PHI’s multi-disciplinary teams provide specialized expertise—from creating new partnerships, to navigating relationships between governmental, private sector and non-profit teams, to building community consensus and will for healthy changes—all based on best practices and science-based strategies. We bring decades of experience in navigating public-private partnerships, which have resulted in demonstrable health improvements to communities across the world.
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Resources and Tools
- California Healthy Cities and Communities: Twenty-Five Years of Cultivating Community and Advancing a Movement
- Multisectoral Lessons from Healthy Communities
- Prevention Means Business infographic and brief
Here's How We're Making a Difference
Accelerating Multi-Sectoral Leadership for Health
The National Leadership Academy for the Public’s Health (NLAPH) is a one-year applied leadership training program designed to build leadership capacity and strengthen multi-sector collaboration within community health initiatives across the country. Since 2012, NLAPH has trained 125 teams and 600+ leaders from 44 states and territories. Over 90% of participants reported that the NLAPH model is effective and sufficient in supporting intersectoral leadership development. Most participants (97%) would recommend the program to their colleagues.
NLAPH participants are making a difference: teams have tripled the number of underrepresented medical residents at the Medical University of South Carolina, helped pass a NYC-wide law restricting tobacco purchases for people under 21, and increased lead screening rates from 80% to 100% in New Jersey’s Burlington County.
Addressing NCDs through Public-Private Partnerships
By designing and staffing corporate fellowship programs, the Global Health Leaders initiative improves health outcomes in South Africa, India, Brazil, and the U.S. With partner Medtronic Philanthropy, associates create access to care and management for non-communicable diseases (NCDs) such as heart disease and diabetes.
Boosting National Leadership Capacity to Act on Asthma
To share the best practices and learnings from California Healthy Housing Coalition model with other states, PHI's Regional Asthma Management and Prevention (RAMP) developed a “National Healthy Housing Learning Community” focused on state–level approaches to healthy housing. This network meets every other month to share experience on coalition building, policy development, and political strategies for healthy housing.
Participants are from Colorado, Nebraska, Montana, Minnesota, Georgia, Rhode Island, Michigan, Mississippi, New Mexico, Louisiana, Ohio, Georgia, and several regional offices of HUD and EPA. Based on member feedback, RAMP also added the National Center for Healthy Housing to provide updates on potential impacts from federal policy changes.if($topics_list) : ?>