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The Collective for Health Equity and Well-Being

Cooperative Extension’s Collective for Health Equity and Well-Being is a community of Extension personnel and their partners united by their shared commitment to advancing health equity and well-being. Members work together to support the implementation of Cooperative Extension’s National Framework for Health Equity and Well-Being (2021) to ensure that all people can be as healthy as they can be.

Nuts and Bolts of Cooperative Extension's New Health Framework


Don't miss the opportunity to lean more about Cooperative Extension's National Framework for Health Equity and Well-Being. This framework was approved by the Extension Committee on Organization and Policy (ECOP) in 2021 and was designed to serve as a roadmap for advancing the health-focused work of the Cooperative Extension System. The framework is organized around three core themes: health equity, social determinants of health, and working through coalitions to increase community health assets.

At the end of this webinar, you will:

  1. Understand the five high-level recommendations for advancing work around the critical themes of the framework.
  2. Understand the role and function of the Health and Well-being Program Action Team
  3. Be familiar with the new website for the Collective for Health Equity and Well-Being.
  4. Begin to see the framework in the context of your role in Extension and contribute to conversations on implementation of the framework.
  5. Learn from your peers at other LGUs about how they are implementing the recommendations from the health Framework.

The webinar will be held October 25 from 1:00 - 2:00 PM Eastern Time.

Register for this session here. The framework can be accessed here.

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