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Building Mentally Healthy Communities
Through a mobile-enabled, web-based platform, CredibleMind builds awareness and education, assesses risk, and surfaces self-management interventions covering the most comprehensive range of mental health conditions, risk factors, and protective factors
A pastoral note on the COVID vaccine and religious exemption
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Join us as we journey to the next chapter beyond recovery & healing
Stakeholder Health is a learning collaborative of health systems and other institutions advancing the profound changes needed for just, equitable, and effective healthcare by joining partners at scale. We convene partners at scale to maximize learning and impact • Work with a lens of science, our faith, and a commitment to anti-racism • Help each other learn what matters in achieving health equity, always in partnership with community • Share our insights through conversations, writings, and platforms such as podcasts and webinars
From our friends at UP The University of Providence (UP) and the Catholic Health Association of the United States (CHA) have joined to highlight...
New book of Prayers by Gary Gunderson Order HERE (All revenue supports Stakeholder Health) By Gerry Winslow Most prayers never become famous....
The COVID pandemic has challenged important elements of the relationships between the healthcare, public health, and community, including the role...
Thriving Together and Shared Stewardship: A Conversation
We believe ordinary people in every walk of life, along with organizations, already have the vital capacities they need to step into meaningful roles as shared stewards of well-being. This conversation explores the transformative power of acting as if everyone can be a steward.
Hosted by: Plexis Institute, Social Justice Initiative at UTEP, Think Health & Rippel Foundation, Leading Causes of Life Initiative, Stakeholder Health, Epidemic Leadership
Stakeholder Voices: Noteworthy articles in journals, blogs and more
North Carolina Medical Journal
By Gary Gunderson, Teresa Cutts and Jeremy Moseley
The young field of community health work is moving into adolescence… born and sustained particularly at micro-geography levels.
American Hospital Association
By Dora Barilla, Ira Byock, Tyler Norris
Health care systems must partner in effective community-based approaches in caring for populations. Here are some considerations.
Journal of Creative Communications
By Gary Gunderson, Teresa Cutts
How faith communities often function like an organic social immune system during times of crisis, particularly our current COVID-19 pandemic.