Building Resilient Inclusive Communities (BRIC)

BRIC Monthly Webinar Series

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2022-23 BRIC Webinar Recordings

August 2, 2023 | RECORDING | SLIDE DECK with RESOURCE LINKS 
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

January 26, 2023 | RECORDING
Leveraging Evidence-Based Programming to Support Children and Families in Addressing Overweight and Obesity

November 30, 2022 | Collective Impact Framework РGetting Started 
RECORDING | SLIDES
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.

October 26, 2022  | RECORDING | SLIDES AND RESOURCES
Building a Sustainable BRIC Program

Aug 24, 2022 | RECORDING | SLIDES | JAMBOARD NOTES AND RESOURCES
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 | RECORDING (passcode datawalks22!)| SLIDE DECK | RESOURCES
Using Data Walks as an Approach to Engage Community and Advance Equity

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

May 25, 2022, Mental Health, Social Isolation, Food and Nutrition Security. What’s the Connection?¬† RECORDING | SLIDES

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

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

February 23, 2022 (not recorded due to proprietary content)
Rising rates of food and nutrition insecurity across the United States, exacerbated by two years of the COVID-19 pandemic, are impacting many communities. Please join Social Innovation and Universal Opportunity Lab as they discuss the root and systemic causes of food and nutrition security, and explore the process of using community engagement as a path forward in building resilience especially in communities most impacted. They will share guidance on community engagement strategies and SOUL LAB’s Streetwyze platform that can be used to document community member experience.

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