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  {
    "title": "Community Commons",
    "source": "Community Commons",
    "url": "http://www.communitycommons.org/ ",
    "year": "",
    "description": "Community Commons is an interactive mapping, networking, and learning utility for the broad-based healthy, sustainable, and livable communities movement.",
    "icon": "watch",
    "type": "Website",
    "sector": "All Sectors",
    "geographicScope": "All Scope",
    "publicHealthFocus": "All Health",
    "keywords": [
      "Community",
      "Commons",
      "Equity",
      "environmental health",
      "Education",
      "Data",
      "Tool",
      "Stories",
      "Mapping",
      "Networking",
      "Sustainability"
    ],
    "categories": [
      "All Sectors",
      "All Scope",
      "All Health"
    ]
  },
  {
    "title": "Toolkit for Communities Using Health Data",
    "source": "National Committee on Vital and Health Statistics, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention",
    "url": "http://www.ncvhs.hhs.gov/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/Toolkit-for-Communities.pdf",
    "year": "2015",
    "description": "Data has become the backbone on which we base our health decisions. That puts a great deal of pressure on communities to understand the data they receive, to interpret that data correctly, and then use it in the way it was intended. The National Committee on Vital and Health Statistics (NCVHS) recently released the Toolkit for Communities Using Health Data to assist organizations in looking at data systematically.  The purpose of this Toolkit is to support communities that are using data by promoting sound stewardship practices, while helping them avoid the missteps and potential harm that can result when data users fail to follow sound data stewardship practices.",
    "icon": "read1",
    "type": "Toolkit",
    "sector": "government, public health, policy, non-profit organizations, private",
    "geographicScope": "local, neighborhood, city, county",
    "publicHealthFocus": "",
    "keywords": [
      "Community",
      "Data",
      "Tool"
    ],
    "categories": [
      "government",
      "public health",
      "policy",
      "non-profit organizations",
      "private",
      "local",
      "neighborhood",
      "city",
      "county"
    ]
  },
  {
    "title": "Place Matters for Health: Ensuring Opportunities for Good Health for All",
    "source": "Joint Center for Political & Economic Studies",
    "url": "http://jointcenter.org/sites/default/files/Place%20Matters%20Community%20Reports%20Summary.pdf",
    "year": "2012",
    "description": "The Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies and its Place Matters Teams are pleased to add to the existing knowledge base with this report, Place Matters for Health: Ensuring Opportunities for Good Health for All.\"The report, supported by a grant from the National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities (NIMHD) of the National Institutes of Health, provides a summary of the analysis of the range of social, economic, and environmental conditions that exist in selected Place Matters communities and documents their relationship to the health status of the residents.",
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    "type": "Report",
    "sector": "government, public health, policy, non-profit organizations, private",
    "geographicScope": "local, neighborhood, city, county",
    "publicHealthFocus": "health equity, environmental health",
    "keywords": [
      "Community",
      "Equity",
      "Social",
      "Economic",
      "environmental health",
      "Place"
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      "government",
      "public health",
      "policy",
      "non-profit organizations",
      "private",
      "local",
      "neighborhood",
      "city",
      "county",
      "health equity",
      "environmental health"
    ]
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  {
    "title": "The Guide to Community Preventive Services ",
    "source": "Centers for Disease Control and Prevention",
    "url": "http://www.thecommunityguide.org/index.html ",
    "year": "",
    "description": "The Guide to Community Preventive Services is a free resource to help you choose programs and policies to improve health and prevent disease in your community. Systematic reviews are used to answer these questions: Which program and policy interventions have been proven effective? Are there effective interventions that are right for my community? What might effective interventions cost; what is the likely return on investment?",
    "icon": "watch",
    "type": "Website",
    "sector": "government, public health, policy, non-profit organizations, private",
    "geographicScope": "neighborhood, city, county, local, state, regional, national, tribal",
    "publicHealthFocus": "All Health",
    "keywords": [
      "Community Guide",
      "Program",
      "Programs",
      "Policy",
      "Policies",
      "Tool"
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      "government",
      "public health",
      "policy",
      "non-profit organizations",
      "private",
      "neighborhood",
      "city",
      "county",
      "local",
      "state",
      "regional",
      "national",
      "tribal",
      "All Health"
    ]
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  {
    "title": "Environmental Health in All Policies Meeting-in-A-Box",
    "source": "National Association of County & City Health Officials",
    "url": "http://www.naccho.org/toolbox/tool.cfm?id=3639&c=1379429661007",
    "year": "2013",
    "description": "NACCHO's Environmental Health in All Policies Meeting-in-A-Box presentation can be used to educate leadership, community members, or local health department (LHD) staff on Health in All Policies. The presentation is broad so it can be adapted for a wide audience. Although it is meant to serve as a guide, it should be tailored to reflect the local context and what is feasible, given the community's needs. You will need to create an account to download the tool; it's fast and free.",
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    "type": "Presentation ",
    "sector": "government, public health, policy, non-profit organizations, private",
    "geographicScope": "local, neighborhood, city, county",
    "publicHealthFocus": "health equity, environmental health",
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      "NACCHO",
      "environmental health",
      "Health Impact Assessment",
      "Planning",
      "Policy",
      "Health In All Policies",
      "Community",
      "Guide"
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      "government",
      "public health",
      "policy",
      "non-profit organizations",
      "private",
      "local",
      "neighborhood",
      "city",
      "county",
      "health equity",
      "environmental health"
    ]
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  {
    "title": "Creating Safe Neighborhoods for Active Living: A Case Study of Cross-Sectoral Collaboration",
    "source": "Active Living Research ",
    "url": "http://activelivingresearch.org/creating-safe-neighborhoods-active-living-case-study-cross-sectoral-collaboration",
    "year": "2013",
    "description": "This study examined the adoption and implementation of a cross-sectoral collaboration, Manchester's Weed & Seed (W&S) initiative, to promote safe, healthy neighborhoods in Manchester, New Hampshire. Originating from a Department of Justice grant, W&S became a catalyst for bringing citizens, law enforcement, public health, social services, and other partners together to create safer, healthier neighborhoods.",
    "icon": "read1",
    "type": "Presentation ",
    "sector": "government, public health, policy, non-profit organizations, private, public safety",
    "geographicScope": "local, neighborhood, city",
    "publicHealthFocus": "mental and emotional wellbeing, active living, health equity",
    "keywords": [
      "Safety",
      "Safe Routes To School",
      "Violence Prevention"
    ],
    "categories": [
      "government",
      "public health",
      "policy",
      "non-profit organizations",
      "private",
      "public safety",
      "local",
      "neighborhood",
      "city",
      "mental and emotional wellbeing",
      "active living",
      "health equity"
    ]
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  {
    "title": "Developing the Ingredients Necessary for Successful Cross-Sector Collaboration: Where Research Meets Practice",
    "source": "Active Living Research ",
    "url": "http://activelivingresearch.org/developing-ingredients-necessary-successful-cross-sector-collaboration-where-research-meets-practice",
    "year": "2013",
    "description": "Initiatives to institute environmental and policy change in community, to reduce obesity and promote active living, call for the participation of multiple stakeholder groups. These initiatives not only require collaboration across disciplines, but across cultural communities as well. Building relationships is important, but what factors are key in determining the success of a collaborative effort? Participants explored promising practices for building healthier communities through cross-sector collaboration, learned about 20 evidence-based factors that, when present, can increase a group's likelihood of attaining shared goals, and engaged in hands-on exercises to assess their own collaborative initiatives (both those existing and under consideration). This workshop was aimed at improving collaborative knowledge and skills among public health and community development practitioners at all experience levels.",
    "icon": "read1",
    "type": "Presentation ",
    "sector": "non-profit organizations, public health, transportation, education, child care",
    "geographicScope": "local, neighborhood, city, county",
    "publicHealthFocus": "health equity, active living, environmental health",
    "keywords": [
      "Planning",
      "Workshop",
      "Example",
      "Case Study"
    ],
    "categories": [
      "non-profit organizations",
      "public health",
      "transportation",
      "education",
      "child care",
      "local",
      "neighborhood",
      "city",
      "county",
      "health equity",
      "active living",
      "environmental health"
    ]
  },
  {
    "title": "Planning for Healthy Places with Health Impact Assessments",
    "source": "American Planning Association and the National Association of County & City Health Officials",
    "url": "http://advance.captus.com/planning/hia2/home.aspx",
    "year": "2011",
    "description": "Planning for Healthy Places with Health Impact Assessments is a 'how to' guide for conducting health impact assessments (HIAs), developed by the American Planning Association and the National Association of County & City Health Officials, sponsored by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. This online course will explain the value of conducting an HIA and the steps involved in conducting an HIA. Throughout the course, examples of health impact assessments have been highlighted and discussed.",
    "icon": "watch",
    "type": "Tool, Course, Self-Study ",
    "sector": "All Sectors",
    "geographicScope": "local, neighborhood, city, county",
    "publicHealthFocus": "environmental health, health equity",
    "keywords": [
      "Guide",
      "Course",
      "Health Impact Assessment",
      "Example",
      "How To",
      "NACCHO"
    ],
    "categories": [
      "All Sectors",
      "local",
      "neighborhood",
      "city",
      "county",
      "environmental health",
      "health equity"
    ]
  },
  {
    "title": "Change Lab Solutions",
    "source": "Change Lab Solutions",
    "url": "http://changelabsolutions.org/ ",
    "year": "2014",
    "description": "ChangeLab Solutions provides community-based solutions for America&rsquo;s most common and preventable diseases like cancer, heart disease, diabetes, obesity, and asthma. Our solutions promote the common good by making healthier choices easier for everyone. ChangeLab Solutions specializes in researching and drafting model laws and policies, providing analysis and recommendations on environmental change strategies, developing educational toolkits and fact sheets, and providing on-demand training, and technical assistance to support stakeholders in their policy reform efforts",
    "icon": "watch",
    "type": "Website",
    "sector": "All Sectors",
    "geographicScope": "All Scope",
    "publicHealthFocus": "All Health",
    "keywords": [
      "Law",
      "Policy",
      "Model Policy",
      "Planning",
      "Tool",
      "Assistance",
      "Changelab Solutions"
    ],
    "categories": [
      "All Sectors",
      "All Scope",
      "All Health"
    ]
  },
  {
    "title": "Funding Healthy Changes",
    "source": "Change Lab Solutions",
    "url": "http://changelabsolutions.org/funding-healthy-changes",
    "year": "",
    "description": "ChangeLab Solutions shows communities how policies can create stable sources of funding for healthy changes. We help identify and leverage existing sources of funding and create new funding sources so communities can create places where the healthy choice is the easy choice.",
    "icon": "watch",
    "type": "Website, Tool",
    "sector": "Policy, employers, government, public health, public safety, transportation, non-profit organizations, faith-based organizations",
    "geographicScope": "local, neighborhood, city, county",
    "publicHealthFocus": "All Health",
    "keywords": [
      "Funding",
      "Policy",
      "environmental health",
      "Tool",
      "Example",
      "Changelab Solutions"
    ],
    "categories": [
      "Policy",
      "employers",
      "government",
      "public health",
      "public safety",
      "transportation",
      "non-profit organizations",
      "faith-based organizations",
      "local",
      "neighborhood",
      "city",
      "county",
      "All Health"
    ]
  },
  {
    "title": "Healthy Housing",
    "source": "Change Lab Solutions",
    "url": "http://changelabsolutions.org/healthy-housing",
    "year": "",
    "description": "ChangeLab Solutions' Healthy Housing project works with communities around the country to make it easier for everyone to live in homes that are healthy. From healthier air inside the home to healthier neighborhoods, our policy programs make living better for everyone.",
    "icon": "watch",
    "type": "Website, Tool",
    "sector": "Policy, employers, government, public health, public safety, transportation, non-profit organizations, faith-based organizations",
    "geographicScope": "local, neighborhood, city, county",
    "publicHealthFocus": "environmental health, health equity",
    "keywords": [
      "Housing",
      "Policy",
      "environmental health",
      "Tool",
      "Guide",
      "Example",
      "Changelab Solutions"
    ],
    "categories": [
      "Policy",
      "employers",
      "government",
      "public health",
      "public safety",
      "transportation",
      "non-profit organizations",
      "faith-based organizations",
      "local",
      "neighborhood",
      "city",
      "county",
      "environmental health",
      "health equity"
    ]
  },
  {
    "title": "Designing Healthy Communities",
    "source": "Media Policy Center",
    "url": "http://designinghealthycommunities.org/",
    "year": "2011-2013",
    "description": "Designing Healthy Communities is a documentary series for PBS produced by Media Policy Center. The series is one component of a multimedia project that investigates how design of the built environment affects public health, and can be used as a tool in the fight against chronic diseases such as obesity and asthma. Communities that are featured range from large cities to smaller rural locales and include Detroit, Atlanta, Oakland, Roseto PA, Prairie Crossing IL, and Englewood CO. ",
    "icon": "film2",
    "type": "Video, Documentary Series",
    "sector": "Policy, government, public health, public safety, transportation, non-profit organizations, community/city planning, families, education, faith-based organizations",
    "geographicScope": "local, neighborhood, city, county",
    "publicHealthFocus": "environmental health, health equity",
    "keywords": [
      "environmental health",
      "Built environmental health",
      "Community",
      "Example",
      "Design",
      "Self-study"
    ],
    "categories": [
      "Policy",
      "government",
      "public health",
      "public safety",
      "transportation",
      "non-profit organizations",
      "community/city planning",
      "families",
      "education",
      "faith-based organizations",
      "local",
      "neighborhood",
      "city",
      "county",
      "environmental health",
      "health equity"
    ]
  },
  {
    "title": "Getting Involved in Transportation Planning: An Overview for Public Health Advocates",
    "source": "Change Lab Solutions",
    "url": "http://changelabsolutions.org/publications/getting-involved-transportation-planning",
    "year": "2013",
    "description": "This fact sheet, created in collaboration with TransForm, discusses the important link between transportation planning and health, describes the key players and processes of local and regional transportation planning, and suggests ways to advocate effectively for healthier transportation policies.",
    "icon": "read1",
    "type": "Fact sheet",
    "sector": "government, public health, public safety, transportation, non-profit organizations",
    "geographicScope": "local, neighborhood, city, county, regional",
    "publicHealthFocus": "environmental health, health equity",
    "keywords": [
      "Transportation",
      "Planning",
      "Policy",
      "Example",
      "Changelab Solutions"
    ],
    "categories": [
      "government",
      "public health",
      "public safety",
      "transportation",
      "non-profit organizations",
      "local",
      "neighborhood",
      "city",
      "county",
      "regional",
      "environmental health",
      "health equity"
    ]
  },
  {
    "title": "Video: Power Dynamics in Collaborative Processes",
    "source": "Collaborative Leaders Network",
    "url": "http://collaborativeleadersnetwork.org/ideas/power-dynamics/",
    "year": "",
    "description": "In this video, seasoned facilitators Cheryl Soon and Kem Lowry have a conversation about a number of power dynamics typically found in collaborative processes. They share what they have experienced and learned. Ultimately, they suggest that  power is not something to be avoided or feared. Instead, power dynamics should be embraced.",
    "icon": "film2",
    "type": "Video",
    "sector": "",
    "geographicScope": "",
    "publicHealthFocus": "",
    "keywords": [
      "Power Dynamics",
      "Collaboration",
      "Self-study",
      "Tool"
    ],
    "categories": []
  },
  {
    "title": "Red Flags in Collaborative Processes",
    "source": "Collaborative Leaders Network",
    "url": "http://collaborativeleadersnetwork.org/ideas/red-flags-in-collaborative-processes/",
    "year": "2013",
    "description": "Red flags are hazard indicators. They are storm warnings that suggest possible dangers that could jeopardize the success of an intended collaboration process.  Some flags may turn into showstoppers. Others could be game-changers or potentially have other rippling or cascade effects. Peter Adler contributed this list of 32 different red flags.",
    "icon": "read1",
    "type": "Tool",
    "sector": "",
    "geographicScope": "",
    "publicHealthFocus": "",
    "keywords": [
      "Collaboration",
      "Tool",
      "Checklist",
      "Red Flags"
    ],
    "categories": []
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  {
    "title": "Coalition Building II: Maintaining a Coalition",
    "source": "Community Tool Box",
    "url": "http://ctb.ku.edu/en/table-of-contents/assessment/promotion-strategies/maintain-a-coalition/main",
    "year": "2013",
    "description": "This resource addresses the importance of maintaining a coalition, what needs to be maintained, and how to maintain your work successfully. We'll also explore some alternatives to simple maintenance - coalition growth, for example, or changing direction, and even ending. But the key point about maintenance is that it won't happen all by itself. It takes effort - conscious, planned, and ongoing.",
    "icon": "watch",
    "type": "Tool",
    "sector": "government, public health, non-profit organizations, private",
    "geographicScope": "local, Neighborhood, city, county, state, regional",
    "publicHealthFocus": "",
    "keywords": [
      "Coalition Building",
      "Community",
      "Checklist",
      "Example",
      "Tool"
    ],
    "categories": [
      "government",
      "public health",
      "non-profit organizations",
      "private",
      "local",
      "Neighborhood",
      "city",
      "county",
      "state",
      "regional"
    ]
  },
  {
    "title": "Coalition Building I: Starting a Coalition",
    "source": "Community Tool Box",
    "url": "http://ctb.ku.edu/en/table-of-contents/assessment/promotion-strategies/start-a-coaltion/main",
    "year": "2013",
    "description": "Often, community problems or issues are too large and complex for any one agency or organization. In those circumstances, putting together a coalition of groups and individuals can be an effective strategy for bringing the community's resources to bear, and getting everyone moving in the same direction. In this section, we'll discuss just what a community coalition is, why and when it can be a good strategy, who should belong to it, and how to get it started.",
    "icon": "watch",
    "type": "Tool",
    "sector": "government, public health, non-profit organizations, private",
    "geographicScope": "local, neighborhood, city ",
    "publicHealthFocus": "",
    "keywords": [
      "Coalition Building",
      "Community",
      "Checklist",
      "Example",
      "Tool"
    ],
    "categories": [
      "government",
      "public health",
      "non-profit organizations",
      "private",
      "local",
      "neighborhood",
      "city"
    ]
  },
  {
    "title": "Cross-Sectoral Collaboration in the School Fruit Scheme: Developing Methodologies and Building Capacity to Advance the Implementation of HiAP and Achieve Health Equity",
    "source": "EuroHealthNet",
    "url": "http://ec.europa.eu/agriculture/sfs/documents/expert/14-03-2013/costongs_en.pdf",
    "year": "",
    "description": "This presentation describes a study conducted to find out whether the EU's School Fruit Scheme has had an impact on cross-sectoral cooperation and to learn from these experiences. ",
    "icon": "read1",
    "type": "Presentation ",
    "sector": "public health, industry, education, government",
    "geographicScope": "local, city, county, state, international",
    "publicHealthFocus": "healthy eating, health equity",
    "keywords": [
      "Capacity Building",
      "Health In All Policies",
      "Equity",
      "Example",
      "Case Study"
    ],
    "categories": [
      "public health",
      "industry",
      "education",
      "government",
      "local",
      "city",
      "county",
      "state",
      "international",
      "healthy eating",
      "health equity"
    ]
  },
  {
    "title": "Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) ",
    "source": "The Global Health Group",
    "url": "http://globalhealthsciences.ucsf.edu/global-health-group/private-sector-healthcare-initiative-pshi/research/public-private-partnerships",
    "year": "2014",
    "description": "In order to serve as a thought leader and repository of information on private sector delivery of health services, the Global Health Group's Private Sector Healthcare Initiative works to document, evaluate, and disseminate knowledge about PPP experiences in low- and middle-income developing countries. This webpage describes the work being done. ",
    "icon": "watch",
    "type": "Webpage",
    "sector": "healthcare, government, non-profit organizations, industry, private",
    "geographicScope": "international",
    "publicHealthFocus": "access to care",
    "keywords": [
      "Partnership",
      "Model",
      "Example",
      "Low-income",
      "Evaluation",
      "Global Health"
    ],
    "categories": [
      "healthcare",
      "government",
      "non-profit organizations",
      "industry",
      "private",
      "international",
      "access to care"
    ]
  },
  {
    "title": "Public-Private Investment Partnerships for Health: An Atlas of Innovation",
    "source": "The Global Health Group",
    "url": "http://globalhealthsciences.ucsf.edu/sites/default/files/content/ghg/hsi-ppip-atlas.pdf",
    "year": "2010",
    "description": "This atlas identifies the primary goals and structures of Public-Private Investment Partnerships (PPIPs) and provides high-level overviews of the 12 most innovative PPIPs worldwide.",
    "icon": "read1",
    "type": "Report",
    "sector": "healthcare, education, government, non-profit organizations, industry",
    "geographicScope": "international",
    "publicHealthFocus": "",
    "keywords": [
      "Partnership",
      "Model",
      "Example",
      "Global Health"
    ],
    "categories": [
      "healthcare",
      "education",
      "government",
      "non-profit organizations",
      "industry",
      "international"
    ]
  },
  {
    "title": "Health System Innovation in Lesotho Design and early operations of the Maseru public-private integrated partnership",
    "source": "The Global Health Group and UCSF Global Health Sciences",
    "url": "http://globalhealthsciences.ucsf.edu/sites/default/files/content/ghg/pshi-lesotho-ppip-report-exec-summary.pdf",
    "year": "2013",
    "description": "The first product of the UCSF/PwC Public-Private Partnership (PPP) Fellowship is a new case study detailing the design and launch of an innovative public-private integrated partnership (PPIP) &madsh; a specialized form of PPP &madsh; to dramatically improve delivery of healthcare in the Kingdom of Lesotho in southern Africa. The Lesotho PPIP is the first such partnership in Africa, and the first in a lower income country. The case study chronicles the decisions that led to the initiation of the PPIP, describes the design and contracting phases, and summarizes experience and early lessons from the project, from groundbreaking through the first year of operation.",
    "icon": "read1",
    "type": "Case Study",
    "sector": "healthcare, education, government, non-profit organizations, industry",
    "geographicScope": "international",
    "publicHealthFocus": "access to care",
    "keywords": [
      "Case Study",
      "Example",
      "Partnership",
      "Low-income",
      "Global Health"
    ],
    "categories": [
      "healthcare",
      "education",
      "government",
      "non-profit organizations",
      "industry",
      "international",
      "access to care"
    ]
  },
  {
    "title": "Cross-Sector Collaboration: Lessons from the International Trachoma Initiative",
    "source": "Harvard Business School",
    "url": "http://hbswk.hbs.edu/item/1731.html",
    "year": "2000",
    "description": "Alliances between for-profit and nonprofit organizations are evolving from arms-length relationships into strategic partnerships. A study of the collaboration between the Clark Foundation and Pfizer, Inc. reveals what it takes to make them work.",
    "icon": "watch",
    "type": "Case Study ",
    "sector": "healthcare, non-profit organizations, industry, private",
    "geographicScope": " international",
    "publicHealthFocus": "communicable disease prevention",
    "keywords": [
      "Case Study",
      "Example",
      "Pharmaceutical",
      "Global Health"
    ],
    "categories": [
      "healthcare",
      "non-profit organizations",
      "industry",
      "private",
      "international",
      "communicable disease prevention"
    ]
  },
  {
    "title": "National Prevention Council Action Plan: Implementing the National Prevention Strategy",
    "source": "US Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the Surgeon General",
    "url": "http://healthyamericans.org/assets/files/National%20Prevention%20Council%20Action%20Plan_FINAL%20for%20prin%20pt%202t.pdf",
    "year": "2012",
    "description": "The National Prevention Council Action Plan outlines the federal commitment to implementing the vision, goal, priorities, and recommendations of the nations first ever National Prevention Strategy. This action plan is a direct result of the National PreventionCouncils leadership and highlights the important contributions that each member department is making to ensure the health, well-being, and resilience of the American people.The National Prevention Council comprises 17 federal departments that are incorporating prevention in their activities. This action plan demonstrates how these departments are implementing prevention efforts, in line with their respective missions, to achieve the National Prevention Strategy goal of increasing the number of Americans who are healthy at every stage of life.",
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    "type": "Report",
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    "geographicScope": "neighborhood, city, county, local, state, regional, national, tribal",
    "publicHealthFocus": "All Health",
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      "Implementation Plan",
      "Action Plan",
      "Health In All Policies",
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      "All Sectors",
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      "national",
      "tribal",
      "All Health"
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    "title": "Facilitating Health and Education Sector Collaboration in Support of Comprehensive School Health",
    "source": "Canadian Public Health Association",
    "url": "http://journal.cpha.ca/index.php/cjph/article/view/1912",
    "year": "2010",
    "description": "Governments represent just one group of professionals within the myriad of players involved in implementing comprehensive school health (CHS) in Canada. To be effective contributors to the model, all levels of government need to work together to reduce duplication while at the same time minimizing gaps in the policies and practices that support school health promotion. Collaboration between the health and education sectors within and across governmental boundaries is proving to be an effective mechanism for achieving this. In its first five-year mandate, the Pan Canadian Joint Consortium for School Health has broken new ground in horizontal integration and, as a result, has identified a set of key factors necessary for successful cross-sector collaboration.",
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    "type": "Journal Paper",
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    "geographicScope": "international",
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    "title": "MakingHealthEasier.org",
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    "year": "",
    "description": "CDC social networking site where CDC funded communities and their partners share stories and resources",
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    "type": "webpage",
    "sector": "",
    "geographicScope": "neighborhood, city, county, local, state, regional, national, tribal",
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    "title": "MAPP Network",
    "source": "National Association of County & City Health Officials",
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    "year": "2014",
    "description": "Mobilizing for Action through Planning and Partnerships (MAPP) is a strategic approach to community health improvement. This tool helps communities improve health and quality of life through community-wide strategic planning. Using MAPP, communities seek to achieve optimal health by identifying and using their resources wisely, taking into account their unique circumstances and needs, and forming effective partnerships for strategic action.",
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    "type": "Forum",
    "sector": "",
    "geographicScope": "local, neighborhood, city, county",
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      "local",
      "neighborhood",
      "city",
      "county"
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  {
    "title": "Building Coalitions among Communities of Color: A Multicultural Approach",
    "source": "Maryland State Partnership Initiative, Office of Minority Health",
    "url": "http://minorityhealth.hhs.gov/Assets/pdf/Checked/ShireGuide.pdf",
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    "description": "This guide presents ten strategies and their corresponding steps. Strategies are key building blocks for the construction of a CACC. The absence of any of these key elements could result in an organizations failure to reach its full potential. Steps represent activities that, based on experience, can be effective ways to attain each strategy. The reader will find illustrations of how strategies and steps are understood and applied throughout the document, in the form of exhibits, sidebars (vignettes, anecdotes and parables), quotations, and lessons learned/insights.",
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    "geographicScope": "local, neighborhood, city, county",
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      "local",
      "neighborhood",
      "city",
      "county",
      "health equity",
      "environmental health"
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    "title": "MN Diabetes Collective Impact Blueprint",
    "source": "Minnesota Health Action Group",
    "url": "http://mnhealthactiongroup.org/taking-action/engagement/trends-and-best-practices/mn-diabetes-collective-impact-blueprint/",
    "year": "2013",
    "description": "In Spring 2012, the Minnesota Department of Health's Diabetes Program and the University of Minnesota and Mayo partnership &mdash; Decade of Discovery &mdash; convened a series of meetings with Minnesota leaders and diabetes stakeholders to discuss a novel approach, &ldquo;Collective Impact\" as a model to increase the scope and impact of promising but disjointed efforts to reduce the impact of diabetes in Minnesota. This report, or blueprint, describes the Minnesota Diabetes Collective Impact Initiative ",
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    "type": "Case Study",
    "sector": "government, public health, families, non-profit organizations, faith-based organizations",
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    "publicHealthFocus": "chronic disease prevention",
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      "city",
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      "chronic disease prevention"
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    "title": "NACCHO's FAQs on HiAP",
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    "description": "NACCHO's Frequently Asked Questions on Health in All Policies (HiAP) answers the most common questions regarding Health in All Policies and its implementation. There are also links to useful examples at different levels of government: federal, state, and local.",
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    "type": "Tool",
    "sector": "Policy, Government, healthcare, public health, non-profit organizations",
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  {
    "title": "Maryland Works: A Worksite Wellness Toolkit",
    "source": "National Governors Association",
    "url": "http://www.healthyactivemaryland.org/NPA/Worksite/Maryland_Works_Toolkit.pdf",
    "year": "",
    "description": "This toolkit is divided into sections that address how to start a worksite wellness program, assess the worksite, select healthy eating and physical activity programs, and evaluate them. All the necessary information is provided, from how to do an employee survey to selecting the right program. Within each section are descriptions of the benefits, implementation steps, examples, and additional resources for each area.",
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    "type": "Toolkit",
    "sector": "employers, government, public health",
    "geographicScope": "local",
    "publicHealthFocus": "healthy eating, active living, tobacco-free living, chronic disease prevention",
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      "Worksite Wellness",
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      "employers",
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      "active living",
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  {
    "title": "Partnerships: Frameworks for Working Together",
    "source": "Strengthening Nonprofits",
    "url": "http://strengtheningnonprofits.org/resources/e-learning/online/partnerships/",
    "year": "",
    "description": "In this e-learning lesson you will learn about the typical components found in effective partnerships, the different forms that partnerships can take, the steps to establishing effective partnerships, and how to manage and bring closure to partnerships.",
    "icon": "watch",
    "type": "Continuing Education",
    "sector": "",
    "geographicScope": "",
    "publicHealthFocus": "",
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      "Partnership",
      "Self-study",
      "Tool"
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    "categories": []
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  {
    "title": "Partnerships: Frameworks for Working Together",
    "source": "Strengthening Nonprofits",
    "url": "http://strengtheningnonprofits.org/resources/guidebooks/Partnerships.pdf",
    "year": "",
    "description": "The Partnerships: Framework for Working Together guidebook will be helpful to any organization or coalition of organizations that wants to know more about establishing and managing partnerships.",
    "icon": "read1",
    "type": "Tool",
    "sector": "",
    "geographicScope": "",
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  {
    "title": "The Partnering Initiative",
    "source": "The Partnering Initiative",
    "url": "http://thepartneringinitiative.org",
    "year": "",
    "description": "The Partnering Initiative is dedicated to driving widespread, systematic and effective collaboration between civil society, government and companies towards a sustainable future.",
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    "type": "Organization",
    "sector": "",
    "geographicScope": "international",
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      "international"
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  {
    "title": "Current practice in the evaluation of cross-sector partnerships for sustainable development  ",
    "source": "The Partnering Initiative",
    "url": "http://thepartneringinitiative.org/publications/research-papers/current-practice-in-the-evaluation-of-cross-sector-partnerships-for-sustainable-development/",
    "year": "2008",
    "description": "The goal of the project was to assess the \"how and what\" of what concerns partnership practitioners in evaluating the cross-sector partnerships in which they are involved. The motivation was to identify the ingredients of a successful partnership evaluation and to identify priorities for further research and development of tools for evaluating cross-sector partnerships.",
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    "type": "Research",
    "sector": "",
    "geographicScope": "international",
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    "categories": [
      "international"
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  },
  {
    "title": "Partnership Matters Journal",
    "source": "The Partnering Initiative",
    "url": "http://thepartneringinitiative.org/w/resources/partnership-matters-journal/",
    "year": "2003-2006",
    "description": "The Partnership Matters Journal explores a range of topics in cross-sector partnerships and drew on the work on those involved in the IBLF and University of Cambridge Programme for Industry Post-graduate Certificate in Cross-Sector Partnerships programme. There are four issues of the journal available to download.",
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    "type": "Journal",
    "sector": "",
    "geographicScope": "international",
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    "categories": [
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  {
    "title": "The Partnering Toolbook",
    "source": "The Partnering Initiative",
    "url": "http://thepartneringinitiative.org/w/resources/toolbook-series/the-partnering-toolbook/",
    "year": "2011",
    "description": "The Partnering Toolbook offers a concise overview of the essential elements that make for effective partnering.",
    "icon": "read1",
    "type": "Tool",
    "sector": "",
    "geographicScope": "international",
    "publicHealthFocus": "",
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  {
    "title": "The Partnering with Governments Navigator",
    "source": "The Partnering Initiative",
    "url": "http://thepartneringinitiative.org/w/resources/toolbook-series/the-partnering-with-governments-navigator/",
    "year": "2010",
    "description": "The Partnering with Governments Navigator is aimed at assisting donors, NGOS and practitioners from the private sector in navigating the challenges and seizing the opportunities of partnership with governments. The Navigator outlines a selection of key issues for consideration when working with public sector partners and shares pointers for reflecting upon and addressing these.",
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    "type": "Toolkit",
    "sector": "government, non-profit organizations, private",
    "geographicScope": "international",
    "publicHealthFocus": "",
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      "government",
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  {
    "title": "The Vitality Institute Commission on Health Promotion and the Prevention of Chronic Disease in Working-Age Americans",
    "source": "Vitality Institute",
    "url": "http://thevitalityinstitute.org/commission/",
    "year": "2014",
    "description": "The Commission is working to close the gaps in evidence and place the power of prevention at the center of health policies and actions in the US. We focus on preventing major non-communicable diseases - cancer, diabetes, cardiovascular and chronic respiratory diseases, musculoskeletal disorders, and mental illness - which threaten the economic competitiveness and the vitality of our nation. By working with stakeholders from across all sectors of society, we are dedicated to creating solutions that address the issues in bold and transformative ways.",
    "icon": "watch",
    "type": "Toolkit",
    "sector": "All Sectors",
    "geographicScope": "neighborhood, city, county, local, state, regional, national, tribal",
    "publicHealthFocus": "physical activity, active living, disabilities, healthy aging, chronic disease prevention, prevention, preventing drug and alcohol abuse, healthy eating, environmental health, health equity, tobacco-free living, mental and emotional wellbeing",
    "keywords": [
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    "categories": [
      "All Sectors",
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      "preventing drug and alcohol abuse",
      "healthy eating",
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      "health equity",
      "tobacco-free living",
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  {
    "title": "The power of partnership: how to seize the potential",
    "source": "Sodexo and ZPB Associates ",
    "url": "http://uk.sodexo.com/uken/Images/The-Power-of-Partnership336-745600.pdf",
    "year": "2013",
    "description": "This report aims to promote the use of partnership arrangements and to offer practical advice and useful case studies of partnership working. The focus is on cross-sector partnerships designed to deliver clinical and other services for the NHS. It is aimed both at boards considering and overseeing partnerships, and managers responsible for procuring and managing them",
    "icon": "read1",
    "type": "Tool",
    "sector": "healthcare, non-profit organizations, private, government",
    "geographicScope": "",
    "publicHealthFocus": " access to care",
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    "categories": [
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  {
    "title": "VetoViolence: Child Maltreatment is a Public Health Issue",
    "source": "Centers for Disease Control and Prevention",
    "url": "https://vetoviolence.cdc.gov/apps/phl/framework.html",
    "year": "",
    "description": "This framework presents the case that child maltreatment is a complex problem, and prevention of it requires the work of a broad range of agencies and organizations.",
    "icon": "watch",
    "type": "Website",
    "sector": "child care, education, government, non-profit organizations, public health, public safety, legal/judicial system",
    "geographicScope": "state",
    "publicHealthFocus": "environmental health, health equity, mental and emotional wellbeing",
    "keywords": [
      "Child Maltreatment",
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    "categories": [
      "child care",
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  {
    "title": "About the Health Equity Initiative",
    "source": "Multnomah County, Oregon",
    "url": "http://web.multco.us/health/health-equity-initiative",
    "year": "",
    "description": "Launched in June 2007, the Health Equity Initiative is a county-wide effort focused on health inequities that also collaborates with local organizations to support policy change and monitor results. ",
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    "sector": "government, non-profit organizations",
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    "keywords": [
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  {
    "title": "Building Skills: Advancing Company-Community Engagement for Sustainable Societies ",
    "source": "Access Health Worldwide",
    "url": "http://www.accesshealthworldwide.org/buildingskills",
    "year": "2014",
    "description": "This website provides tools and information for businesses, nonprofits, public agencies, and individuals interested in learning from practitioners how to build the trust, knowledge, and skills they see as essential for successful partnerships. These tools and information are based on the knowledge and experiences of businesses and nonprofit organizations partnering with each other and public agencies at the local level. We use this information in courses we teach on how to partner across sectors. ACCESS-HW is a project of the Public Health Institute (PHI) that generates and promotes research, leadership, and partnerships to advance public health worldwide.",
    "icon": "watch",
    "type": "Toolkit",
    "sector": "government, public health, industry, non-profit organizations, private",
    "geographicScope": "local, city, county, neighborhood, international",
    "publicHealthFocus": "All Health",
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      "Partnership",
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  {
    "title": "Systems-Level Impact: Using the Collective Impact Framework for Public Health Systems Building",
    "source": "Association of Maternal & Child Health Programs",
    "url": "http://www.amchp.org/AboutAMCHP/Newsletters/Pulse/Archive/2012/NovDec2012/Pages/Feature5.aspx",
    "year": "2012",
    "description": "In order to make progress on improving systems, public health partnerships should embody a collective impact approach to improving social outcomes. Collective impact is the commitment of a group of important actors from different sectors to a common agenda for solving a specific social problem. Social innovation researchers found that successful collective impact initiatives have five core characteristic described in this newsletter.",
    "icon": "watch",
    "type": "Website",
    "sector": "public health, government, non-profit organizations, private",
    "geographicScope": "",
    "publicHealthFocus": "",
    "keywords": [
      "Collective Impact",
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      "public health",
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  {
    "title": "At the Intersection of Public Health and Transportation: Promoting Healthy Transportation Policy ",
    "source": "American Public Health Association ",
    "url": "https://www.apha.org/~/media/files/pdf/factsheets/at_the_intersection_public_health_and_transportation.ashx ",
    "year": "2009",
    "description": "The US transportation system consists of a complex array of roads, highways, bridges, ferries, ports, public transit, and bike and walking paths that allow people and goods to get from one place to another. These systems, along with their design and construction, help shape communities and affect the health of the people who  live, work, and play in them. Transforming the current system to achieve transportation policy that helps to improve public health and safety will require a convergence of many disciplines, such as public health, planning, engineering, and environmental studies. Because of the significant effect of the built environment on health and the direct effect that transportation decisions have on land-use and community design, public health practitioners have a critical role to play to achieve this transformation. This report is intended for the public health community. It provides evidence-based information about how transportation policy and practice affect public health. It describes federal transportation policy and how to smartly use our transportation dollars to move commerce and people from place to place while building healthier communities. Finally, it introduces Transportation for America (T4America), a national grassroots coalition working to transformational transportation policy.",
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    "type": "Report",
    "sector": "policy, government, public health, public safety, transportation, community/city planning ",
    "geographicScope": "Neighborhood, city, county, local, state, regional, national",
    "publicHealthFocus": "active living, environmental health, health equity",
    "keywords": [
      "Transportation",
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    "categories": [
      "policy",
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      "public health",
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  {
    "title": "Health in All Policies: Lessons Learned from California",
    "source": "American Public Health Association ",
    "url": "http://action.apha.org/site/MessageViewer?dlv_id=34312&em_id=29441.0",
    "year": "2012",
    "description": "Health in All Policies is a collaborative approach to improve health by incorporating health considerations into decision-making across all policy areas. This webinar provided an overview of the Health in All Policies approach and reviewed the work of California's Health in All Policies Task Force - the first state-level, United States effort to institutionalize this approach.",
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    "type": "Webinar",
    "sector": "government",
    "geographicScope": "state",
    "publicHealthFocus": "All Health",
    "keywords": [
      "Webinar",
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    "categories": [
      "government",
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  },
  {
    "title": "APHA: Health in All Policies (HiAP) Resources",
    "source": "American Public Health Association",
    "url": "http://www.apha.org/topics-and-issues/healthy-communities/health-in-all-policies",
    "year": "2014",
    "description": "Website contains slides for multiple 2013 Health in All Policies (HiAP) presentations as well as link to \"Health in All Policies: A Guide for State and Local Governments\"",
    "icon": "watch",
    "type": "Toolkit",
    "sector": "government",
    "geographicScope": "state, local, city, county, neighborhood",
    "publicHealthFocus": "All Health",
    "keywords": [
      "Health In All Policies",
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    "categories": [
      "government",
      "state",
      "local",
      "city",
      "county",
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      "All Health"
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  {
    "title": "Why Cross-Sector Partnerships Are Increasingly Essential to Creating Positive Change",
    "source": "Arabella Advisors",
    "url": "http://www.arabellaadvisors.com/2013/12/20/why-cross-sector-partnerships-are-increasingly-essential-to-creating-positive-change/#axzz35C5Ns52B",
    "year": "2013",
    "description": "Written by Robert Harrison, CEO of the Clinton Global Initiative, this blog post discusses why making real headway on the most urgent global challenges will require partnerships that allow multiple stakeholders from different sectors to pool resources, experiences, and skills.",
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    "type": "Blog",
    "sector": "",
    "geographicScope": "international",
    "publicHealthFocus": "",
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      "international"
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  },
  {
    "title": "Association of State and Territorial Health Officials",
    "source": "Association of State and Territorial Health Officials",
    "url": "http://www.astho.org/default.aspx",
    "year": "2015",
    "description": "ASTHO promotes public health nationwide by bringing together leading experts to address issues including pandemic influenza, public health threats from hurricanes and other natural disasters, dangerous trends in unhealthy lifestyles, and access to vaccines and other healthcare. ASTHO is the national nonprofit organization representing public health agencies in the United state, the U.S. Territories, and the District of Columbia, and over 100,000 public health professionals these agencies employ. ASTHO members, the chief health officials of these jurisdictions, formulate and influence sound public health policy and ensure excellence in state-based public health practice. ASTHO's primary function is to track, evaluate, and advise members on the impact and formation of public or private health policy which may affect them and to provide them with guidance and technical assistance on improving the nation's health. The ASTHO website connects visitors to programs, events, public policy, research, and member services. ",
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    "type": "Organization",
    "sector": "government, public health, policy",
    "geographicScope": "neighborhood, city, county, local, state, regional, national, tribal",
    "publicHealthFocus": "all health",
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      "ASTHO",
      "Forum",
      "Resources",
      "Connect",
      "Meeting",
      "Funding Opportunities"
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    "categories": [
      "government",
      "public health",
      "policy",
      "neighborhood",
      "city",
      "county",
      "local",
      "state",
      "regional",
      "national",
      "tribal",
      "all health"
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  },
  {
    "title": "A Word from the Director of the Office of National Prevention Strategy",
    "source": "National Conference on State Legislatures",
    "url": "http://youtu.be/8yn0fa4oyZ8",
    "year": "2013",
    "description": "Brigette Ulin, director of Office of National Prevention Strategy, discusses how this department under the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention aims to improve the overall health and well-being of Americans.",
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    "type": "Video",
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    "geographicScope": "neighborhood, city, county, local, state, regional, national, tribal",
    "publicHealthFocus": "physical activity, active living, disabilities, healthy aging, chronic disease prevention, prevention, preventing drug and alcohol abuse, healthy eating, environmental health, health equity, tobacco-free living, mental and emotional wellbeing",
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      "Partnership",
      "National Prevention Strategy",
      "Health In All Policies"
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      "All Sectors",
      "neighborhood",
      "city",
      "county",
      "local",
      "state",
      "regional",
      "national",
      "tribal",
      "physical activity",
      "active living",
      "disabilities",
      "healthy aging",
      "chronic disease prevention",
      "prevention",
      "preventing drug and alcohol abuse",
      "healthy eating",
      "environmental health",
      "health equity",
      "tobacco-free living",
      "mental and emotional wellbeing"
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  },
  {
    "title": "Implementing the National Prevention Strategy: 2013 State Partners Meetings Overview ",
    "source": "Association of State and Territorial Health Officials",
    "url": "http://www.astho.org/NPS/2013-State-Partners-Meetings-Overview/",
    "year": "2013",
    "description": "This document describes the formation of the partnership, details the cross-sector approach to prevention that the group discussed, includes examples of partner organizations &mdash; initiatives, and lists the opportunities for multi-sector collaboration that the group identified through a series of meetings in 2013.",
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    "type": "Report",
    "sector": "All Sectors",
    "geographicScope": "neighborhood, city, county, local, state, regional, national, tribal",
    "publicHealthFocus": "physical activity, active living, disabilities, healthy aging, chronic disease prevention, prevention, preventing drug and alcohol abuse, healthy eating, environmental health, health equity, tobacco-free living, mental and emotional wellbeing",
    "keywords": [
      "Partnership",
      "National Prevention Strategy",
      "Health In All Policies",
      "ASTHO"
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      "All Sectors",
      "neighborhood",
      "city",
      "county",
      "local",
      "state",
      "regional",
      "national",
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      "physical activity",
      "active living",
      "disabilities",
      "healthy aging",
      "chronic disease prevention",
      "prevention",
      "preventing drug and alcohol abuse",
      "healthy eating",
      "environmental health",
      "health equity",
      "tobacco-free living",
      "mental and emotional wellbeing"
    ]
  },
  {
    "title": "NPS Implementation Toolkit",
    "source": "Association of State and Territorial Health Officials",
    "url": "http://www.astho.org/NPS/Toolkit/",
    "year": "2015",
    "description": "This tool allows users to learn about and obtain resources related to each Strategic Direction and Priority Area of the National Prevention Strategy. ",
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    "type": "Tool",
    "sector": "All Sectors",
    "geographicScope": "neighborhood, city, county, local, state, regional, national, tribal",
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    "keywords": [
      "Partnership",
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      "active living",
      "disabilities",
      "healthy aging",
      "chronic disease prevention",
      "prevention",
      "preventing drug and alcohol abuse",
      "healthy eating",
      "environmental health",
      "health equity",
      "tobacco-free living",
      "mental and emotional wellbeing"
    ]
  },
  {
    "title": "Health in All Policies: Strategies to Promote Innovative Leadership",
    "source": "Association of State and Territorial Health Officials",
    "url": "http://www.astho.org/Programs/Prevention/Implementing-the-National-Prevention-Strategy/HiAP-Toolkit/",
    "year": "",
    "description": "In support of the National Prevention Strategy, ASTHO produced this innovative resource to educate and empower public health leaders to promote a Health in All Policies (HiAP) approach to policymaking and program development. By collaborating across multiple sectors to address health disparities and empower individuals, promoting healthy community, and ensuring quality clinical and community preventive services, we can increase the number of Americans who are healthy at every stage of life. To support your efforts, a description of the National Prevention Strategy is enclosed along with key talking points to explain a HiAP approach to other leaders in your state or locality's government, characteristics of successful cross-sector collaboration, and a collection of state stories meant to inspire you into action.",
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      "city",
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      "state",
      "physical activity",
      "active living",
      "disabilities",
      "healthy aging",
      "chronic disease prevention",
      "prevention",
      "preventing drug and alcohol abuse",
      "healthy eating",
      "environmental health",
      "health equity",
      "tobacco-free living",
      "mental and emotional wellbeing"
    ]
  },
  {
    "title": "Built Environment and Public Health Curriculum",
    "source": "Georgia Institute of Technology",
    "url": "http://www.bephc.com/",
    "year": "",
    "description": "This website provides a response to the need for enhanced communication and thus understanding among the planning and public health educators and professionals through the offering of an interdisciplinary undergraduate, graduate, or continuing education curriculum. This curriculum is flexible enough to be offered as a full semester course, individual units or single class modules or individual assignments. This website also provides opportunity for faculty and other users to share comments, amendments and develop collaborations at the intersection of the built environment and health.",
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    "type": "Tool",
    "sector": "public health, education, government, non-profit organizations, transportation",
    "geographicScope": "",
    "publicHealthFocus": "disabilities, healthy aging, environmental health, active living, health equity, healthy eating",
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      "Tool",
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      "Health Impact Assessment"
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      "public health",
      "education",
      "government",
      "non-profit organizations",
      "transportation",
      "disabilities",
      "healthy aging",
      "environmental health",
      "active living",
      "health equity",
      "healthy eating"
    ]
  },
  {
    "title": "Intersectoral Collaboration for Health: Reports from Local Health Departments",
    "source": "American Public Health Association, via the Build Healthy Places Network",
    "url": "http://www.buildhealthyplaces.org/resources/intersectoral-collaboration-for-health-reports-from-local-health-departments/",
    "year": "2012",
    "description": "This 90-minute webinar includes a short overview of the Health in All Policies (HiAP) approach, and an introduction to the work of Baltimore's Cross Agency Health Taskforce and Sonoma's Health Action, including history, accomplishments, and a discussion of the lessons learned from these exciting local initiatives.",
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    "type": "Webinar",
    "sector": "government, public health, education, families, industry, transportation, non-profit organizations",
    "geographicScope": "local, neighborhood",
    "publicHealthFocus": "health equity, environmental health, active living, healthy eating, tobacco-free living, preventing drug and alcohol abuse",
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      "government",
      "public health",
      "education",
      "families",
      "industry",
      "transportation",
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      "local",
      "neighborhood",
      "health equity",
      "environmental health",
      "active living",
      "healthy eating",
      "tobacco-free living",
      "preventing drug and alcohol abuse"
    ]
  },
  {
    "title": "Comprehensive Early Childhood System-Building: A Tool To Inform Discussions On Collaborative, Cross-Sector Planning",
    "source": "Build Initiative",
    "url": "http://www.buildinitiative.org/Portals/0/Uploads/Documents/ECSWG%20Systems%20Planning%20Tool_2014.pdf",
    "year": "",
    "description": "The purpose of this tool is to help state and community leaders improve the capacity of their early childhood system. Comprehensive early childhood systems require work across the Health, Early Learning and Development, and Family Support and Leadership sectors in order to achieve agreed-upon goals for thriving children and families. The tool is based on the framework and accompanying graphic developed by the Early Childhood System Working Group (ECSWG).",
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    "sector": "child care, education, government, non-profit organizations, public health, families",
    "geographicScope": "state, local, city, county, neighborhood",
    "publicHealthFocus": "mental and emotional wellbeing, environmental health, healthy eating, disabilities, health equity",
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      "public health",
      "families",
      "state",
      "local",
      "city",
      "county",
      "neighborhood",
      "mental and emotional wellbeing",
      "environmental health",
      "healthy eating",
      "disabilities",
      "health equity"
    ]
  },
  {
    "title": "Healthy Transportation Network",
    "source": "California Active community",
    "url": "http://www.caactivecommunities.org/htn/",
    "year": "",
    "description": "The Healthy Transportation Network is a project of California Active Communities in collaboration with the State & Local Injury Control Section of the California Department of Public Health; the California Bicycle Coalition; Local Government Commission; and the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy California Field Office.",
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    "type": "Project",
    "sector": "transportation, government, public safety, public health, non-profit organizations",
    "geographicScope": "neighborhood, local, city",
    "publicHealthFocus": "active living, environmental health",
    "keywords": [
      "Transportation",
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      "public health",
      "non-profit organizations",
      "neighborhood",
      "local",
      "city",
      "active living",
      "environmental health"
    ]
  },
  {
    "title": "Building Healthy community",
    "source": "The California Endowment",
    "url": "http://www.calendow.org/places/ ",
    "year": "",
    "description": "In 2010, The California Endowment embarked on a new, 10-year strategic direction: Building Healthy Communities. Our goal is to support the development of communities where kids and youth are healthy, safe and ready to learn. Communities are regions, cities, neighborhoods and include some tribal lands.",
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    "type": "Project",
    "sector": "government, healthcare, families, public health, non-profit organizations, education",
    "geographicScope": "regional, city, neighborhood, local, tribal",
    "publicHealthFocus": "environmental health, health equity, chronic disease prevention, healthy eating ",
    "keywords": [
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      "city",
      "neighborhood",
      "local",
      "tribal",
      "environmental health",
      "health equity",
      "chronic disease prevention",
      "healthy eating"
    ]
  },
  {
    "title": "Health happens in neighborhoods",
    "source": "The California Endowment",
    "url": "http://www.calendow.org/neighborhoods/",
    "year": "",
    "description": "Page geared toward public to increase awareness of how \"place\" impacts healthy, strategies to negate, and current issues.",
    "icon": "watch",
    "type": "Tool",
    "sector": "public safety, public health, non-profit organizations",
    "geographicScope": "neighborhood",
    "publicHealthFocus": "active living, healthy eating, environmental health, mental and emotional wellbeing",
    "keywords": [
      "Health In All Policies",
      "Social Determinants Of Health",
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    "categories": [
      "public safety",
      "public health",
      "non-profit organizations",
      "neighborhood",
      "active living",
      "healthy eating",
      "environmental health",
      "mental and emotional wellbeing"
    ]
  },
  {
    "title": "The Guide: Identifying Vulnerable Older Adults and Legal Options for Increasing Their Protection During All-Hazards Emergencies: A Cross-Sector Guide for States and Communities ",
    "source": "Centers for Disease Control and Prevention",
    "url": "https://www.cdc.gov/aging/emergency/planning_tools/guide.htm",
    "year": "2012",
    "description": "This guide aims to equip public health officials, the aging services network, emergency management, and essential partners from other sectors and at all jurisdictional levels with critical information, strategies, and resources to improve the planning for and protection of vulnerable community-dwelling older adults during all-hazards public health emergencies. The guide covers topic areas such as developing plans, partnering and collaboration, using data for action, building registries, using law-based solutions, sheltering, and caregiver preparedness.",
    "icon": "read1",
    "type": "Guide",
    "sector": "public health, government, public safety",
    "geographicScope": "state, community, local, city, county",
    "publicHealthFocus": "healthy aging, environmental health",
    "keywords": [
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      "Planning",
      "Guide",
      "Tool",
      "Partnership",
      "Collaboration",
      "CDC"
    ],
    "categories": [
      "public health",
      "government",
      "public safety",
      "state",
      "community",
      "local",
      "city",
      "county",
      "healthy aging",
      "environmental health"
    ]
  },
  {
    "title": "Cross-sector collaboration",
    "source": "Centers for Disease Control and Prevention",
    "url": "https://www.cdc.gov/aging/emergency/planning_tools/guide/collaboration.html?mobile=false",
    "year": "2012",
    "description": "This CDC webpage describes cross-sector collaboration in relation to preparedness planning for older adults. ",
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    "type": "Guide",
    "sector": "All Sectors",
    "geographicScope": "All Scope",
    "publicHealthFocus": "healthy aging",
    "keywords": [
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      "Planning",
      "Guide",
      "Tool",
      "Partnership",
      "Collaboration",
      "Older Adults",
      "CDC"
    ],
    "categories": [
      "All Sectors",
      "All Scope",
      "healthy aging"
    ]
  },
  {
    "title": "CDC Global Health Partnerships",
    "source": "Centers for Disease Control and Prevention",
    "url": "https://www.cdc.gov/globalhealth/partnerships.htm",
    "year": "2010",
    "description": "The scope and intensity of global health challenges ensures that no single country or agency can work alone to meet them. To contribute to shared global health objectives, CDC works in close partnership with a wide array of international agencies and institutions to shape global health policies and to fund, implement, and evaluate programs. This webpage describes some of these partnerships. ",
    "icon": "watch",
    "type": "Webpage",
    "sector": "government, non-profit organizations, education",
    "geographicScope": "national, international",
    "publicHealthFocus": "All Health",
    "keywords": [
      "Partnership",
      "Policy",
      "Program",
      "Global Health",
      "CDC"
    ],
    "categories": [
      "government",
      "non-profit organizations",
      "education",
      "national",
      "international",
      "All Health"
    ]
  },
  {
    "title": "Healthy Community Design Checklist Toolkit",
    "source": "Centers for Disease Control and Prevention",
    "url": "https://www.cdc.gov/healthyplaces/toolkit/default.htm",
    "year": "",
    "description": "This toolkit can help planners, public health professionals, and the general public include health in the community planning process. Developed in partnership between the American Planning Association's Planning and Community Health Research Center and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Healthy Community Design Initiative, the toolkit is composed of four elements that work together to achieve this goal.",
    "icon": "watch",
    "type": "Tool",
    "sector": "government, non-profit organizations, public health, transportation, public safety",
    "geographicScope": "community",
    "publicHealthFocus": "environmental health, health equity",
    "keywords": [
      "Tool",
      "Checklist",
      "Community Design",
      "Planning",
      "Guide",
      "CDC"
    ],
    "categories": [
      "government",
      "non-profit organizations",
      "public health",
      "transportation",
      "public safety",
      "community",
      "environmental health",
      "health equity"
    ]
  },
  {
    "title": "Communities Putting Prevention to Work Resource Center",
    "source": "Centers for Disease Control and Prevention",
    "url": "https://www.cdc.gov/nccdphp/dch/programs/CommunitiesPuttingPreventiontoWork/resources/index.htm ",
    "year": "",
    "description": "The Communities Putting Prevention to Work (CPPW) Online Resource Center provides a host of tools to support environmental changes that address obesity and tobacco use. These resources describe why environmental changes are at the heart of making healthy living easier, and how to execute them. Tools include webinars, model policies, tool kits, databases, fact sheets, and other practical materials.",
    "icon": "watch",
    "type": "Tool",
    "sector": "Policy, Government, Child care, families, public health, transportation, community/city planning, education, employers ",
    "geographicScope": "All Scope",
    "publicHealthFocus": "Physical Activity, Active Living, Chronic Disease Prevention, Healthy Eating, Tobacco-free living",
    "keywords": [
      "Communities Putting Prevention To Work",
      "environmental health",
      "Obesity",
      "Tobacco",
      "Tool",
      "Model Policy",
      "Webinar",
      "Database",
      "CDC",
      "Tobacco"
    ],
    "categories": [
      "Policy",
      "Government",
      "Child care",
      "families",
      "public health",
      "transportation",
      "community/city planning",
      "education",
      "employers",
      "All Scope",
      "Physical Activity",
      "Active Living",
      "chronic disease prevention",
      "Healthy Eating",
      "Tobacco-free living"
    ]
  },
  {
    "title": "Community Transformation Grants (CTG)",
    "source": "Centers for Disease Control and Prevention",
    "url": "https://www.cdc.gov/nccdphp/dch/programs/communitytransformation/index.htm",
    "year": "",
    "description": "The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) continues its long-standing dedication to improving the health and wellness of all Americans through the Community Transformation Grant (CTG) Program. CTG is funded by the Affordable Care Act's Prevention and Public Health Fund. CDC supports and enables awardees to design and implement community-level programs that prevent chronic diseases such as cancer, diabetes, and heart disease. ",
    "icon": "watch",
    "type": "Project",
    "sector": "education, transportation, faith-based organizations, employers, industry, non-profit organizations, government, public health",
    "geographicScope": "state, community, tribal, territories, local, county",
    "publicHealthFocus": "Physical Activity, Active Living, Chronic Disease Prevention, Healthy Eating, Tobacco-free living",
    "keywords": [
      "Community Transformation Grants",
      "Success Stories",
      "Program",
      "Example",
      "CDC",
      "Food",
      "Nutrition",
      "Obesity",
      "Tobacco"
    ],
    "categories": [
      "education",
      "transportation",
      "faith-based organizations",
      "employers",
      "industry",
      "non-profit organizations",
      "government",
      "public health",
      "state",
      "community",
      "tribal",
      "territories",
      "local",
      "county",
      "Physical Activity",
      "Active Living",
      "chronic disease prevention",
      "Healthy Eating",
      "Tobacco-free living"
    ]
  },
  {
    "title": "Community Health Assessment aNd Group Evaluation (CHANGE) Tool",
    "source": "Centers for Disease Control and Prevention",
    "url": "https://www.cdc.gov/nccdphp/dch/programs/healthycommunitiesprogram/tools/change.htm",
    "year": "",
    "description": "CDC's assessment tool helps states and coalitions assess change strategies in community, identify gaps and support action planning for improvement. The CHANGE tool addresses physical activity, nutrition, tobacco use, chronic disease management and leadership.",
    "icon": "watch",
    "type": "Toolkit",
    "sector": "All Sectors",
    "geographicScope": "Neighborhood, city, county, local",
    "publicHealthFocus": "All Health",
    "keywords": [
      "Community",
      "Coalition Building",
      "Guide",
      "Root Causes",
      "Process",
      "Tool",
      "Action Plan",
      "Planning",
      "CDC",
      "Food",
      "Nutrition",
      "Tobacco"
    ],
    "categories": [
      "All Sectors",
      "Neighborhood",
      "city",
      "county",
      "local",
      "All Health"
    ]
  },
  {
    "title": "The Mobilizing Action Toward Community Health Partnership Study: Multi-sector Partnerships in US Counties with Improving Health Metrics",
    "source": "Preventing Chronic Disease (CDC) - Authors: Susan J. Zahner, DrPH, MPH, RN; Thomas R. Oliver, PhD, MHA; Kirstin Q. Siemering, DrPH",
    "url": "https://www.cdc.gov/pcd/issues/2014/13_0103.htm",
    "year": "2014",
    "description": "Multi-sector partnerships are promoted as a mechanism to improve population health. This study explored the types and salient features of multi-sector partnerships in US counties with improving population health metrics. We used the &ldquo;Framework for Understanding Cross-Sector Collaborations\" proposed by Bryson, Crosby, and Stone to guide data collection and interpretation. Comparative case studies were conducted in 4 counties selected on the basis of population, geographic region, an age-adjusted mortality decline better than the US average, and stable per capita income. Data were collected through website and report reviews and through in-depth interviews with key informants (N = 59) representing multiple sectors. County reports were developed and cross-case themes related to partnership types and salient features were derived.",
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    "type": "Case Study",
    "sector": "All Sectors",
    "geographicScope": "county",
    "publicHealthFocus": "All Health",
    "keywords": [
      "Framework",
      "Case Study",
      "Partnership"
    ],
    "categories": [
      "All Sectors",
      "county",
      "All Health"
    ]
  },
  {
    "title": "Prevention Status Reports",
    "source": "Centers for Disease Control and Prevention",
    "url": "https://www.cdc.gov/stltpublichealth/psr/index.html",
    "year": "",
    "description": "The Prevention Status Reports (PSRs) highlight &mdash; for all 50 states and the District of Columbia &mdash; the status of public health policies and practices designed to prevent or reduce the following important public health problems:",
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    "type": "report",
    "sector": "policy, Government, healthcare, public health, non-profit organizations, families",
    "geographicScope": "national, state",
    "publicHealthFocus": "preventing drug and alcohol abuse, healthy eating, communicable disease prevention, chronic disease prevention, active living, healthy eating, tobacco-free living",
    "keywords": [
      "Policy",
      "Report",
      "Tool",
      "Prevention",
      "Status",
      "CDC"
    ],
    "categories": [
      "policy",
      "Government",
      "healthcare",
      "public health",
      "non-profit organizations",
      "families",
      "national",
      "state",
      "preventing drug and alcohol abuse",
      "healthy eating",
      "communicable disease prevention",
      "chronic disease prevention",
      "active living",
      "healthy eating",
      "tobacco-free living"
    ]
  },
  {
    "title": "Workplace Health Promotion Assessment",
    "source": "Centers for Disease Control and Prevention",
    "url": "https://www.cdc.gov/workplacehealthpromotion/assessment/index.html",
    "year": "",
    "description": "CDC's website provides businesses, state agencies, and other partners with ways to support the various recommendations for worksites in the NPS. This tool describes a workplace health assessment and how to conduct one, as well as factors influencing workplace health.",
    "icon": "watch",
    "type": "Tool",
    "sector": "government, public health, non-profit organizations, private, employers",
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    "description": "Health in All Policies (HiAP) is a collaborative approach to improving the health of all people by incorporating health, equity, and sustainability considerations into decision-making across sectors and policy areas. This page on the California Department of Public Health website offers information and links to two significant tools for HiAP: Health in All Policies: A Guide for State and Local Governments and Health in All Policies: Improving Health Through Intersectoral Collaboration discussion paper.",
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    "title": "City of Richmond: Health in All Policies Toolkit",
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    "description": "This Toolkit is a resource for community members, city staff, partners and any other professionals interested in learning more about the development of HiAP within the City of Richmond. This toolkit will outline Richmond's most salient processes, and provide links to resources for those interested in gaining a better understanding of Richmond's unique story. The main components include: the origin of HiAP in Richmond, the Community Health and Wellness Element and other City events that have contributed to HiAP progression.",
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    "title": "City of Richmond HiAP",
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    "title": "Building Trust and Managing Conflict: Keys to Success",
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    "description": "This tool will allow you to assess how well your collaboration is doing at building trust and equity, and managing conflict. It will help to identify the source of any trust, equity or conflict issues and can facilitate discussion with partners regarding areas for improvement.",
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    "title": "Effective Communications in Collaborations: Critical Factors",
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    "description": "Collaborations face unique challenges when planning their communications and may need to address issues that are different from those found in traditional organizations. Strategies and approaches for engaging and informing stakeholders are driven by a number of factors and considerations. Take these into account when planning your collaboration's communications.",
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    "title": "Selecting the Right Communication Technology Tools (pdf)",
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    "description": "There are many kinds of tools that enable your collaboration partners to work together and communicate more efficiently and effectively. The right ones can help you share information at various levels (around the collaborative table, within partner organizations, and with external stakeholders); facilitate effective and timely decision making; sustain and build relationships by enhancing transparency in communication; use budgets and resources most effectively given constraints. Nonprofits use various technology tools, many in combination, to achieve their goals.",
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    "title": "Collaboration for Impact",
    "source": "The Centre for Social Impact, Social Leadership Australia",
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    "description": "The site seeks to accelerate the adoption of system collaboration and Collective Impact in Australia. It does so by creating knowledge, network and tools; shining a light on successful Collective Impact initiatives; and building an Australian community of practice.",
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    "title": "Can Collective Impact improve employment rates of people with mental health issues?",
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    "year": "2014",
    "description": "Gretchen De Martin explores how Collective Impact can help people experiencing mental health illness find work. ",
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    "title": "The \"How To\" Guide",
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    "description": "Before you and your core collaborators consider starting a Collective Impact initiative, there are a few questions you should get clear in your collective minds.",
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    "title": "Collective Impact Alliance",
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    "description": "This blog is a vehicle for the Collective Impact Alliance to share what we know and what we have seen actually work when it comes to making social change happen. The Collective Impact Alliance represents decades of experience in moving complex social causes forward.  Alliance members, who are thought leaders and practitioners in education, public health, community engagement and workforce development, have intersected many times over the years. The Alliance has launched a formal collaboration to help non-profits, communities and foundations, among others, move their signature causes ahead. The Alliance balances practical guidance with vision. Offers comprehensive support in meeting the challenges of Collective Impact. And works to help small organizations and communities as well as large ones.",
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    "title": "Collective Impact Forum",
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    "title": "Commission to Build a Healthier America",
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    "description": "Although the official work of the Commission came to a close in December 2009, RWJF is committed to carrying on the legacy of the Commission and its recommendations by integrating the work and findings of the Commission into all of its programming addressing the social determinants of health. The Commissioners will continue to serve as ambassadors to their communities at large and the Commission's Web site will continue to be available as a resource. The website includes state level data and other resources.",
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    "title": "Healthy Places Recommendations",
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    "description": "The Commission to Build A Healthier America focused on people and the places where we spend the bulk of our time &madsh; homes and community, schools and workplaces &madsh; to identify where people should make healthier choices and where society should remove the obstacles preventing too many Americans from making healthy decisions.The recommendations are the result of intensive study and debate, reflecting the need to identify cross-sector interventions beyond the healthcare system that are likely to achieve a significant positive impact on the health of all Americans in years, not decades. ",
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    "title": "ISSUE BRIEF: MESSAGE TRANSLATION",
    "source": "Robert Wood Johnson Foundation",
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    "description": "The Commission's challenge was to frame highly-specific and technical information about social determinants and health disparities into language that would resonate with a diverse group of leaders. This issue brief, Message Translation, describes the research-based process used to develop messages and shares the results for broader use.",
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    "title": "State by State Data",
    "source": "Robert Wood Johnson Foundation",
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    "description": "The Commission created an in-depth collection of state-level graphical data ready to download into relevant research and presentations.",
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  {
    "title": "Business incentives ideas",
    "source": "Community Commons",
    "url": "http://www.communitycommons.org/2014/02/giving-business-the-incentive-to-promote-healthy-lifestyles/",
    "year": "2014",
    "description": "Robert S. Ogilvie, vice president for strategic engagement at ChangeLab Solutions, gives examples of business incentives for making healthy choices along a cost continuum and funding sources.",
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  {
    "title": "Inspiring Videos related to Collective Impact and Community Health",
    "source": "Community Commons ",
    "url": "http://www.communitycommons.org/docs/inspiring-videos-related-to-collective-impact-and-community-health/",
    "year": "",
    "description": "Many of us periodically come across short videos that are inspiring and would help build support for Collective Impact in our communities. Community Commons provides a place to share them so others can link to them, put them on their Website, etc. ",
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  {
    "title": "The Art and Science of Evaluation: Sound Methods for Assessing Policy and Environmental Change",
    "source": "Convergence Partnership",
    "url": "http://www.kintera.org/site/c.fhLOK6PELmF/b.6216573/k.225F/Healthy_People_Healthy_Places_Webinar_Series.htm ",
    "year": "2010",
    "description": "In this webinar, panelists will discuss techniques for effectively evaluating policy and environmental change efforts to create healthy people in healthy places. It will also touch on strategy evaluation to promote equity and multi-field partnerships. Panelists will draw on specific evaluation examples and discuss challenges and lessons learned.",
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  {
    "title": "Minimum Elements and Practice Standards for Health Impact Assessment",
    "source": "North American HIA Practice Standards Working Group",
    "url": "http://www.humanimpact.org/doc-lib/finish/11/9",
    "year": "2014",
    "description": "This document, a collective product of a Health Impact Assessment (HIA) practitioners workgroup in North America, intends to translate the values underlying HIA along with key lessons from HIA practice into specific 'standards for practice' for each phase of the HIA process. Participants at the first North American Conference on Health Impact Assessment held in Oakland, California in September 2008 identified the development of standards as a priority need for the field. Subsequent to the 2008 conference, participants collectively developed the first version of these practice standards. This document reflects the second version of those standards, and has been revised to include a set of &ldquo;minimum elements\" of HIA practice",
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  {
    "title": "Wisconsin Health Impact Assessment Toolkit - Webcasts and Training",
    "source": "Wisconsin Department of Health",
    "url": "http://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/hia/webcast.htm",
    "year": "",
    "description": "This webpage contains links to materials from in-person trainings in Wisconsin and webinars introducing Health Impact Assessment (HIA). ",
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    "sector": "government, public health, transportation, non-profit organizations",
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  {
    "title": "Talking about Health in All Policies",
    "source": "Dialogue4Health",
    "url": "http://www.dialogue4health.org/web-forums/detail/talking-about-health-in-all-policies#presentations",
    "year": "2013",
    "description": "A recording of the October 2, 2013 webinar and the accompanying slides. In this webinar, the Berkeley Media Studies Group will talk about how organizations can develop and refine their messages to support Health in All Policies and make the case for why Health in All Policies is essential to help protect physical and fiscal health, advance community engagement, and build relationships across government sectors. In this webinar, the Berkeley Media Studies Group discussed how organizations can develop and refine their messages to support Health in All Policies and make the case for why Health in All Policies is essential to help protect physical and fiscal health, advance community engagement, and build relationships across government sectors. ",
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    "title": "Resource Center for Evidence-Based Prevention and Cross-Sector Approaches",
    "source": "NACCHO",
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    "year": "",
    "description": "This site offers local health departments guidance for integrating Healthy People 2020, the National Prevention Strategy (NPS), The Community Guide, NACCHO's HiAP Toolbox, and CHIP into a uniform approach for achieving health and wellness in the jurisdictions they serve.",
    "icon": "watch",
    "type": "Resource Center",
    "sector": "government, public health",
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  {
    "title": "Champions for Inclusive Communities: Evidence-Based Practices for Coalition Building ",
    "source": "Utah State University: Center for Persons with Disabilities",
    "url": "http://www.eiri.usu.edu/projects/champions/factsheets/Coalition_Building_Fact_Sheet.pdf",
    "year": "",
    "description": "Champions for Inclusive Communities reviewed research articles, workbooks, and advice from experts to identify recommended strategies to build and sustain community coalitions as a way to improve community-based services so families can use them easily. A summary of these recommended strategies is provided.",
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    "type": "Tool",
    "sector": "government, public health, non-profit organizations, private, families",
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    "title": "Cross-sector collaboration: management decision and change model",
    "source": "Rod Erakovich, (School of Business Administration, Texas Wesleyan University, Fort Worth, Texas, USA), Trisha Anderson, (School of Business Administration, Texas Wesleyan University, Fort Worth, Texas, USA)",
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    "title": "Smart Growth",
    "source": "Environmental Protection Agency",
    "url": "https://www.epa.gov/smartgrowth/index.htm",
    "year": "",
    "description": "Smart growth' covers a range of development and conservation strategies that help protect our natural environment and make our communities more attractive, economically stronger, and more socially diverse. Our About Smart Growth page explains the basic issues addressed by smart growth approaches.",
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    "sector": "policy, government, public health, public safety, transportation, non-profit organizations, community/city planning",
    "geographicScope": "All Scope",
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    "title": "Smart Growth Regional, State, and Local Funding Opportunities",
    "source": "Environmental Protection Agency",
    "url": "https://www2.epa.gov/smartgrowth/epa-smart-growth-grants-and-other-funding",
    "year": "",
    "description": "The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has developed this guide of regional, state, and local funding resources to assist local and state governments, community, and non-governmental organizations who are addressing the varied aspects of smart growth.",
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    "title": "Health Equity in All Policies ",
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    "description": "With over 300 employees, The Economic Research Service (ERS) is a primary source of economic information and research in the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The ERS mission is to inform and enhance public and private decision making on economic and policy issues related to agriculture, food, the environmental health, and rural development. ",
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    "title": "Health in All Policies: Prospects and potentials",
    "source": "World Health Organization: Europe",
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    "year": "2006",
    "description": "This volume, published in the context of the Finnish Presidency of the European Union (EU), aims to highlight how and why the health dimension can and should be taken into account across all government sectors. Particular emphasis is placed on the unique mandate and obligation of the EU to protect health in all its policies. The topic is explored from the perspectives of available methods and different levels of policy-making, and examples are included from specific policy areas and health issues.",
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  {
    "title": "U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration Transportation and Health Tool ",
    "source": "Federal Highway Administration",
    "url": "http://www.fhwa.dot.gov/planning/health_in_transportation/resources/health_tool/index.cfm",
    "year": "2015",
    "description": "An online tool to help transportation decision makers see how their community compares in terms of key health and transportation indicators. Site is divided into Health, environmental health, Transportation, Community, Public Realm, Education, Housing, and Economy.",
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    "type": "Website",
    "sector": "policy, government, public health, public safety, transportation, education, community/City planning, housing",
    "geographicScope": "city, state, national, regional",
    "publicHealthFocus": "physical activity, active living, disabilities, chronic disease prevention, environmental health",
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      "active living",
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    "title": "Collective Insights on Collective Impact ",
    "source": "Collective Impact Forum",
    "url": "http://collectiveimpactforum.org/resources/collective-insights-collective-impact?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_content=Collective%20Insights%20on%20Collective%20Impact%2C&utm_campaign=Collectiveinsights9314",
    "year": "2014",
    "description": "Sponsored and curated by the Collective Impact Forum, \"Collective Insights on Collective Impact,\" which appears in Stanford Social Innovation Review's fall issue, shares cutting-edge thinking from 22 practitioners, funders, community organizers, and thought-leaders. Through the diverse voices of the authors, you can dive deeper into important collective impact topics such as public policy, evaluation, sources of power, and community engagement. You can download the full set of articles here, or follow the links below to access individual articles from the collection.",
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    "type": "Toolkit",
    "sector": "policy, government, public health, non-profit organizations, private",
    "geographicScope": "neighborhood, local, city",
    "publicHealthFocus": "environmental health, health equity",
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      "city",
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      "health equity"
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    "title": "Banking and Community Perspectives ",
    "source": "Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco",
    "url": "http://www.frbsf.org/community-development/files/building_healthier_communities.pdf",
    "year": "2010",
    "description": "This issue of Banking and Community Perspectives focuses on non-legislative efforts to foster healthier community, particularly in low- and moderate-income areas. These efforts are led by both public and private organizations across the Federal Reserve's Eleventh District.",
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    "type": "Newsletter",
    "sector": "healthcare, non-profit organizations, private, government",
    "geographicScope": "Neighborhood, local, city",
    "publicHealthFocus": "chronic disease prevention, environmental health, health equity",
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      "environmental health",
      "health equity"
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    "title": "The Healthy Communities Initiative ",
    "source": "Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas",
    "url": "http://www.frbsf.org/community-development/initiatives/healthy-communities/",
    "year": "2014",
    "description": "The Healthy Communities Initiative was designed to enrich the debate on how cross-sector and place-based approaches to revitalize low-income communities might both revitalize neighborhoods and improve health. The idea is simple: those who work on making low-income communities function better (by building high-quality affordable housing, financing small businesses, and creating community assets such as charter schools, clinics, or daycare centers) should work closely with the health sector to coordinate those community-improving efforts in a way that promotes better health outcomes over the life course. The Federal Reserve System and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation created the Healthy Communities Initiative to encourage stronger linkages between the two sectors and move them forward towards a healthier future.",
    "icon": "watch",
    "type": "Toolkit",
    "sector": "policy, government, healthcare, child care, families, public health, non-profit organizations, community/city planning, private, education, employers",
    "geographicScope": "neighborhood, local, city",
    "publicHealthFocus": "chronic disease prevention, environmental health, health equity",
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      "city",
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  {
    "title": "Community Investments Notebook",
    "source": "Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco",
    "url": "http://www.frbsf.org/community-development/publications/community-investments/2014/march/ci-notebook-spring-2014/",
    "year": "2014",
    "description": "This webpage hosts the articles included in the Spring 2014 Community Investments Notebook. This issue of Community Investments explores this emerging approach and lifts up early learnings from pioneers in the field. We find out how government can be a catalyst for creating a wide stakeholder table on sustainable and equitable development goals. We learn from organizations that have assisted with the formation of these initiatives and draw out insightful principles to organize and implement these initiatives. We spend some time understanding the critical role of data and measurement and how they help to define and refine the initiative. While these initiatives are still taking shape across the country, we welcome the potential of collective action as a bold approach to bringing about innovation and wide-scale systems change in and for low-income communities. ",
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    "sector": "policy, government, public health, non-profit organizations, community/city planning, private",
    "geographicScope": "neighborhood, local, city",
    "publicHealthFocus": "chronic disease prevention, environmental health, health equity",
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      "environmental health",
      "health equity"
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  {
    "title": "Collective Impact",
    "source": "The Greater Cincinnati Foundation ",
    "url": "http://www.gcfdn.org/CommunityInvestment/CollectiveImpact/tabid/390/Default.aspx",
    "year": "",
    "description": "This webpage provides links to information about Collective Impact and Greater Cincinnati Foundation's six 'backbone' partnerships. ",
    "icon": "watch",
    "type": "Toolkit",
    "sector": "non-profit organizations, families, private, employers",
    "geographicScope": "neighborhood, city, local",
    "publicHealthFocus": "environmental health, health equity",
    "keywords": [
      "Tool",
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      "local",
      "environmental health",
      "health equity"
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  {
    "title": "The Breakdown: A Look at Cross-Sector Collaboration",
    "source": "Philadelphia Generosity",
    "url": "http://www.generocity.org/the-breakdown-a-look-at-cross-sector-collaboration/",
    "year": "2014",
    "description": "In this series, Philadelphia Generosity focuses on the bigger picture of social impact in Greater Philadelphia. We take a look at the connections between organizations, analyze business models, and provide high-level context to the big issues facing our leaders. This first installment is all about collaborations &mdash; who's working together and who's finding success.",
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    "type": "Blog",
    "sector": "government, non-profit organizations, private, employers",
    "geographicScope": "neighborhood, city, local",
    "publicHealthFocus": "environmental health, health equity",
    "keywords": [
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      "environmental health",
      "health equity"
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  {
    "title": "Ontario Ministry of Health and Long Term Care Health Equity Impact Assessment template and workbook",
    "source": "Ontario Ministry of Health ",
    "url": "http://www.health.gov.on.ca/en/pro/programs/heia/tool.aspx",
    "year": "",
    "description": "The Health Equity Impact Assessment (HEIA) tool includes a template and a workbook. The workbook provides detailed instructions and walks users through the five steps of HEIA: 1) Scoping, 2) Potential Impacts, 3) Mitigation, 4) Monitoring, and 5) Dissemination. The results are recorded in the template.",
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    "sector": "government, public health, non-profit organizations, private",
    "geographicScope": "All Scope",
    "publicHealthFocus": "environmental health, health equity",
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      "private",
      "All Scope",
      "environmental health",
      "health equity"
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  {
    "title": "Cross sector working to support large-scale change",
    "source": "The Health Foundation ",
    "url": "https://www.health.org.uk/sites/default/files/CrossSectorWorkingToSupportLargeScaleChange.pdf",
    "year": "2012",
    "description": "This evidence scan provides examples of large-scale change and more localized cross sector projects, showing how health organizations are working with others to innovate and improve the quality of care. provides a picture of research into cross sector working to support innovation and change. It describes empirical examples of how organizations are working together, across disciplinary or sector boundaries, to support innovation or improve the quality of care in the UK and elsewhere.",
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    "type": "Case Studies",
    "sector": "government, public health, healthcare, non-profit organizations, private",
    "geographicScope": "international",
    "publicHealthFocus": "",
    "keywords": [
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      "healthcare",
      "non-profit organizations",
      "private",
      "international"
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  {
    "title": "Health Impact Assessment: A Guide for Practice",
    "source": "Rajiv Bhatia, Human Impact Partners",
    "url": "http://www.pewtrusts.org/~/media/Assets/2011/01/01/Bhatia_2011_HIA_Guide_for_Practice.pdf?la=enC128",
    "year": "2011",
    "description": "The awareness and use of HIA in the United States is rapidly increasing, and this Guide aims to support practitioners in the field, by describing the key tasks and activities for HIA as well as the issues and challenges that arise in the course of practice. The Guide includes illustrative examples from practice, as well as suggestions for stakeholder participation and the integration of health analysis in the environmental impact assessment process.",
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  {
    "title": "Healthy People 2020 - Topics and Objectives Database",
    "source": "U.S. Department of Health and Human Services",
    "url": "http://www.healthypeople.gov/2020/topicsobjectives2020/default",
    "year": "",
    "description": "Healthy People offers science-based, 10-year national objectives for improving the health of all Americans, and provides measurable objectives and goals to help states engage multiple sectors to take actions to strengthen policies and improve practices that are driven by the best available evidence and knowledge.",
    "icon": "watch",
    "type": "Framework",
    "sector": "All Sectors",
    "geographicScope": "neighborhood, city, county, local, state, regional, national, tribal",
    "publicHealthFocus": "All Health",
    "keywords": [
      "Healthy",
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      "Framework",
      "Disease Prevention",
      "Health Promotion"
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    "categories": [
      "All Sectors",
      "neighborhood",
      "city",
      "county",
      "local",
      "state",
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      "national",
      "tribal",
      "All Health"
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  {
    "title": "Designing and Managing Cross-Sector Collaboration: a Case Study in Reducing Traffic Congestion",
    "source": "John M. Bryson, Barbara C. Crosby, Melissa M. Stone, and Emily O. Saunoi-Sandgren, IBM Center for The Business of Government",
    "url": "http://www.hhh.umn.edu/centers/slp/transportation/bicycling_nonmotor/pdf/DesigningandManagingCross-SectorCollaboration-Brysonetal.pdf",
    "year": "2009",
    "description": "This article focuses specifically on a cross-sector collaborative effort to significantly reduce traffic congestion in the Twin Cities metropolitan area of Minnesota. The organizers of the program concluded that a collaborative, multimodal approach was crucial to making real headway on a long-standing, costly, nearly intractable public problem. Cross-sector collaboration is now increasingly both necessary and desirable as a strategy for addressing many of society's most complex public challenges. ",
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    "sector": "policy, government, transportation, community/city planning",
    "geographicScope": "regional",
    "publicHealthFocus": "environmental health",
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      "Transportation"
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      "transportation",
      "community/city planning",
      "regional",
      "environmental health"
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  {
    "title": "Health Impact Assessment Clearinghouse",
    "source": "UCLA Health Impact Assessment Project",
    "url": "http://www.hiaguide.org/hias",
    "year": "",
    "description": "Database of HIAs done across the U.S. with a summary of each HIA and links to background information on each health topic addressed in the HIA and the methods used. Recent HIAs that have not yet been summarized and indexed, as well as in-progress HIAs, are listed here. ",
    "icon": "watch",
    "type": "Case Studies",
    "sector": "policy, government, public health, non-profit organizations, private",
    "geographicScope": "city, county, neighborhood, local, state, regional",
    "publicHealthFocus": "environmental health",
    "keywords": [
      "Health Impact Assessment",
      "Database"
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    "categories": [
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      "city",
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      "local",
      "state",
      "regional",
      "environmental health"
    ]
  },
  {
    "title": "Collective Impact Strategies to Achieve Systemic and Sustainable Health Improvement - Part 2",
    "source": "Hospitals in Pursuit of Excellence",
    "url": "http://www.hpoe.org/resources/hpoe-live-webinars/1382 ",
    "year": "2013",
    "description": "In this webinar, FSG shared how collective impact can be helpful in addressing community health issues using two specific examples: asthma prevention and obesity. Through these examples, participants had the chance to understand in depth, how hospitals, public health institutions, safety net organizations, philanthropy, nonprofit organizations, the local community and corporations (pharmaceutical, medical device and health insurance) have worked collaboratively to address these issues.",
    "icon": "watch",
    "type": "Webinar",
    "sector": "healthcare, government, public health, non-profit organizations, private",
    "geographicScope": "city, county, neighborhood, local ",
    "publicHealthFocus": "access to care",
    "keywords": [
      "Collective Impact",
      "Healthcare",
      "Hospital",
      "Access To Care",
      "Community Health"
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    "categories": [
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      "public health",
      "non-profit organizations",
      "private",
      "city",
      "county",
      "neighborhood",
      "local",
      "access to care"
    ]
  },
  {
    "title": "Cross Sector Planning and Coordination for Children's Health and Well-being: An Overview Exploration of Major Themes",
    "source": "Health Resources and Services Administration ",
    "url": "http://www.hrsa.gov/healthit/toolbox/childrenstoolbox/crosssectorplanning/",
    "year": "",
    "description": "This module is designed to help users understand the barriers that exist in coordinating care for children across sectors and how advances in health information technology (health IT) can promote better communication and more effective exchange of information across systems to positively affect child health and well-being. The intended audiences for this module include Government officials, child advocates, providers and practitioners of all types who care for children, teachers, families, and public or private directors of programs or organizations that serve children. ",
    "icon": "watch",
    "type": "Module",
    "sector": "government, healthcare, families, public health, non-profit organizations, education, child care, legal/judicial system",
    "geographicScope": "",
    "publicHealthFocus": "health equity, mental and emotional wellbeing",
    "keywords": [
      "Planning",
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      "Education",
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    "categories": [
      "government",
      "healthcare",
      "families",
      "public health",
      "non-profit organizations",
      "education",
      "child care",
      "legal/judicial system",
      "health equity",
      "mental and emotional wellbeing"
    ]
  },
  {
    "title": "An Overview of Public Private Partnerships in Health",
    "source": "Harvard School of Public Health",
    "url": "http://www.hsph.harvard.edu/ihsg/publications/pdf/PPP-final-MDM.pdf",
    "year": "2008",
    "description": "This paper looks at why varied types of partnerships have formed, what are the various models of partnership, and what are some of the challenges that they face in Asia and the Pacific.",
    "icon": "read1",
    "type": "Tool",
    "sector": "government, healthcare, public health, non-profit organizations, private",
    "geographicScope": "All Scope",
    "publicHealthFocus": "",
    "keywords": [
      "Partnership",
      "Tool"
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    "categories": [
      "government",
      "healthcare",
      "public health",
      "non-profit organizations",
      "private",
      "All Scope"
    ]
  },
  {
    "title": "Meeting Global Development Goals Requires More Cross-Sector Partnerships",
    "source": "Huff Post Social Entrepreneurship",
    "url": "http://www.huffingtonpost.com/aron-cramer/meeting-global-developmen_b_3953001.html",
    "year": "2013",
    "description": "This blog post suggests that, achieving global health goals requires new thinking and fresh commitments from across all sectors -- including industry, governments, multilateral, NGOs, and other organizations - to cross-sector partnerships that drive systemwide change.",
    "icon": "watch",
    "type": "Blog Post",
    "sector": "government, healthcare, public health, non-profit organizations, private, industry",
    "geographicScope": "national, international",
    "publicHealthFocus": "communicable disease prevention, chronic disease prevention",
    "keywords": [
      "Partnership",
      "Global Health"
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    "categories": [
      "government",
      "healthcare",
      "public health",
      "non-profit organizations",
      "private",
      "industry",
      "national",
      "international",
      "communicable disease prevention",
      "chronic disease prevention"
    ]
  },
  {
    "title": "The Real Challenge for Collective Impact",
    "source": "Huff Post Impact",
    "url": "http://www.huffingtonpost.com/paul-schmitz/collective-impact_b_1920466.html",
    "year": "2012",
    "description": "In this blog post, the author, Paul Schmitz, discusses some of the challenges associated with collective impact strategies. ",
    "icon": "watch",
    "type": "Blog Post",
    "sector": "non-profit organizations",
    "geographicScope": "city, county, neighborhood, local",
    "publicHealthFocus": "",
    "keywords": [
      "Collective Impact",
      "Partnership",
      "Social Change",
      "Community"
    ],
    "categories": [
      "non-profit organizations",
      "city",
      "county",
      "neighborhood",
      "local"
    ]
  },
  {
    "title": "Handshake: IFC's quarterly journal on public-private partnerships ",
    "source": "International Finance Corporation",
    "url": "http://www.ifc.org/handshake",
    "year": "",
    "description": "Handshake, IFC's quarterly journal on public-private partnerships, explores innovative and successful approaches by governments that are tapping the private sector to improve basic public services. Each issue focuses on a different topic.",
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    "title": "Cross-sectoral coordination in the public sector: A challenge to leveraging agriculture for improving nutrition and health",
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    "description": "This brief considers how organizational barriers might be overcome, particularly in relation to the public agricultural sector. We examine the structure, priorities, and core competencies of sectoral agencies in government. Based on this overview, several approaches are suggested to foster better collaboration between agriculture and other sectors of government.",
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    "title": "Management Challenges in Cross-Sector Collaboration: Elderly Care Case Study",
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    "year": "2013",
    "description": "Using a case study for the collaboration between the public, private and third sectors in elderly care, the purpose of this research is to create new knowledge on cross-sector collaboration management. Cross-sector collaboration leads to innovations in governance. It creates social value and provides reduction of costs and benefits for society. Effective collaboration between the public, private, and third sector requires innovative thinking, leading, and acting. New skills and forms of cooperation between partners are needed.",
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    "description": "This website describes seven strategies being implemented in Maryland's Prince George's County to reduce chronic disease rates, prevent the development of secondary conditions, and address health disparities with complementary policy, environmental, programmatic, and infrastructure activities to create health equity and optimize health outcomes.",
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    "title": "Health in All Policies: Improving Health Through Intersectoral Collaboration",
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    "title": "Community Engagement Guide",
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    "description": "The Community Engagement Guide promotes effective engagement and customer service with all county communities. Engagement activities include a range of approaches from informing residents to community-led efforts. Community engagement should offer opportunities for people to express their views and have a meaningful role in decision-making. ",
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    "url": "https://www.kingcounty.gov/exec/equity/toolsandresources.aspx",
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    "description": "The Equity Team has developed a variety of tools and resources to help departments and agencies increase equity and social justice work, both in our community and within the services King County Government provides.",
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    "title": "Designs and Codes that Reduce Crime around Multifamily Housing",
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    "url": "http://www.lgc.org/anti-crime-design",
    "year": "",
    "description": "A number of local agencies have converted anti-crime design concepts into local codes and guidelines for new development and redevelopment.",
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    "title": "Understanding the Economic Impacts of Development Patterns",
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    "description": "Several resources highlighting examples of different approaches and tools local governments are using to better understand the economic implications of development in their community.",
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    "title": "Toolbox",
    "source": "National Association of County & City Health Officials",
    "url": "http://www.naccho.org/toolbox",
    "year": "",
    "description": "NACCHO's Toolbox os a free, online collection of local public health tools produced by members of the public health community. Tools within the Toolbox are materials and resources public health professionals and other external stakeholders can use to inform and improve their work in the promotion and advancement of public health objectives. Current examples of tools include, but are not limited to case examples, presentations, fact sheets, drills, evaluations, protocols, templates, reports, and training materials.",
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    "title": "Health in All Policies (HiAP): Frequently Asked Questions",
    "source": "National Association of County & City Health Officials",
    "url": "http://www.naccho.org/topics/environmental/HiAP/upload/HiAP-FAQs-Finals-12.pdf",
    "year": "",
    "description": "This document provides a list of frequently asked questions related to HiAP. ",
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    "title": "Protocol for Assessing Community Excellence in Environmental Health (PACE EH)",
    "source": "National Association of County & City Health Officials",
    "url": "http://www.naccho.org/topics/environmental/PACE-EH/index.cfm ",
    "year": "",
    "description": "Through a multi-year partnership with the National Center for Environmental Health (NCEH) of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), NACCHO provides technical assistance to local health departments and their constituents in conducting community-based environmental health assessments (CEHA). To this end, NACCHO developed the Protocol for Assessing Community Excellence in Environmental Health (PACE EH), a methodology to guide local communities in identifying and addressing environmental health priorities. NACCHO is dedicated to assisting local health officials conduct CEHA. *Anyone can search for tools, but users must log in to access, bookmark, or rate tools. Logins are free, available to all, and only take a few minutes to create.",
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    "title": "SECTION TWO: Building Collaboration",
    "source": "National Association of County & City Health Officials",
    "url": "http://www.naccho.org/topics/environmental/pullingtogether/sectiontwo.cfm",
    "year": "",
    "description": "A NACCHO resource that addresses the full range of issues created by hazardous waste sites and the need for agencies to work together. The complexity of dealing with a Superfund site includes perceived vs. real health threats, various remediation options, links between exposure pathways and health outcomes, and risk communication, to name a few. The involved agencies each have their area of expertise, as discussed in the Roles and Responsibilities section. Therefore, agencies must learn to work together to leverage their strengths to the greatest advantage of the community as a whole. At its core, interagency collaboration holds the promise of accomplishing something jointly that one agency alone cannot accomplish. ",
    "icon": "watch",
    "type": "Webpage",
    "sector": "government, public health ",
    "geographicScope": "city, county, state, national",
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    "title": "National Prevention Strategy Simplified: Local Health Departments' Roadmap to Health and Wellness",
    "source": "National Association of County & City Health Officials",
    "url": "http://www.naccho.org/topics/HPDP/nps/upload/Final_factsheet_nps_april2013.pdf",
    "year": "2013",
    "description": "This fact sheet describes how National Prevention Strategy (NPS) can support local health departments in the planning, implementation, and evaluation of integrated chronic disease prevention efforts with specific recommendations and actions for carrying out NPS Strategic Directions and Priorities.There are many similarities between NPS and HiAP. LHDs working towards implementing HiAP in their jurisdictions can adapt these recommendations and actions to their HiAP efforts. ",
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    "title": "Mobilizing for Action through Planning and Partnerships (MAPP)",
    "source": "National Association of County & City Health Officials",
    "url": "http://www.naccho.org/topics/infrastructure/mapp/",
    "year": "",
    "description": "MAPP is a community-driven strategic planning process for improving community health. Facilitated by public health leaders, this framework helps communities apply strategic thinking to prioritize public health issues and identify resources to address them. MAPP is not an agency-focused assessment process; rather, it is an interactive process that can improve the efficiency, effectiveness, and ultimately the performance of local public health systems.",
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    "geographicScope": "local, city, neighborhood, county, state",
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  {
    "title": "The influence of power dynamics and trust on multidisciplinary collaboration: a qualitative case study of type 2 diabetes mellitus.",
    "source": "BMC Health Services Research",
    "url": "http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22413897",
    "year": "2012",
    "description": "Ongoing care for chronic conditions such as diabetes is best provided by a range of health professionals working together. There are challenges in achieving this where collaboration crosses organizational and sector boundaries. The aim of this article is to explore the influence of power dynamics and trust on collaboration between health professionals involved in the management of diabetes and their impact on patient experiences.",
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    "sector": "healthcare, public health, families",
    "geographicScope": "",
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  {
    "title": "Community How To Guide on Coalition Building",
    "source": "National Highway Traffic Safety Administration",
    "url": "http://www.nhtsa.gov/people/injury/alcohol/community%20guides%20html/Book1_CoalitionBldg.html",
    "year": "2001",
    "description": "Coalitions have been used successfully in the United States to tackle a number of seemingly intractable problems. For communities that want to reduce their underage drinking problem, putting together a broad-based coalition can bring substantial dividends. In this &ldquo;Community How To Guide on Coalition Building,\" readers will learn the steps that bring together a diverse group of people in pursuit of a common goal.",
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    "title": "Public-private partnerships for global health: How PATH advances technologies through cross-sector collaboration",
    "source": "PATH",
    "url": "http://www.path.org/publications/files/ER_app_ppp_policy_rpt.pdf ",
    "year": "2013",
    "description": "This policy report highlights the essential role that public-private partnerships play in driving global health product development and offers insights into the key components of successful multi-sector partnerships led by PATH. ",
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    "title": "Public-Private Partnerships ",
    "source": "The United States President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief",
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    "year": "",
    "description": "This webpage highlights PEPFAR's public-private partnerships (PPP) in support of HIV/AIDS prevention, treatment and care programs. ",
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    "title": "Public Health Institute: Healthy community",
    "source": "Public Health Institute",
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    "year": "",
    "description": "List of links to more specific information on programs that fall under the PHI Healthy Communities umbrella.",
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    "title": "Health in All Policies: A Guide for State and Local Governments",
    "source": "American Public Health Association, Public Health Institute, and the California Department of Public Health",
    "url": "http://www.phi.org/uploads/files/Health_in_All_Policies-A_Guide_for_State_and_Local_Governments.pdf",
    "year": "2013",
    "description": "Health in All Policies: A Guide for State and Local Governments was created by the Public Health Institute, the California Department of Public Health, and the American Public Health Association in response to growing interest in using collaborative approaches to improve population health by embedding health considerations into decision-making processes across a broad array of sectors. The Guide draws heavily on the experiences of the California Health in All Policies Task Force and incorporates information from the published and gray literature and interviews with people across the country. ",
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    "title": "Healthy Communities at the Public Health Institute",
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    "description": "This report highlights the overarching principles of Healthy Communities and various Healthy Communities programs across California.",
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    "title": "National Physical Activity Plan",
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    "url": "http://www.physicalactivityplan.org/theplan.php",
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    "description": "The Plan is a comprehensive set of policies, programs, and initiatives that aim to increase physical activity in all segments of the American population. The Plan is the product of a private-public sector collaborative. Hundreds of organizations are working together to change our communities in ways that will enable every American to be sufficiently physically active.",
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    "title": "Understanding the Spectrum of Collaborative Governance Practices",
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    "description": "The document is an excerpt from the A Practical Guide to Collaborative Governance, a 62-page step-by-step handbook that walks readers through the stages of sponsoring, convening, organizing, and participating in a public policy collaborative process. The document itself covers the four main points and principles of collaborative governance process, meaning of and misconceptions about consensus processes, and stages of collaborative process.",
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    "title": "The Tension of Turf: Making It Work for the Coalition",
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    "url": "http://www.preventioninstitute.org/component/jlibrary/article/id-103/127.html",
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    "description": "Tension of Turf is the Institute's companion tool to its 8-step process of coalition building, Developing Effective Coalitions: An Eight Step Guide. It offers practical support for skillfully managing the dynamic tension that commonly arises when people collaborate. This guide helps coalitions derive authentic, constructive power from their varying perspectives, skills, and mandates.",
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    "title": "Developing Effective Coalitions: An 8-Step Guide",
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    "year": "2002",
    "description": "This is a step-by-step guide to coalition building that helps partnerships launch and stabilize successfully. It supports advocates and practitioners in every aspect of the process - from determining the appropriateness of a coalition to selecting members, defining key elements, maintaining vitality, and conducting ongoing evaluations. ",
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    "title": "Collaboration Assessment Tool",
    "source": "Prevention Institute ",
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    "year": "2004",
    "description": "Helps individuals and coalitions identify specific strengths and areas of growth and enables partnerships to subsequently establish a baseline and gauge their progress via periodic checks on domains of effective collaboration.",
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  {
    "title": "Comments on the Draft Framework for the National Prevention Strategy: Recommendations for Draft Vision, Goals and Strategic Directions",
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    "year": "2011",
    "description": "Read Prevention Institute's comments to the National Prevention and Health Promotion Council on the draft framework for the National Prevention and Health Promotion Strategy (NPS).",
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  {
    "title": "A Decade of Advocacy: The Strategic Alliance for Healthy Food and Activity Environments",
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    "url": "http://www.preventioninstitute.org/component/jlibrary/article/id-326/127.html",
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    "description": "A Decade of Advocacy presents a case study of the Strategic Alliance, a network of 15 California-based organizations that came together to promote healthy food and activity environments. This document provides a roadmap for effective collaboration, and highlights the impact a group of organizations can have when working together to effect change.",
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  {
    "title": "Collaboration Multiplier",
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    "url": "http://www.preventioninstitute.org/component/jlibrary/article/id-44/127.html",
    "year": "2011",
    "description": "Collaboration Multiplier is an interactive framework and tool for analyzing collaborative efforts across fields. It is designed to guide an organization to a better understanding of which partners it needs and how to engage them, or to facilitate organizations that already work together in identifying activities to achieve a common goal, identify missing sectors that can contribute to a solution, delineate partner perspectives and contributions, and leverage expertise and resources. Using Collaboration Multiplier can help lay the foundation for shared understanding and common ground across all partners. Based on the understanding that sectors often have different understandings of issues and divergent reasons for engaging in the same effort, Collaboration Multiplier helps partners navigate differences to find approaches that advance their objectives simultaneously. Collaboration Multiplier can be used at different stages of collaboration, and is designed to complement and inform Prevention Institute's Spectrum of Prevention, which promotes multi-level strategic action as a best practice for primary prevention.",
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  {
    "title": "Building Cross-sector Collaboration",
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    "url": "http://www.preventioninstitute.org/tools/partnership-tools.html",
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    "description": "Prevention Institute's collaboration tools emerged from experience working in health coalitions and partnerships; they are presented for practitioners - both new to and seasoned in collaboration - who are interested in building, strengthening, and sustaining inter-sectoral partnerships designed around an integrated prevention approach. ",
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  {
    "title": "Supporting Community Health Through Collective Impact",
    "source": "Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, New Public Health",
    "url": "http://www.rwjf.org/en/blogs/new-public-health/2013/03/supporting_community.html",
    "year": "2013",
    "description": "Recently, GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) partnered with The Atlantic to host &ldquo;A Conversation on Community Health\" - a series of events in U.S. cities across the country to explore what it means, and what it takes, to create a healthy community. NewPublicHealth checked in with GSK's Senior Vice President and Corporate Medical Director, Robert Carr, MD, MPH, FACPM, to get his take on why businesses should care about community health, and why a broad, cross-sector dialogue is a critical next step.",
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  {
    "title": "Health in All Policies: Addressing the Legal and Policy Foundations of Health Impact Assessment",
    "source": "Robert Wood Johnson Foundation ",
    "url": "http://www.rwjf.org/en/research-publications/find-rwjf-research/2011/03/preface/health-in-all-policies.html",
    "year": "2011",
    "description": "The concept of Health in All Policies aims to improve the health outcomes associated with policies in an attempt to mitigate health disparities and provide optimal environments for healthier living. This multidisciplinary framework seeks to improve health through effective assessment and reformation of policy for organizations of any level and stature. The importance of integrating health in policy assessment and decision-making is a key concept in the growing field of health impact assessment.",
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    "sector": "government, public health, non-profit organizations, private, policy",
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  {
    "title": "Collaboration to Build Healthier Communities ",
    "source": "Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Commission to Build a Healthier America (written by Wilder Research and the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis for the RWJF)",
    "url": "http://www.rwjf.org/en/research-publications/find-rwjf-research/2013/06/collaboration-to-build-healthier-communities.html",
    "year": "2013",
    "description": "This report by Wilder Research and the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis provides new information on collaborative action to improve the health of communities across the United States. It addresses the following questions: What collaborative activity is occurring between the health and community development sectors in the United States? What factors underlie successful cross-sector initiatives to improve community health? What obstacles prevent collaboration between health and community development organizations from occurring? What actions can help optimally support additional collaboration between health and community development organizations that work to improve community health?",
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    "title": "Collaboratively Empowering Parents",
    "source": "Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Commission to Build a Healthier America",
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    "year": "2013",
    "description": "Preschool Without Walls, in Los Angeles, California, aims to reach, educate, and empower parents to serve as their children's first and lifelong educator. This case study highlights major outcomes and accomplishments, ingredients for success, key partners, and the populations served. ",
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    "sector": "families, education, child care",
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  {
    "title": "Integrating Health Education, Community, and healthcare",
    "source": "Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Commission to Build a Healthier America",
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    "year": "2013",
    "description": "The Brandywine Health Foundation of Coatesville, Pennsylvania oversaw the development of facilities, programs, and a community engagement process to bring health education, community and healthcare together in the community. This case study highlights major outcomes and accomplishments, ingredients for success, key partners, and the populations served.",
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  {
    "title": "Making Good Nutrition More Accessible",
    "source": "Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Commission to Build a Healthier America",
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    "year": "2013",
    "description": "Healthy Foods Here of Seattle, Washington created a corner store model project to bring healthier foods to neighborhoods experiencing poor health outcomes. This case study highlights major outcomes and accomplishments, ingredients for success, key partners, and the populations served.",
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  {
    "title": "Time to Act: Investing in the Health of Our Children and Communities ",
    "source": "Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Commission to Build a Healthier America",
    "url": "http://www.rwjf.org/en/research-publications/find-rwjf-research/2014/01/recommendations-from-the-rwjf-commission-to-build-a-healthier-am.html",
    "year": "2014",
    "description": "This report outlines 10 new recommendations from the RWJF Commission to Build a Healthier America. Throughout the report, the import of cross-sector collaboration is cited. ",
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  {
    "title": "Transit-oriented Developments, Health Lens Analysis Project",
    "source": "Government of South Australia",
    "url": "https://www.sahealth.sa.gov.au/wps/wcm/connect/Public+Content/SA+Health+Internet/Health+reform/Health+in+All+Policies/Health+Lens+Analysis+projects/Transit-oriented+Developments%2C+Health+Lens+Analysis+Project",
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    "description": "The Guide provides planners, public and environmental health professionals, designers and engineers with an agreed evidence base which links the quality and form of the built environment with the health and well-being of the community. It is envisaged that the Guide will be used as a resource by state and local government agencies involved in the implementation of the 30 Year Plan for Greater Adelaide.",
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    "sector": "policy, government, public health, public safety, transportation, community/City planning",
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  },
  {
    "title": "Collective Impact",
    "source": "Stanford Social Innovation Review",
    "url": "http://www.ssireview.org/articles/entry/collective_impact",
    "year": "2011",
    "description": "Large-scale social change requires broad cross-sector coordination, yet the social sector remains focused on the isolated intervention of individual organizations.",
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    "sector": "policy, government, education",
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  {
    "title": "Channeling Change: Making Collective Impact Work",
    "source": "Stanford Social Innovation Review",
    "url": "http://www.ssireview.org/blog/entry/channeling_change_making_collective_impact_work?cpgn=WP%20DL%20-%20Channeling%20Change",
    "year": "2012",
    "description": "This follow-up on the popular 'Collective Impact' article provides updated, in-depth guidance. In the winter 2011 issue of Stanford Social Innovation Review we introduced the concept of &ldquo;collective impact\" by describing several examples of highly structured collaborative efforts that had achieved substantial impact on a large scale social problem, such as The Strive Partnership educational initiative in Cincinnati, the environmental cleanup of the Elizabeth River in Virginia, and the Shape Up Somerville campaign against childhood obesity in Somerville, Mass. All of these initiatives share the five key conditions that distinguish collective impact from other types of collaboration: a common agenda, shared measurement systems, mutually reinforcing activities, continuous communication, and the presence of a backbone organization. This post describes and discusses those five conditions and other key aspects of collective impact work. ",
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  {
    "title": "Creating a Common Language for Cross-sector Collaboration",
    "source": "Stanford Social Innovation Review",
    "url": "http://www.ssireview.org/blog/entry/creating_a_common_language_for_cross_sector_collaboration",
    "year": "2013",
    "description": "In this blog post, the authors suggests that a framework for visualizing problems and a common language for talking about them can make all the difference.",
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    "sector": "government, public health, non-profit organizations, private  ",
    "geographicScope": "neighborhood, city, local",
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    "title": "Embracing Emergence: How Collective Impact Addresses Complexity",
    "source": "Stanford Social Innovation",
    "url": "http://www.ssireview.org/blog/entry/embracing_emergence_how_collective_impact_addresses_complexity?utm_source=Enews&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=ten_gifts",
    "year": "2013",
    "description": "Collective impact is upending conventional wisdom on how we achieve social progress. This post lists some of the foundational tools available through the Stanford Social Innovation.",
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  {
    "title": "HP's Cross-Sector Health Partnership in Kenya",
    "source": "Stanford Social Innovation Review",
    "url": "http://www.ssireview.org/blog/entry/hps_cross_sector_health_partnership_in_kenya",
    "year": "2012",
    "description": "This post describes the partnership between HP, the Clinton Health Access Initiative, and the Kenyan government to support early infant diagnosis of HIV. ",
    "icon": "watch",
    "type": "Blog Post",
    "sector": "government, public health, non-profit organizations, private  ",
    "geographicScope": "national, international",
    "publicHealthFocus": "communicable disease prevention",
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    "title": "Understanding the Value of Backbone Organizations in Collective Impact",
    "source": "Stanford Social Innovation",
    "url": "http://www.ssireview.org/blog/entry/understanding_the_value_of_backbone_organizations_in_collective_impact_1",
    "year": "2012",
    "description": "An in-depth, 4-part review of what it takes to be a backbone organization, and how to evaluate and support its work. ",
    "icon": "watch",
    "type": "Blog Post",
    "sector": "non-profit organizations",
    "geographicScope": "city, local",
    "publicHealthFocus": "",
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  {
    "title": "Diabetes: Creating a Common Agenda for Collective Impact",
    "source": "Stratis Health",
    "url": "http://www.stratishealth.org/pubs/qualityupdate/f12/diabetes.html",
    "year": "2012",
    "description": "Continuing Minnesota's tradition of working collaboratively to reduce the burden of diabetes in the state, the Minnesota Diabetes Steering Committee, a statewide coalition of nearly 30 organizations led by the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) for almost three decades, made a bold decision in the fall of 2011 to try a new organizing approach - collective impact - to address the many complex, long-standing issues around diabetes.",
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    "type": "Newsletter Article",
    "sector": "government, public health, non-profit organizations, private  ",
    "geographicScope": "state",
    "publicHealthFocus": "chronic disease prevention",
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    "title": "National Prevention Strategy",
    "source": "U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the Surgeon General",
    "url": "http://www.surgeongeneral.gov/initiatives/prevention/strategy/",
    "year": "2011",
    "description": "The National Prevention Strategy, released June 16, 2011, aims to guide our nation in the most effective and achievable means for improving health and well-being. The Strategy prioritizes prevention by integrating recommendations and actions across multiple settings to improve health and save lives. The Strategy envisions a prevention-oriented society where all sectors recognize the value of health for individuals, families, and society and work together to achieve better health for Americans. ",
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    "sector": "All Sectors",
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      "All Sectors",
      "All Scope",
      "All Health"
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    "title": "Prevention Matters Infographic",
    "source": "U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the Surgeon General",
    "url": "http://www.surgeongeneral.gov/priorities/prevention/strategy/infographic/",
    "year": "2014",
    "description": "The Prevention Matters infographic highlights opportunities and progress in prevention, as well as federal actions aligned with the strategic directions and priorities of the National Prevention Strategy. Scroll over the interactive infographic to learn more about cross-sector efforts to increase the number of Americans who are healthy at every stage of life. ",
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    "type": "Infographic",
    "sector": "policy, government, healthcare, public health, families",
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    "publicHealthFocus": "environmental health, health equity, tobacco-free living, chronic disease prevention",
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      "environmental health",
      "Clinical Preventive Services",
      "Disparities",
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  {
    "title": "Sustainable Communities Index",
    "source": "Sustainable Communities Collective",
    "url": "http://www.sustainablecommunitiesindex.org/",
    "year": "",
    "description": "The Sustainable Communities Index is a system of indicators for livable, equitable and prosperous cities. This site provides the methods and data sources required for collecting indicators in your city or region and resources for applying these metrics to planning, policy making and civic engagement. Citizens, community groups, government agencies, private business, and community organizations can all use the measures in the SCI",
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    "sector": "policy, government, healthcare, business, non-profit organizations, public health, transportation, employers, education, child care, public safety, housing",
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    "title": "Worksite Health Promotion",
    "source": "Community Preventive Services Task Force",
    "url": "http://www.thecommunityguide.org/worksite/index.html",
    "year": "",
    "description": "Worksite policies and programs may help employees reduce health risks and improve their quality of life. The site has links to interventions reviewed by the Community Guide and and a number of materials near the bottom of the webpage.",
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    "sector": "policy, employers ",
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    "publicHealthFocus": "chronic disease prevention, communicable disease prevention, environmental health",
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      "communicable disease prevention",
      "environmental health"
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  {
    "title": "Five ways funders can foster cross-sector collaboration",
    "source": "The Guardian: Global Development Professionals Network",
    "url": "http://www.theguardian.com/global-development-professionals-network/2013/mar/19/big-lottery-fund-working-collaboratively",
    "year": "2013",
    "description": "Collaboration between charities, the public sector and businesses is becoming more common but no less challenging. Bally Sappal suggests how funders might mediate.",
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    "type": "Article",
    "sector": "government, public health, non-profit organizations, private",
    "geographicScope": "",
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      "non-profit organizations",
      "private"
    ]
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  {
    "title": "Five cross-sector partnerships innovating to solve social problems",
    "source": "The Guardian",
    "url": "http://www.theguardian.com/public-leaders-network/2013/oct/03/five-ways-develop-solution-economy",
    "year": "2013",
    "description": "From recycling to space exploration, collaborations between business, government and charities can create huge public value. This article offers five interesting examples of collaborative action. ",
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    "type": "Case Studies",
    "sector": "private, families",
    "geographicScope": "",
    "publicHealthFocus": "environmental health",
    "keywords": [
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      "Economy",
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  {
    "title": "Project Brief: Health Equity for Urban American Indians and Alaska Natives",
    "source": "Urban Indian Health Institute",
    "url": "http://www.uihi.org/projects/health-equity/",
    "year": "2011",
    "description": "In 2010, the Seattle Indian Health Board&rsquo;s Urban Indian Health Institute (UIHI)received funding from the Office of Minority Health to carry out the Health Equity Project. The hope for this project is to support the work of urban Indian health organizations and ultimately the Healthy People 2020 goal of eliminating health disparities. This project will identify and disseminate models of successful prevention, treatment and management of disease in Urban American Indian/Alaska Native communities. The specific focus is on Healthy People 2020 objectives related to cardiovascular disease (CVD or heart disease), depression, as well as substance abuse and chemical dependency, a priority identified by the Urban Indian Health Organizations. Additionally, the Health Equity Project will provide tools and support for leveraging resources through strategic partnerships, evaluation efforts, and organizational preparation for implementing or strengthening programming.  Read more about the Health Equity Project's background, preliminary findings and next steps in UIHI's April 2011 Project Brief.",
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    "sector": "government, public health",
    "geographicScope": "tribal",
    "publicHealthFocus": "environmental health, health equity, preventing drug and alcohol abuse, chronic disease prevention, mental and emotional wellbeing",
    "keywords": [
      "Urban Indian Health Institute",
      "Healthy People 2020",
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      "Alaska Native",
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      "environmental health"
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      "government",
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      "tribal",
      "environmental health",
      "health equity",
      "preventing drug and alcohol abuse",
      "chronic disease prevention",
      "mental and emotional wellbeing"
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  {
    "title": "Resources for Partnerships",
    "source": "Urban Indian Health Institute",
    "url": "http://www.uihi.org/projects/health-equity/partnership/",
    "year": "",
    "description": "Resource Page on the 'Promoting Health Equity for Urban American Indians and Alaska Natives site.' These resource guides offer suggestions for managing partnerships effectively. ",
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  {
    "title": "Native Generations",
    "source": "Urban Indian Health Institute",
    "url": "http://www.uihi.org/projects/native-generations/",
    "year": "2012",
    "description": "Native Generations is a campaign addressing high rates of infant mortality among American Indians and Alaska Natives. The campaign video: Shares the stories of young urban AI/AN parents that are staying connected to their culture and community for the health of their families. Promotes a nationwide network of Urban Indian Health Organizations that provide health services, cultural activities and connection to community support. Reveals challenges to infant health, safety practices and other health risks. Highlights examples of innovative and vital programs for Native families in two cities.",
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    "sector": "government, public health",
    "geographicScope": "tribal",
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      "Urban Indian Health Institute",
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      "Infant Mortality"
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  },
  {
    "title": "Business as a Partner in Strengthening Public Health Systems in Developing Countries ",
    "source": "International Business Leaders Forum, Clinton Global Initiative",
    "url": "http://www.un.org/partnerships/Docs/report_13_HEALTH%20FINAL.pdf",
    "year": "2006",
    "description": "This publication is part of a series that highlights some of the key challenges, opportunities and practical examples that were identified in dialogues among over 400 leaders in business, government, development agencies, civil society, and academia to share good practices and identify practical and feasible models of collective business action and public-private partnership aimed at achieving more systemic and scalable solutions to global challenges. It makes recommendations for ways that companies can get directly engaged in specific initiatives on-the-ground.",
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  {
    "title": "Charting a Course for Change through Collective Impact",
    "source": "United Way",
    "url": "http://www.unitedway.org/blog/entry/charting-a-course-for-change/",
    "year": "2013",
    "description": "This blog post describes United Way's report, Charting a Course for Change through Collective Impact, and provides a link to a toolkit. ",
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    "type": "Blog Post",
    "sector": "government, private, non-profit organizations, public health, employers, education, families",
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      "families",
      "health equity",
      "environmental health"
    ]
  },
  {
    "title": "Public-Private Partnerships in Health: The Private Sector's Role in Public-Private Partnerships",
    "source": "World Economic Forum",
    "url": "http://www.weforum.org/pdf/GHI/Partnerships_health.pdf",
    "year": "",
    "description": "The World Economic Forum Global Health Initiative partnered with leading consulting firm Booz Allen Hamilton to uncover underlying principles of successful PPPs by researching the real-world experience of leading companies, governments and non-governmental organizations. Booz Allen conducted nearly 60 interviews with senior executives of multinational corporations, governments, multilateral agencies, foundations and not-for-profit organizations and researched over 40 PPPs, primarily in international health. The research explored the conditions under which PPPs are the right form of collaboration and what optimizes success. ",
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    "sector": "government, private, non-profit organizations, employers, public health",
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      "Example"
    ],
    "categories": [
      "government",
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      "non-profit organizations",
      "employers",
      "public health"
    ]
  },
  {
    "title": "Health in All Policies (HiAP): Framework for Country Action",
    "source": "World Health Organization",
    "url": "http://www.who.int/cardiovascular_diseases/140120HPRHiAPFramework.pdf?ua=1",
    "year": "2014",
    "description": "This document serves as a 'starters kit' for applying Health in All Policies (HiAP) in decision-making and implementation at national and sub-national levels. It can be easily adapted for use in different country contexts and at the regional and global levels. ",
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    "sector": "government, private, non-profit organizations, employers, public health",
    "geographicScope": "national, international ",
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  {
    "title": "Promoting Shared Value and Collective Impact for Women's and Children's Health",
    "source": "Asia-Pacific Leadership and Policy Dialogue for Women's and Children's Health ",
    "url": "http://www.who.int/pmnch/media/news/2012/innovation_collective_impact.pdf",
    "year": "2012",
    "description": "Women and children have multiple, inter-related health needs. Addressing these needs across the \"Continuum of Care\" in an integrated manner requires collective efforts from multiple actors. Partnerships allow them to build on each other's core competencies and have a larger, more sustainable impact. Such efforts also create shared value, addressing both social needs and business priorities.This publication includes a guide to collective impact and links to additional resources. ",
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    "sector": "government, private, non-profit organizations, employers, public health",
    "geographicScope": "national, international",
    "publicHealthFocus": "health equity ",
    "keywords": [
      "Collective Impact",
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      "Children",
      "Continuum Of Care",
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      "Global Health",
      "Equity"
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      "government",
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      "health equity"
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  {
    "title": "Implementing Health in All Policies, Adelaide 2010",
    "source": "Government of South Australia",
    "url": "http://www.who.int/sdhconference/resources/implementinghiapadel-sahealth-100622.pdf",
    "year": "2010",
    "description": "This volume addresses a number of important implementation challenges for Health in All Policies. History is analysed, different contexts are explored, concepts and methods are elaborated and case studies are described. National and sub-national country case studies shed light on how nations as diverse as Australia, Canada, Finland, France, Norway and Thailand are incrementally working towards better policy integration and governance for social wellbeing and equity. The concepts, examples and practical experiences documented in this volume provide essential learning for moving towards a clearer conceptual framework for Health in All Policies.",
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    "type": "Book",
    "sector": "government",
    "geographicScope": "National, international",
    "publicHealthFocus": "health equity",
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      "Health In All Policies",
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  {
    "title": "Scaling Up Energy Access through Cross-sector Partnerships",
    "source": "World Economic Forum",
    "url": "http://www3.weforum.org/docs/IP/2014/EN/Communications/WEF_EN_Scaling_Up_Energy_Access.pdf",
    "year": "2013",
    "description": "In this study, over 40 experts from across the private, public and civil society sectors were consulted; existing barriers to providing off-grid electricity to rural households were analyzed; promising and innovative approaches were further understood. The result: a &ldquo;cross-sector partnership framework\" was developed as a starting point for new cross-sector business models on energy access in peri-urban and rural areas. A profit and loss (P&L) methodology has also been developed to measure and quantify the economic, environmental and social impacts of rural electrification and thus support the business case.",
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    "sector": "private, non-profit organizations, government, industry",
    "geographicScope": "local, regional, national, international",
    "publicHealthFocus": "environmental health",
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      "Economy",
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      "environmental health"
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  {
    "title": "Implementing the National Prevention Strategy in Local Health Departments: A web-based tool",
    "source": "Brandie Adams-Piphus, National Association of County and City Health Officials",
    "url": "https://apha.confex.com/apha/142am/webprogram/Paper299958.html",
    "year": "2014",
    "description": "The National Prevention Strategy (NPS) calls for collaboration among cross-sector partners to implement evidence-based strategies for wellness. Local Health Departments (LHDs) are well-positioned to implement NPS due to their ability to engage local stakeholders and provide data on local public health concerns. NACCHO surveyed 79 LHDs to determine factors that influence adoption of NPS. The objective of this presentation is to describe the framework for carrying out local evidence-based prevention initiatives via multi-sector partnerships. It explains four steps for implementing the National Prevention Strategy at the local level. (APHA subscription required)",
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    "type": "Conference Session",
    "sector": "government, public health",
    "geographicScope": "local, city, county, regional",
    "publicHealthFocus": "",
    "keywords": [
      "National Prevention Strategy",
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      "Adoption",
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      "government",
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  {
    "title": "Implement the National Prevention Strategy",
    "source": "Trust for America's Health",
    "url": "http://healthyamericans.org/assets/files/Implement%20National%20Prevention%20Strategy04.pdf",
    "year": "2013",
    "description": "Numerous factors outside the healthcare system &mdash; including housing, education, transportation, the availability of quality affordable food, and conditions in the workplace and the environment &mdash; often play a large role in public health so working across agencies to identify and develop reforms can have a major impact in improving the health of all Americans. If every federal agency focuses increased attention on prevention and health promotion, benefits will flow to the public&rsquo;s health and will help each agency fulfill its mission. Trust for America's Health (TFAH) provides recommendations for the Federal Government and examples of actions being taken to implement the National Prevention Strategy. ",
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    "type": "Issue Brief",
    "sector": "government, public health",
    "geographicScope": "city, county, local, national",
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  {
    "title": "Charting a Course for Change through Collective Impact",
    "source": "United Way",
    "url": "https://s3.amazonaws.com/unway.3cdn.net/8199da40c4fa8be4e2_hzm6bu7o3.pdf",
    "year": "2013",
    "description": "More than 40 issue experts, 100 community leaders and a ton of research went into Charting a Course for Change that United Way put together recently. You'll find the strategies experts say most communities should consider in those three areas, the most effective implementation approaches to turn those strategies into action, and the role or roles that your United Way can play to advance the common good by creating opportunities for a good life for all.",
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  {
    "title": "Charting a Course for Change in Education, Income, and Health: Tools to help you navigate",
    "source": "United Way",
    "url": "https://s3.amazonaws.com/unway.3cdn.net/9e7ff497cee6d7651e_r9m6b89k2.pdf",
    "year": "2013",
    "description": "This toolkit brings together the latest reports, issue briefs, toolkits and online resources that may be most helpful as you start - or scale up - your community change efforts.",
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  {
    "title": "Tips for Leveraging Education, Income and Health Strategies",
    "source": "United Way",
    "url": "https://secure.unitedway.org/page/-/Files/Charting%20a%20Course%20-%20Tips.pdf",
    "year": "2012",
    "description": "Here are a few ideas for using Charting a Course in focusing staff and board members, in planning, in coordinating with community partners and funded agency leaders, and in outreach to workforce campaign companies, major investors, opinion leaders, funded agency leaders and others important to making lasting change.",
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  {
    "title": "Working Toward Transformational Health Partnerships in Low- and Middle-Income Countries",
    "source": "BSR (Business for Social Responsibility)",
    "url": "http://www.bsr.org/en/our-insights/report-view/working-toward-transformational-health-partnerships",
    "year": "2012",
    "description": "Global health partnerships play a key role in meeting many of the most critical health needs of low– and middle-income countries. This report summarizes the contribution of these partnerships to meeting global health needs and how to increase their scale and impact going forward.",
    "icon": "read1",
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    "sector": "private, non-profit organizations, industry",
    "geographicScope": "National, international",
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  {
    "title": "What Works in Minnesota: Cases of Cross-Sector Collaboration to Improve Community Health",
    "source": "Minnesota Healthy Communities Initiative ",
    "url": "https://www.wilder.org/Wilder-Research/Documents/What%20Works%20in%20Minnesota_Poster%20Booklet.pdf",
    "year": "2013",
    "description": "This collection of posters was showcased at the November 1, 2013, Minnesota Healthy Communities Conference: Building on What Works, in St. Paul, Minnesota. Included in this collection are projects across the state of Minnesota that promote access to healthy foods; opportunities for physical activity and active living; access to healthcare; quality early childhood and education; healthy housing; and a culture of health in neighborhoods, schools, and workplaces. These case examples highlight the emerging field of cross-sector collaboration to improve community health and identify several of the key ingredients required for project success. ",
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    "title": "Current practice in the evaluation of cross-sector partnerships for sustainable development ",
    "source": "The Partnering Initiatives",
    "url": "http://thepartneringinitiative.org/publications/research-papers/current-practice-in-the-evaluation-of-cross-sector-partnerships-for-sustainable-development/",
    "year": "2008",
    "description": "This paper reports the results of research undertaken in the Spring and Summer of 2008 and discusses its implications for ongoing TPI research and development on tools for improving the effectiveness of cross-sector partnerships in delivering sustainable development &mdash; work still very much in progress.",
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    "geographicScope": "",
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    "title": "A Holistic Approach to Community Development in Minneapols-St. Paul",
    "source": "Robert Wood Johnson Foundation",
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    "year": "2015",
    "description": "Learn how community developers are impacting the health of residents in a low-income housing complex in St. Paul and a senior center in Minneapolis, through two Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC)-supported projects.",
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    "sector": "Housing, community/city planning, non-profit organizations",
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    "publicHealthFocus": "Environmental health, healthy Aging",
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      "Low-income",
      "Senior"
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    "title": "Cross-sector Collaboration: Management Decision and Change Model",
    "source": "Cross-sector Collaboration: Management Decision and Change Model",
    "url": "http://scholarworks.gvsu.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1002&context=tfr",
    "year": "2013",
    "description": "This article describes a successful collaboration among foundation, city government, and nonprofit stakeholders that leveraged an initial investment of $60,000 to $4.5 million in public and private funding to create a sustainable Green & Healthy Homes Initiatives for low- and moderate-income neighborhoods in Providence, R.I.",
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      "environmental health",
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    "title": "Health Impact Assessment and the National Prevention Strategy",
    "source": "National Network of Public Health Institutes",
    "url": "http://www.nnphi.org/program-areas/health-in-all-policies/health-impact-assessments/health-impact-assessment-the-national-prevention-strategy",
    "year": "2014",
    "description": "This Toolkit supports use of HIAs as a strategy for considering health in decision making.  The types of decisions made by federal departments often have health consequences for the communities they serve. Health Impact Assessment (HIA) is a structured process that brings together scientific data, public health expertise, and stakeholder input to identify the potential health effects of a proposed policy, program, project or plan.  The toolkit features two case stuides, discusses lessons learned, and identifies issues specific to integrating the practice of HIA into decision making. ",
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    "sector": "Government, education, Transportation",
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    "publicHealthFocus": "active living, environmental health, health equity",
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    "title": "CDC Community Health Improvement Navigator",
    "source": "Centers for Disease Control and Prevention",
    "url": "https://www.cdc.gov/chinav/",
    "year": "2015",
    "description": "Our health and well-being are products of not only the healthcare we receive and the choices we make, but also the places where we live, learn, work, and play. Community health improvement (CHI) is a process to identify and address the health needs of communities. Because working together has a greater impact on health and economic vitality than working alone, CHI brings together healthcare, public health, and other stakeholders to consider high-priority actions to improve community health. The CDC Community Health Improvement Navigator (CHI Navigator) is a website for people who lead or participate in CHI work within hospitals and health systems, public health agencies, and other community organizations. It is a one-stop-shop that offers community stakeholders expert-vetted tools and resources. ",
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    "type": "website",
    "sector": "healthcare, public health ",
    "geographicScope": "All Scope",
    "publicHealthFocus": "All Health",
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      "Community",
      "Navigator",
      "Tool",
      "Database",
      "Resource",
      "Collaboration",
      "Healthcare",
      "Hospital",
      "CDC"
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