Culture of Health Program Meetings
Engaging Allies in the Culture of Health Movement: Stakeholder Meeting #3
August 8, 2018 | Washington, DC
On August 8, 2018, the National Academy of Medicine will host the third meeting of its ongoing Culture of Health program to engage allies in the Culture of Health movement. Objectives of this meeting are to provide and discuss concrete examples of the successes and challenges in creating programs and policies at the community level, determine which elements and resources would be most beneficial to support communities in advancing their health equity and/or social determinants of health agendas through the use of a digital hub, and to identify strategies to message community efforts and health equity to diverse audiences including local and national funders.
Engaging Allies in the Culture of Health Movement: Stakeholder Meeting #2
November 9, 2017 | Washington, DC
The NAM hosted its second public stakeholder meeting for its Culture of Health program November 9, 2017 in Washington, DC. This meeting highlighted recent social movement that have resulted in positive change and offered insights from communities working to build health equity at the local level. The meeting was followed by an evening reception and art gallery where submissions from our nationwide community art project, Visual Health Equity, were on display.
Engaging Allies in the Culture of Health Movement: Stakeholder Meeting #1
January 25, 2017 | Washington, DC
On January 25, 2017, the National Academy of Medicine (NAM), in partnership with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF), convened its first stakeholder meeting of its Culture of Health Program, entitled Engaging Allies in the Culture of Health Movement. The Culture of Health Program is a multiyear collaborative effort funded by RWJF with the goal of building a nationwide movement to attain greater health equity in the United States. This one-day stakeholder meeting was held two weeks after the release of the National Academies’ consensus report Communities in Action: Pathways to Health Equity, and speakers and participants echoed the study’s recommendations and emphasized the important role of health equity to various aspects of our society. The meeting encouraged participants to engage in cross-sector dialogue and focus on maximizing opportunities for all Americans to reach their full health potential.