A comprehensive website offering eLearning, cases studies, and other tools and resource strategies to promote leadership within the workforce.
This is also an additional resource listed for the New York New Jersey Public Health Training Center learning module, Mastering the Roles of Supervision.
Created by Prevention Institute (PI) over a decade ago and updated in 2010, THRIVE is a place-based and action-oriented tool and framework that engages community leaders and residents, public health practitioners, and multiple sectors in a process of assessing, identifying, and improving community conditions that can facilitate better health, safety and equity outcomes.
When Central California Regional Obesity Prevention Program (CCROPP) staff attended a THRIVE training of trainers, they immediately understood how this tool could help San Joaquin Valley residents link the connection between environment, behavior and health. With the THRIVE tool the youth identified their community’s health concerns and inequities, determined health priorities, developed a vision and goals, and initiated diverse short and long term action steps.
Created by Prevention Institute (PI), THRIVE, a place-based and action-oriented tool and framework, engages community leaders, residents, public health practitioners and multiple sectors in a process of assessing, identifying and improving community conditions that can facilitate better health, safety and equity outcomes. As a regional manager for the Louisiana Public Health Institute, Jennifer’s new awareness of the social determinants of health created a fundamental shift in her approach to community- based health improvement.
LPHI THRIVE Case Example
The Health Equity Initiative, spearheaded by County Chair Ted Wheeler in partnership with the Multnomah County Health Department, is a county-wide effort that works to address the root causes of socioeconomic and racial injustices that lead to health disparities.
From Healthy People 2020, check out how the Colorado Department of Health and Environment created an actionable plan to address lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) health.