Science & Medicine:Social Sciences
On this podcast three public health students discuss ‘The World Café’ by Dr. Juanita Brown and David Isaacs. They highlight the importance of facilitating conversations that are: inclusive of diverse groups of individuals, conducted in relaxed environments, and focused on building relationships while creating meaningful changes in communities.
Building the Foundation for Future Healthy Communities Starts with Us Building Respectful Interactions with Infants Today!
Helping Mothers Successfully Transition from Prison to Community – Meet Mothers on the Rise!
How a Humanitarian Hero Brings Together Agencies to Reduce Hunger
Engaging the Farming Community in Efforts to Resolve Local Food Insecurity
Dreaming and Doing Big! Addressing Local Food Insecurity
The Effectiveness of Community-Based Chronic Disease Prevention Programs
DIP IN: An Innovative Community-Based Diabetes Prevention Project!
What is a Certified Health Education Specialist and WHY are they VITAL for Communities?
Episode 29: How Community Leaders Transform Society
Episode 28: How Civic Engagement Makes You and Your Community Healthy
Episode 27: How to Compassionately Address the Needs of the Rural Poor
Episode 26: How to Lead the Fight for Food Equity!
Episode 25: How a Radical Approach to Poverty Reduction Changed Lives Forever
Episode 24: TIME TO TALK ABOUT GLOBAL POVERTY ERADICATION - LESSONS LEARNED
Episode 22: Fostering Community Health Through Empathetic Conversations
Episode 21: How a Simple Conversation Can Make our World A Better Place
Episode 20: How to Implement Assets-Based Community Development
Episode 19: How Non-Traditional Approaches Have Made Outrageously Positive Change in Neighborhoods Around the World!
Episode 18: How to Change Community Conversations in 6 Steps
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