Partnering with Communities to Improve Health Outcomes
COVID-19 and new attention to the effects of structural racism have reinforced that Partnering with Communities to Improve Health Outcomes is more important than ever for health care leaders.
The complexity of health and social problems today requires leaders to work closely with their communities to develop multi-sector strategies to innovate and implement evidence-based solutions. The College for Behavioral Health Leadership (CBHL) offers a place for cross-sector leaders to come together to engage in learning from community initiatives around the country.
Thus, it is with great enthusiasm we announce our 2020 signature offering will be going virtual in a new and exciting format this year. The 2020 Un-Summit: A Leadership Forum is a 9-week series of live, interactive and on-demand events held September 24 through November 19, 2020.
The Un-Summit is a robust virtual learning package designed for busy leaders to learn together, develop new connections and build resilience as we tackle the most pressing issues facing the health of our communities today. The Un-Summit will be dynamic, interactive and flexible to spur bold ideas and actions to tackle the most pressing issues facing the health of our communities today.
While our understanding of the content will build sequentially through the series, we recognize time constraints on leaders in today’s environment and have created pathways for participants to “catch up” via recorded, on-demand content.
The Un-Summit will kick off on Thursday, September 24 with our Opening Session 9-10am PST, followed by a keynote address 10:30-11:15am by Tyler Norris, MDiv, Chief Executive of Well Being Trust.
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Tyler Norris, MDiv
Information on featured panels coming soon!
Agenda and Schedule of Events coming soon!
Information about CEUs coming soon!
Registration information coming soon!