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Four practices that can help people establish common intent; sense emerging needs and solutions; and collectively prototype, create, and evolve innovative health models and relationships.
How a “lean startup” approach can help create an effective community-based program.
Eight tools for building inclusive, community programs to address health and other social issues.
Blending practices and theory to improve health outcomes outside the clinical setting.
Strategies for engaging communities of color in local health initiatives.
A “whole health” approach to improving access to food and food education.
When people have a real voice in the decisions affecting their lives and health, they thrive in ways beyond measure.
Listening closely to users has enabled developers to create digital tools that support responses to the recent Ebola outbreak.
Our understanding of community can help funders and evaluators identify, understand, and strengthen the communities they work with.