014) Watch the webinar here. The slides can be accessed here. Please be patient with the momentary sound issues in the recording. The Gabby Project is currently recruiting African American females for their study nationwide. Visit the website for more information.

Peer Education to Promote Preconception Health and Reproductive Life Planning among Young Adults (Feb 26, 2014) Watch the webinar here. Please be patient with the momentary sound issues in the recording.

Closing the Black/White Gap in Infant Mortality: Ideas, Successes and Lessons Learned from the Wisconsin Life Course Initiative (Dec 4, 2013) Watch the webinar here. The slides can be accessed here. For a list of the Initiative's Guiding Principles click here. To learn about their 2013 funded projects click here. To read their community plans and learn more about the work please click here.

Connecting Women with Healthcare in the South: Overcoming Challenges and Leading the Way (Nov 19, 2013) Watch the webinar here.

Addressing Racism's Impact on Women's and Infant's Health: Lessons Learned from the Racial Healing Projects in Tennessee (October 30, 2013) Watch the webinar here.

Addressing the Impact of Racism on Disparities in Birth Outcomes: Successes and Lessons Learned from the Partnership to Eliminate Disparities in Infant Mortality (July 11, 2013) Watch the webinar here. The slides can be accessed here.  

Building a Life Course Approach to a Case Management Program (June 6, 2013) Watch the webinar here. The slides can be accessed here. To learn more about the Magnolia Project and the Northeast Florida Healthy Start Coalition, click here.

Collective Impact (Jan 23, 2013) Watch the webinar here. The slides can be accessed here. Click here for an article about Channeling Change. Liz Weaver has a great blog about collective impact and poverty reduction. Click here to read it. In April 2013 there was a gathering for community builders and change-makers to learn more about what leadership is needed to transform our communities. Click here to access the materials from that conference. Here are some additional resources: Road Map Indicators - Seattle and their common indicators report; FSG Community Foundation of Greater Cincinnati - Understanding the Value of Backbone Organizations in Collective Impact; Measuring Community Capacity Building

 

Women’s Integrated Systems for Health (WISH)

The WISH project, funded by HRSA MCH Bureau, was a partnership among the NC Institute for Public Health, the UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health, MCH Dept., and the UNC Center for Maternal and Infant Health/Every Woman Southeast. The project focused on promoting integrative community approaches to optimizing mental and physical health among adolescents and women of reproductive age. This was a multi-faceted project to build leadership capacity among public health, mental health, substance abuse, violence prevention and primary care in order to develop more holistic and integrated systems of care women. Below please find a 6-Part Series of training modules for this project. The modules may be accessed free of charge below. Prior to reviewing each module, participants will be asked to register with the training site and take a very brief pretest.

Module 1: Introduction to an Integrated Approach

Module 2: Defining the Challenge

Module 3: Principles and Frameworks Guiding the Integrated Approach

Module 4: Developing Evidence-Based Programs 

Module 5: Building and Supporting Partnerships and Community Engagement

Module 6: Bringing it All Together - An Integrated Approach