Bandwidthonline.org is excited to add the following resource to the site. If you have other items you think would be helpful to your Hartford colleagues please send them to Chris Gherst at email@example.com.
- Webinar Recordings
Thinking Inside the Box: Four Steps to More Effective Posters is a webinar presented by John Beilenson of SCP that helps prepare grantees and scholars for their next poster session. The 75-minute session introduces listeners to the concept of message-driven posters and provides guidance on creating them.
What's In It for Them: Developing Powerful Value Propositons is a Hartford Change AGEnts webinar with special guests Dr. Kyle Allen, Jennifer Porth and Dr. Laura N. Gitlin. In the webinar, participants learn how to develop a strong value proposition and hear several case examples from the field.
Making News: A Guide to Connecting with Reporters and Bloggers and Getting Your Story Out is a webinar with special guest reporter Liz Seegert. In the webinar, participants learn what makes a good story, how to connect with reporters and bloggers, how to stay on message and more.
Twitter: Yes, You Can!. This webinar provides an introduction to Twitter and the mechanics of using it. Our special guests, Amy Berman (@NotesOnNursing) and Vinny Arora, MD, (@FutureDocs) also share their experience using Twitter to advance their work.
For the slides only, go to: www.bandwidthonline.org/pdf/130509 TwitterYesYouCan2.pdf
Thinking Diffusion: Moving a Promising Idea into Practice. This interactive webinar features a conversation with Gary Oftedahl, MD, Chief Knowledge Officer at the Institute for Clinical Systems Improvement (ICSI), a non-profit health care improvement organization comprised of 50+ medical groups, non-profit health plans and others. Dr. Oftedahl frames learnings from ICSI and his experience observing and supporting the implementation of a variety of innovative health care interventions across the country.
For the slides only, go to: www.bandwidthonline.org/pdf/13_Diffusion_adaptive_ldrshp_webinar.pdf