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Reg2PHTC-CI1 Collective Impact Part 1: Common Agenda and Shared Measures


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Course Description

If you are seeking CHES or CPH credit for this course, you must email phtc@columbia.edu after you have completed the evaluation. Please include your full name, CHES ID number (if applicable), and course title in the email.

 

Course Description: This module is part one of a two-part introductory series to the Collective Impact framework. In this module, participants will gain an understanding of what Collective Impact is and how it can be used to advance public health initiatives. Additionally, participants will be introduced to the first two conditions of the Collective Impact framework--Common Agenda and Shared Measures.

 

Course Objectives:

 

Upon completion of this program, you should be able to:

  • Define Collective Impact.
  • Compare the characteristics of Isolated and Collective Impact approaches.
  • Define Common Agenda, the first condition of Collective Impact.
  • Describe the purpose and structure of a strategy map.
  • Define Shared Measures, the second condition of Collective Impact.
  • List two best practices for the Shared Measures condition.

 

Subject Matter Expert: Bill Barberg, President of Insightformation, Inc.

To get COMPLETE/CREDIT for this course:

1.  Please return to the LMS after viewing the module
2.  Go to "My Courses"
3.  Select "Current Courses" folder
4.  Select " Log-In2Learn Post-Assessment - due" in the Activities Column

Once you pass this assessment, the course will be moved to your "Completed Courses" folder.

To view your course certificate or request health education credit, you must complete the course evaluation as well.

If you are seeking CHES or CPH credit for this course, you must email phtc@columbia.edu after you have completed the evaluation. Please include your full name, CHES ID number (if applicable), and course title in the email.

Prerequisites

This is a 2-part series. They are intended to be completed together. Reg2PHTC-CIM2

Course Competencies

  • 2A02 Contributes to development of program goals and objectives
  • 2A06 Gathers information that can inform options for policies, programs, and services (e.g., secondhand smoking policies, data use policies, HR policies, immunization programs, food safety programs)
  • 2A11 Applies strategies for continuous quality improvement
  • 2A12 Describes how public health informatics is used in developing, implementing, evaluating, and improving policies, programs, and services (e.g., integrated data systems, electronic reporting, knowledge management systems, geographic information systems)
  • 2B02 Develops program goals and objectives
  • 2B12 Implements strategies for continuous quality improvement
  • 2C02 Develops organizational goals and objectives
  • 2C13 Develops strategies for continuous quality improvement
  • 3A03 Solicits input from individuals and organizations (e.g., chambers of commerce, religious organizations, schools, social service organizations, hospitals, government, community-based organizations, various populations served) for improving the health of a
  • 3B03 Solicits input from individuals and organizations (e.g., chambers of commerce, religious organizations, schools, social service organizations, hospitals, government, community-based organizations, various populations served) for improving the health of a
  • 3C03 Ensures that the organization seeks input from other organizations and individuals for improving the health of a community
  • 5A05 Collaborates with community partners to improve health in a community (e.g., participates in committees, shares data and information, connects people to resources)
  • 5B06 Facilitates collaborations among partners to improve health in a community (e.g., coalition building)
  • 8A02 Describes public health as part of a larger inter-related system of organizations that influence the health of populations at local, national, and global levels
  • 8A04 Contributes to development of a vision for a healthy community (e.g., emphasis on prevention, health equity for all, excellence and innovation)
  • 8B02 Describes public health as part of a larger inter-related system of organizations that influence the health of populations at local, national, and global levels
  • 8C02 Interacts with the larger inter-related system of organizations that influence the health of populations at local, national, and global levels