This catalog includes all TA products, including training recordings and written products, developed by the COVID-19 Health Equity TA Collaborative for OT21-2103 grant recipients. It will be updated as new products are developed during the grant cycle.
“Shift Your Power: Advancing from Transactional Practices to Progress” is a guided series, recorded between February 21- March 14, and hosted by NNPHI and dedicated team of COVID-19 Health Equity Project ECHO consultants. This four-part series is designed to inspire participants to reevaluate, reallocate and reimagine power to focus on the mission, vision, and alignment of the those most impacted by historic and current power imbalance. Access all sessions here: Session 1: Gather Your People: Reinforcing Relational Infrastructure for Equity in Action Session 2: Knowledge is Power: Examining the Systemic Throughline from Root to Reality Session 3: Power in People: Mitigating Performance to Expand Possibilities and Potential Session 4: Power on Purpose: Strategies for Engaging Community Leadership with Intention
This workshop, hosted by NNPHI, featured Dr. Rachael Lussos from Graham Associates who provided resources on writing clear and compelling abstracts for the American Journal of Public Health’s “Lesson’s Learned from CDC’s National Initiative to Address Covid-19 Health Disparities Among Populations at High-risk and Underserved” supplement issue. In this recording from April 2023, Dr. Lussos used analysis techniques to ensure recipients’ abstract scopes are relevant to the supplement’s purpose and the journal’s audience. Attendees reviewed the five parts of an abstract, and a copy of the slides can be found here.
LGBTQIA+ Best Practices Virtual Learning & Conversation Series: Vaccines and Mitigating Spread of Monkey Pox with Lessons Learned from COVID-19
This webinar, recorded on November 30th, 2022, is the first of a four-part LGBTQIA+ focused series hosted by the Texas Health Institute. The first session’s content centered on identifying the current state of Monkey Pox strategies to mitigate its spread using lessons learned from COVID19.
This webinar, created Public Health Alliance of Southern California and the Public Health Institute’s Center for Wellness and Nutrition on December 12, 2022, is the fourth of a four-part series on data equity. This webinar discussed barriers and proposed solutions for using data in addressing health inequities in rural populations.
This webinar, created Public Health Alliance of Southern California and the Public Health Institute’s Center for Wellness and Nutrition on November 14, 2022, is the third of a four-part series on data equity. This webinar discussed organizational policies and practices that can be adopted to support evaluation strategies rooted in racial equity, as well as approaches to authentically engage and collaborate with Indigenous populations to support their control over public health data and knowledge.
This webinar, created Public Health Alliance of Southern California and the Public Health Institute’s Center for Wellness and Nutrition on October 24, 2022, is the second of a four-part series on data equity. The webinar reviews The Healthy Places Index (HPI), which is a powerful data, mapping and policy platform. HPI was designed to identify opportunities to improve neighborhood health and help guide investments, programs, and policy changes.
This webinar, created Public Health Alliance of Southern California and the Public Health Institute’s Center for Wellness and Nutrition on September 22, 2022, is the first of a four-part series on data equity. The webinar covers why examining both race and place are critical for promoting health equity.
This webinar, from the NACCHO Annual Meeting- July 2022, was designed to build a shared understanding of key topics and terms, the relevance of narrative to transform culture, its power for health equity and racial justice, and its ability to translate knowledge and reimagine public health practice.
In this session, recorded from July 13, 2022, participants learned about and discussed best practices for community engagement in a CHI process. A guest speaker from Lake County, IL shared their experience engaging community members in CHI. The Power Point presentation slides can be accessed here.
This on-demand webinar, recorded from June 24, 2022, featured case studies from three partnerships between health departments and public health institutes (the Louisiana Public Health Institute, the Institute for Public Health Innovation, and the Georgia Health Policy Center). Each organization discussed how these partnerships allowed public health systems to nimbly expand public health workforce capacity, equitably distribute funds to community-based organizations, and efficiently build community capacity to address emergent needs.