Upcoming Promoting Health Equity: “Train the Trainer” Workshop August 3-6

JHA will be teaching a three and a half day Promoting Health Equity “Train the Trainer” workshop at University of Washington’s Northwest Center for Public Health Practice (NWCPHP) this summer in Seattle from August 3-6.  See below for the course description.

For more information about the NWCPHP Summer Institute, click here.

For more information about registration, click here.

Early bird special ends on June 1.

Promoting Health Equity: Train the Trainer Workshop

 Course Description

This 2015 Summer Institute course is delivered in a “train the trainer” style so participants can more readily take the material back to their organization and implement new ideas with staff. The curriculum uses Just Health Action’s framework for promoting and implementing health equity in our communities.Summer Institute Racial Equity

Instructors will provide an overview of health equity terminology and concepts and will model tried and true interactive exercises used with small and large groups and with diverse audiences. Participants will use current examples from their own work to provide a context for applying these ideas and skills. Participants will also explore case studies for how these approaches were applied in organizational and community contexts.

The course will review community tools for addressing issues that produce inequities, including  racism, gun violence, air pollution, food security, and youth employment. Tools include digital storytelling, photovoice, health impact assessment, community based participatory research, health equity impact reviews, and more. We will work in small groups to determine which tools work best in specific situations.

Participants will receive a manual with Just Health Action’s most popular exercises including: “What makes a community healthy?,” “What is health equity?,” “Racism and the Gardener’s Tale,” “Causes of the Causes,” and “Solutions to the Causes.”

Course Instructors

Linn Gould
Bio and contact >

Antoinette Angulo
Bio and contact >

Learning Objectives

At the end of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Discuss health equity terminology and concepts with confidence.
  • Describe tools used to promote health equity.
  • Describe Just Health Action’s framework for promoting health equity.
  • Facilitate a discussion on health equity using one of the interactive exercises.
  • Explain the use and value of each exercise provided and when to use it.
  • Facilitate interactive exercises with each other and provide constructive feedback on how it went.

Category: Uncategorized · Tags:

Leave A Comment