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BRIC All State Calls Recordings

Year 3 (2023)

Jan 10, 2023 Recording
April 11, 2023 Recording
July 11, 2023 Recording
Nov 14, 2023 Recording, Photo and Reflections

Year 2 (2022)

December 13, 2022  Recording | Slides | Mentimeter Sharing
November 15, 2022 Recording | Slides
October 11, 2022: RECORDING | SLIDES | Y3 FAQ

Sept 13 slides (recording not available)
Aug 8 (no recording)
July 12 Recording Passcode: s0yTff!8
June 14 Recording 
May 10 Recording Passcode: aeAsJD#3
April 12 Recording Passcode: k3p+S^2C 
March 8 Recording (not available)
Feb 8 Recording (not available)
Jan 11 Recording Passcode: 0bgy5+o^

Year 1 (2021)

Dec 14 Recording
Nov 9 Recording
Oct 12 Recording
Sept 10 Recording Passcode: PH8E9=b@
Aug 10 No Recording
July 13 Recording (Passcode: @0k5u8n3) 
June 8 Recording
May 11 Recording
Apr 13 Recording (Passcode:c05?d$c^)

Monthly Webinars and Other Learning Opportunities – Recordings

October 2023 BRIC/SPINE Peer Exchange: Using Storytelling as a Tool for Sustainability 

September 27, 2023 | SLIDES

Summit Reflections, What’s Next for Sustainability

Partnering with Prevention Research Centers to Sustain Public Health Work

May 24, 2023 | RECORDING | SLIDES | Project for Public Spaces Slide Deck | CPEX Slide Deck
Placemaking in Rural Communities: Opportunities for Social Connection and More 

March 29, 2023 | RECORDING | SLIDES
Integrating Social Connectedness into Nutrition and Physical Activity Strategies across the Lifespan
SPINE Special Training & Learning Opportunity | February 8, 2023 | RECORDING

Topic: Cultural Competence and Cultural Humility 

January 26, 2023, 3:00-4:00pm ET | RECORDING
Leveraging Evidence-Based Programming to Support Children and Families in Addressing Overweight and Obesity

November 30, 2022 RECORDING SLIDES
Collective Impact Framework: Getting Started
Collaboration and partnerships are the cornerstone of effective public health practice. Although the Collective Impact Framework includes essential elements of successful collaboration, it is a different paradigm. Collective Impact is a powerful approach to cross-sector collaboration that is achieving measurable effects on major social issues. During this session, Jennifer Splansky Juster, Executive Director with the Collective Impact Forum, will provide an overview of the Collective Impact Framework (CIF), sharing the why, the what, and how it is different from partnerships/collaboratives. She will share the Collective Impact readiness assessment tool and other resources for those interested in getting started.  Public health representatives will share how they have implemented the CIF while centering equity at the state and community level, followed by interactive group discussion on the key elements of CIF, its application, challenges and opportunities.

Jennifer Splansky Juster, Executive Director, Collective Impact Forum
Sarah Flores, Senior Program Manager, Illinois Institute of Public Health
Meredith Knowles, Nutrition and Physical Activity Policy Specialist, Oregon Health Authority

Building a Sustainable BRIC Program

September 2022 SPINE SPECIAL LEARNING OPPORTUNITY | Agenda | Slides | Recording (Passcode: YK$2Yv!T) | ADDITIONAL MATERIALS: Jamboard Activtiy Results
Food and Nutrition Security in Rural Communities: Addressing Hunger & Reaching Marginalized Groups
Individuals living in rural areas face many food access challenges. Rural communities often have limited grocery stores and experience more food insecurity compared to those living in metropolitan/urban areas. Poverty and transportation issues also contribute to food access constraints, further exacerbating food and nutrition insecurity. During the webinar attendees will learn about state and community-based efforts that are improving food access in rural communities and addressing hunger among rural residents. efforts. 

Social Connectedness and Mental Health: A Mini Learning Series for BRIC States and Communities The purpose of the three-part interactive learning series is to review the connection between social connectedness, mental health, and public health and chronic disease;, identify promising partnership opportunities; and identify policy, systems, and environmental change strategies that BRIC states and community partners can implement at the state and community level.
Sept 6, 2022: Why Social Connectedness and Menta Health? Focus on self and others. RECORDING |  SLIDES | RESOURCES (with Jam Board)
Sept 20, 2022: Partners and Allies RECORDINGSLIDES
Sept 27, 2022: Implementing PSE Strategies at State and Community Level  RECORDING | SLIDES (with resource links)

Aug 26th Food and Nutrition Security Office Hour, Culturally Relevant Foods
Resources shared in chat

Incorporating JEDI into PSE: Centering justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion while working towards policy, systems and environmental changes in state food and nutrition security efforts

July 27, 2022 Using Data Walks as an Approach to Engage Community and Advance Equity RECORDING (passcode datawalks22!)SLIDE DECK | RESOURCES

June 22, 2022  Youth and Intergenerational Programs and Practices: Embodying Social Connectedness and Food and Nutrition Security, and Elevating the Youth Voice

April 27, 2022  Understanding Dimensions of Diversity for More Effective Community Engagement. RECORDING | SLIDES with RESOURCES

April 13, 2022 2:00 ‚Äď 3:00 pm ET: Foundations of Health Equity (SPINE Learning Opportunity) RECORDING

March 23, 2022  Leveraging Federal Funding to Expand Access to Safe Opportunities for Active Transportation | RECORDING (Passcode: KhTd6F&%) | SLIDES – BIL  | SLIDES (other speakers)

March 10, 2022 (NACDD General Member Webinar), Advancing Social Connectedness as a Public Health Priority (spotlight on BRIC) RECORDING

Feb 23, 2022: Advancing Food and Nutrition Security through Community Engagement (not recorded) SESSION NOTES AND RESOURCES (coming soon!)

Dec 15, 2021: Innovative Strategies to Build Sustainability
This webinar explored both community development and community benefit dollars, how they work, and the critical opportunities available as state and local public health leaders continue to think about sustainability.  

Nov 17, 2021Engaging Community Health Workers: A Systems Approach  | RECORDING | SLIDES | SPEAKER BIOS | RESOURCES

Oct 28, 2021: Building Resilient Communities during the Pandemic: States Pivoting to Impact Nutrition Security, Physical Activity Access, and Social Connectedness . | RECORDING
Featuring BRIC States: Washington, South Carolina, Connecticut. 

Oct 20, 2021: Operationalizing Health Equity in Parks| RECORDING | SLIDES

Sept 15, 2021: Creating Equitable Systems Change in Rural Community Settings, Concepts and Examples for Advancing Equity for Safe Physical Activity, Nutrition Security, and Social Connectedness
RECORDING  Passcode: 0EC%E3G4 | RESOURCES Supporting Rural Health| CDC Rural Health Handout | SLIDES

August 25, 2021: Webinar Recording  (Passcode:P3^C0sb8) | SLIDES  RESOURCES/LINKS SHARED
Making Connections: Partnerships, Practices, and Policies related to leveraging NACDD efforts around reaching people with disabilities, walkability, healthy military communities, and promoting systems-level utilization of evidence-based health interventions.

July 28, 2021: Webinar Recording (Passcode: +ScuRmJ8
Systems Approach for Social Connection: Overview of National, Global, and State-level Activities
Speakers with the Foundation for Social Connection and the Coalition to End Social Isolation and Loneliness provided an overview of national efforts to address social isolation and alignment with global efforts through the Global Initiative on Loneliness and Connection, the World Heh Organization and the Togetherness Hub. A framework, in early development, to addresses social isolation through the socio-ecological model was presented to encourage a multi-sector and systems approach. The Council of State Governments shared current findings of a project on improving state mental health policy. Panelists from emerging state and regional coalitions shared their experiences and best practices in addressing social isolation in their state especially in light of the continued impact of COVID-19. 

June 23, 2021: Webinar Recording (Passcode: Rxk6LN0?)
Food Access and Nutrition Security: Building Sustainable and Equitable Partnerships
Presenters: Angela Odoms-Young, Nutrition Equity and Justice Partners; Anne Swanson, VP Agricultural Sourcing, Feeding America; Latresh Davenport, SNAP Nutrition Education Program Coordinator, Georgia Division of Family & Children Services; Milele Kennedy, Director, Division of Community Nutrition and Food Policy, City of Indianapolis; Rodger Cooley, Executive Director, Chicago Food Policy Action Council. Resources Shared | Slide Deck

May 26, 2021: Webinar Recording (Passcode: N#5n!mjj)
Strategies for Socially Connected Communities
Presenters: Risa Wilkerson and Phil Bors, Healthy Places by Design; Patrick Hendry, Mental Health America; Oswaldo Mestre, City of Buffalo
Resources Shared | Slide D

Apr 28, 2021: Webinar Recording (Passcode: $TnE7r+K)
Achieving Nutrition Security through the Charitable Food Network while centering health equity and navigating COVID-19
Presenters: Dr. Angela Odoms-Young, University of Illinois at Chicago, Jadi Romero, Feeding America, Rachel Koay, Feeding Texas and Nicole Robinson, Greater Chicago Food Depository

March 24, 2021: Webinar Recording (Passcode: oM5&q889)
Centering Race in Decision Making.
Presenters: Leavitt Partners and Charles Brown, Equitable Cities

State Action Plan TA and Support Meetings

March 10: BRIC State Action Plan and Health Equity Guidance Webinar Recording (passcode:55.hcvbN)

FLITE Session Recordings and PPTs – Feb 19-23
Feb 19: NY, OH, HI, UT
Feb 22(passcode:j9f^gei!): MS, AR, SC, NC
Feb 23 (1-3PM, passcode:VyeZ=0VG ): MO, PA, CT, MN
Feb 23 (3-5PM, passcode:4LX^n7Sy): TX, AK, WV, IL
Feb 26 (passcode:qA%wc5Qt): LA, KY, CO, WA

BRIC Program Kickoff Workshop – Jan 19-21, 2021 | Agenda
January 19 Introductions/Welcome, Health Equity, Physical Activity Access
January 20 Social Connectedness
January 21 Nutrition Security, Health Equity Revisited, Closing Remarks

BRIC Scope of Work Training – Dec 15, 2020 – Recording

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