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Moving from Programs to Policy, Systems, and Environmental Change

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Training Description

Transition from programs to policy, systems, and environmental (PSE) change for lasting improvements in your community. This webinar explores the what, why, and how of PSEs through local examples from across the state of Massachusetts.

Learning Objectives:
Participants completing this training will be able to

  • Define Policy, Systems, and Environmental Changes
  • Describe local  Policy, Systems, and Environmental Changes examples
  • Identify key components and strategies to incorporate  Policy, Systems, and Environmental Changes in their own community initiatives

 

Presenters (2-26-15 webinar)

  • Nicole Bourdon, Springfield Mass in Motion
  • Barry Keppard, Metropolitan Area Planning Council
  • Aleya Martin, Health Resources in Action
  • Kathleen McCabe, Health Resources in Action
  • Karen Pohlman, Baystate Health

 

Presentation (2-26-15 webinar)

 

Presenters (11-12-14 webinar)

  • Aleya Martin, Community Health Training Institute, HRiA
  • Kathleen McCabe, HRiA
  • Catherine Ratte, Pioneer Valley Planning Commission
  • Arlene Goldstein, Blue Hills CHNA 20 (Formerly of Impact Quincy)

 

Presentation (11-12-14 webinar)

 

Webinar Recording (2-26-15)

 

Webinar Recording (11-12-14)

 

Additional Resources from MAPC

 

MAPC Public Health Division
http://www.mapc.org/public-health

 

Complete Streets

 

Healthy Neighborhood Equity Fund

 

Housing

 

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