Upcoming Webinars

CEO Working Group Webinar

In this webinar, leaders in health philanthropy will be joined by expert speaker Dr. Hahrie Han of Johns Hopkins University. Dr. Han will share her thoughts on the fundamental need for collective action to address the most intractable problems in health and how funders can become involved or deepen their involvement in strengthening democracy

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Roundtable Discussion for Health Funders’ Policy Staff

Join this informal roundtable discussion to connect with your peers, explore pressing issues, and share your experiences monitoring the use of artificial intelligence in public benefit programs, such as Medicaid.  

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Funding Like You Want to Win: Philanthropy & Movement Investments

In this conversation, we’ll hear from leaders at the forefront of efforts to build a more inclusive, healthier, safer, and more prosperous multi-racial democracy, as well as learn from foundations that have embraced movement-centered strategies.

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Bias in the Health Care System: Part Two

Participants joined this webinar to discuss their work in supporting equitable treatment in the health care system, the successes you have seen, and the challenges you have encountered.

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Roundtable Discussion for Funders with Less Than $30 Million in Assets

Participants joined this informal networking session to talk with their peers about effective ways to advance narrative change without costly media-based investments.

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Philanthropy and Public Health: Building Strong Partnerships for Healthy Communities

Participants joined APHA for a webinar on the strategies that philanthropic organizations use to improve population health and support the nation’s public health system.

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Bias in the Health Care System: Part One

In this webinar, panelists discussed the state of research on provider biases, potential intervention strategies to increase awareness of biases in clinical encounters, and areas where more research is needed to advance equity in health care.

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Building Support for WIC: Opportunities for Philanthropic Advocacy

This session gathered experts from the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, the National WIC Association, and 1,000 days to explore why increasing WIC participation is vital to improving maternal and child health outcomes in the U.S.

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Census and Redistricting: Past, Present, and Future Roles for Health Funders

Participants joined this webinar to explore lessons from the 2020 census and redistricting cycle, learn about current opportunities to advance equity, and prepare for future challenges requiring the collaborative engagement of health funders.

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Roundtable Discussion for Health Funders’ Policy Staff

Participants joined this informal roundtable discussion to connect with their peers, explore pressing issues, and share their experiences collaborating with other funders to advance policy change.

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It’s Time to Move: Physical Activity as Medicine

Participants learned of the current achievements and milestones, the important next steps, and opportunities for philanthropy to lead the effort to integrate physical activity into America’s healthcare system. Speakers included Liz Joy of Sequelae and Lore Health, Cassandra Stish of Welld Health, and Laurie Whitsel of the American Heart Association. 

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Power Sharing: Redefining Power Dynamics in Communities, Health Care Systems, and Philanthropic Practices

After this session, participants walked away with (1) concrete examples of power-sharing at multiple levels (community, health care systems, and philanthropy), including the obstacles and challenges to doing this well, and (2) practical tools for funders to start or continue their own power-sharing journey.

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Addressing Health-Related Social Needs Using a Social Justice Lens to Advance Health Equity 

Participants learned practical approaches to supporting collaboration among health and non-health care organizations to address social drivers of health across diverse contexts, how confronting structural racism through payment reform can address social drivers of health, and how philanthropic investments can advance policy to promote greater health equity. 

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