Stakeholder Health Book Events
Plan to attend one of the Stakeholder Health book events!
Each will feature an overview of the Stakeholder Health learning collaborative and presentations by the local lead chapter writers, followed by Q&A and a reception. A limited number of books will be available for participants who attend the release events. All events are free to the public.
Thus far, events scheduled and host cities are as follows:
Chicago, Illinois. June 9, 2016, 1-3:30, program, 3:30 – 5 reception.
Book release reception.Hosted by Advocate Health System and MidAmerica Center for Public Health Practice at University of Illinois at Chicago, School of Public Health. Chapter Leads featured will be Kirsten Peachey of Advocate HS (Trauma, Resilience and Mental Health, Chapter 7) and Nancy Combs of Henry Ford Health System, Detroit (Navigating Community Health, Chapter 5).
Winston Salem, NC. June 13, 2016; from 4 – 5:30 p.m.
Hosted by Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center; Bio-Tech Center, Rm. 153A-B; Chapter Leads featured will be Gary Gunderson (Accountable Lives: Leading Complex Health Structures, Chapter 2), Doug Easterling and Allen Smart (Philanthropy, Health Systems and Community Health Improvement, Chapter 9) and Teresa Cutts, (Community Asset Mapping: Integrating and Engaging Community and Health Systems, Chapter 6).
Oakland, CA. June 28, 2016; 5:00 – 7:00 p.m.
Book Release Reception
Public Health Institute , 555 12th St, 10th floor, Oakland, CA, 94607
Join PHI and colleagues for beverages, hors d’oeuvres and to hear highlights from contributors to Stakeholder Health: Insights from New Systems of Health, a rich and detailed review of some of the best practices from across the country in the areas of community health improvement, clinical and community partnerships.
Welcome Gary Gunderson, Vice President at Wake Forest Baptist Health System and Secretariat of Stakeholder Health, Teresa Cutts, Professor at Wake Forest and the editor of the book. Listen to brief highlights of selected chapters read by authors including as Marice Ashe, CEO of ChangeLabSolutions, Dora Barilla, President and Co-Founder of HC2 Strategies, Eileen Barsi, former Senior Director of Community Benefit at Dignity Health, Gerald Winslow, SVP at Loma Linda Medical Center, and Kevin Barnett, PHI Senior Investigator.
Nashville, TN. Oct. 29-30, 2016. Exact Time TBD.
Hosted by the Governance Institute, Omni Hotel. Chapter Leads featured will be Jerry Winslow, Loma Linda University Health and/or Fred Smith, co-chair of IHI’s 100 Million Lives Equity Working Group (Chapter 11, Mission and the Heart of Healthy Communities), Kevin Barnett (Financial Accounting that Produces Health, Chapter 8) and Gary Gunderson (Accountable Lives: Leading Complex Health Structures, Chapter 2).