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Faith & Health Leaders Collaborating to Eliminate Health Disparities. Mimi Kiser Interfaith Health Program Rollins School of Public Health Emory University APHA, Nov. 8, 2004. Panel Objectives. Gain knowledge of the Institute for Public Health and Faith Collaborations

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faith health leaders collaborating to eliminate health disparities

Faith & Health Leaders Collaborating to Eliminate Health Disparities

Mimi Kiser

Interfaith Health Program

Rollins School of Public Health

Emory University

APHA, Nov. 8, 2004

panel objectives
Panel Objectives
  • Gain knowledge of the Institute for Public Health and Faith Collaborations
  • Experience leaders who are committed to eliminating health disparities
  • Describe leadership practices aligning faith and health aimed at changing community systems
  • Act to learn with the Institute teams of leaders and sponsor an Institute in your state!!
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Institute Core Values Framework

Boundary Leadership

Those who see new possibilities at the edges of what is currently visible. Those people driven to find solutions for the pain in communities. As they meet they form ….

Calling and Accountabilitythat drives their action towards the vision. That does not fear but cultivates the wisdom of ….

Transformative Relationshipswhere the depth of involvement leads to a level of knowing each other that changes how they see themselves and gives birth to a new …

Community TransformationA community being made whole through the aligned action of transformed people who ask the questions of …

Shared Vision

of healthier communities – a new and possible reality for all who suffer – a vision where ….

Eliminate Disparities/Nurture Common Hopeas the disparities give way, the historical despair of our labor turns into a shared hope that drives action and expands impact for ….

Faith & Health Alignmentis a convergence of two unique streams moving together creating a greater outcome than either alone, in order to …

institute for public health and faith collaborations goal

Institute for Public Health and Faith Collaborations Goal

Foster the capacity of public health systems and communities to improve the complex and enduring behavioral and social conditions under girding health disparities by engaging faith structures.

Supported by a Cooperative Agreement with the CDC/ASPH

institute objectives

Institute Objectives

To develop a curriculum and training design

To increase the number of public health and faith leaders who have built collaborative relationships and skills

To increase the ability of existing training organizations to respond to a growing demand for competency building in this unique field

65 teams in 20 states
Massachusetts

New York

Pennsylvania * *

Virginia

Maryland

North & South Carolina

Georgia

Louisiana

Colorado

Missouri *

Illinois* *

Wisconsin* *

Minnesota

Montana

Nebraska

California* *

Washington

Texas

Tennessee

65 Teams in 20 States!
team characteristics criteria

Team Characteristics/Criteria

4 to 5 members each

2 faith leaders, 2 health leaders minimum

Multi-faith and multi-cultural/racial

Community scale change leadership positions

Commitment to collaboration and elimination of health disparities

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Community

Teams

National

Institutes (2)

Regional/State

Institutes (4)

IHP

Design

Team

Consultants

National

Conference

CDC

Improved

Community

Health, Wholeness

& Justice

Widespread

Behavior

Change

Logic Model

for the Institute for Public Health & Faith Collaborations

Outcomes

Inputs

Activities

Short-Term

Faith Health

Collaborative

Vision & Covenant for Community

Change & Plan for

Community Action

Strengthened Awareness

& Development of

Boundary Spanner

Leadership

Learning Space

Longer-Term

Increased Understanding

of Health Disparities

Implementation

of Action Plan

Strengthened Understanding of Systems Change & Community Transformation

Community & Systems

Change

Ongoing electronic learning

Increased Appreciation

& Understanding of Each

Field/Discipline

short term leadership outcomes
Short Term Leadership Outcomes
  • Strengthened Awareness & Development of Boundary Spanner Leadership
  • Increased Understanding of Health Disparities
  • Increased Appreciation & Understanding of Each Field/Discipline
  • Strengthened Understanding of Systems Change & Community Transformation
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Improved

Community

Health,

Wholeness

& Justice

Widespread

Behavior

Change

Faith Health

Collaborative

Covenant,

Vision &

Plan for

for Community

Action

Community

&

Systems

Change

Implementation

of Action Plan

Short Term Outcomes Longer-Term

evaluation
Evaluation
  • Formative assessment

1. Index cards 2. structured group discussion

  • Short term outcomes – survey at end of Institute
  • Description of participants’ visions and action plans
  • Longer term outcomes – follow up telephone interviews at 6 months
future next steps
Future – Next Steps
  • Curriculum Delivery Manuals
  • Final evaluation – Spring 2005
  • Replication of Institute !
  • Strengthen network of teams
  • National Public Health Leadership Development Network (NPHLDN)
contact
Contact

Mimi Kiser

Interfaith Health Program

Emory University,

Rollins School of Public Health

404-727-5246

mkiser@sph.emory.edu,

www.ihpnet.org

team panelists
Team Panelists
  • Michael Torres, Institute for Mental Health Ministry, Inc.
  • Jodee Rudy, Frederick County Health Dept.
  • Sonith Peou, Lowell Community Health Ctr.
  • Jeannine Peterson, Hamilton Health Center