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In GIH’s monthly bulletin, we make the case that it’s time for its members to place an explicit focus on agency, including examining their own governance structures and accountability frameworks

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Recruiting Five Organizations to put the Principles into Practice

We want to coach local entities and learn what it really takes to make the shift

Announcing our Partnership with Collaborative Consulting

A strategic relationship to bring the importance of ‘community agency’ within reach of health systems embracing new approaches to health

Announcing our Chief Learning Officer, Maggie Hawthorne

We intend to grow the field of practice through learning, which is why we've recruited Maggie, the former Director of Strategy and Innovation of the Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers

Announcing Our Tool to Apply the 12 Principles

In this post, Pritpal S Tamber shares our new tool to apply the 12 principles for fostering community agency to your community health work

Taking What We’ve Learned on the Road

In this post, Pritpal S Tamber, shares the gatherings to which Bridging Health & Community has been invited to share what it has learned

Reflecting on our Symposium, Community Agency & Health

In this post, our CEO & Co-Founder, Pritpal S Tamber, reflects on the recent symposium and shares some early thinking on what we’ll do next

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