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Evidence-Informed Program Planning within Diverse Cultural Contexts

Zoom

This workshop will provide an overview of how to co-develop an evidence-informed health program that incorporates theoretical and empirical evidence and engages community stakeholders in the planning process. We will provide an overview of the six steps of the Intervention Mapping process, and how a trauma-informed approach can enhance the creation of more effective evidence-informed programs within diverse cultural contexts.

Free

Building Data Capacity to Tell Your Story

Zoom

Data is an essential tool that can help shape your work in your community. Data can help you pin-point areas of focus to maximize your efforts with limited resources. In this workshop, we will cover the value of data collection, how to store and manage data, and identify data resources. Participants will learn how to integrate data and storytelling into their day-to-day work.

Free

Grant Writing 101 for Non-Profits

Zoom

This workshop will provide an overview of best practices for grant writing for non-profit organizations. Participants will learn about funding sources, grant proposals, program narratives, and tips and strategies for grant writing for non-profit and public institutions.

Free

Use Your Voice: Advocate to Change Your Community

Zoom

Advocating can increase health equity in your community and make the voice of the community heard. Workshop attendees will learn how to communicate ideas and concerns to policymakers and how to engage them. This workshop will explore different forms of policy, Nevada’s state legislative process, and the differences between advocacy and lobbying. It will also build on participants' experiences to help them find what will work best to make change and mobilize their networks.

Free

Evaluating Health Programs: Tools and Strategies for Measuring Success

Zoom

Program evaluation is the formal assessment of a program or policy’s value and impact within a community. It is becoming increasingly necessary for organizations to perform evaluation to secure resources and to improve and expand programs. This workshop will provide a practical, skills-focused introduction to the different types of evaluation, concepts and techniques, data collection methods, and best practices of program evaluation. Participants can expect to learn the fundamental skills needed to participate in evaluation of a new or existing health program.

Free