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April 28, 2021 Arthritis Program Sharing/Networking webinar - Shared screen with speaker view
Heather Murphy (she/her), NACDD
34:52
NACDD Action on Arthritis website - https://actiononarthritis.chronicdisease.org/resources/
Lisa Erck [she/her], NACDD
38:07
https://www.nationalalliancehealth.org
Lisa Erck [she/her], NACDD
41:48
https://www.cdc.gov/partners/pdf/partnershipguidance-4-16-14.pdf
Dr. Julie Dearing, Oklahoma State Department of Health
51:20
Time and competing priorities
WA - Amy Ellings (she/her/hers)
51:20
no statewide partner
Nadia Z. Mazza (she/her), NCCHW
51:20
Identifying and engaging potential partners
Stephanie George (Utah DOH)
51:21
Private entities have “bigger” priorities
Adam Burch
51:21
Very few larger employers to work with
Lainey Faulkner - KDHE
51:21
One that comes to mind: Finding the right person to talk to/timing
Amy Michael (she/her) Minnesota
51:22
tfunding is often a barrier as well has people are approached with so much and so many publics
Anika Foster, CDC
51:22
Arthritis is not a priority for employers
Peter Doliber
51:28
Too many large complex national and international business that don't see value in local relations
Mona Burwell
52:17
Biggest barrier is number of free programs offered.
Dr. Julie Dearing, Oklahoma State Department of Health
55:14
One thing that helps me to find the right person to work with is our recognition program.
Jennifer Raymond - ESMV-NS (Massachusetts)
55:51
With respect to the competing/bigger priorities, we can ask more questions about what those priorities are and try to make a better value case on how our programs might impact that priority. Instead of trying to "sell" our program, how do we position our work as a "solution" to their problem.
Neil Goldfarb
56:11
Love that, Jennifer!
Michelle Winokur - NACDD Evaluator
59:54
Excellent point Julie. You don't want to make more work for them, you want to help them address a problem (that they might not realize they have).
Michelle Winokur - NACDD Evaluator
01:00:14
Oops - I meant Jennifer, not Julie.
Jennifer Raymond - ESMV-NS (Massachusetts)
01:06:57
We recently talked with an employer who will have a hybrid work model: some in the office, some at home. They wondered how they would incentive people to be back in the office some days. We talked about the social components of socially-distanced WWE or CDSMP programs as a potential incentive.
Katie Potestio (NYSDOH)
01:12:32
We've recently realized the opportunity to position our program as a resource to help employers promote walking and ensure walking programs are accessible to people of all abilities.
Neil Goldfarb
01:13:54
That's great, Katie. The one caveat from our first employer experience was that it's helpful to target the program toward individuals who aren't already active. We found that some of the initial participants already were very active and didn't see any benefit from Walk With Ease.
Katie Potestio (NYSDOH)
01:16:45
Right, offering WWE can help an employer's walking program more inclusive but employers may not want to have to manage multiple program offerings
Christa-Marie Singleton
01:17:14
https://www.cdc.gov/sixeighteen/resources/index.htm
Lisa Erck [she/her], NACDD
01:18:25
Julie, Where do you sit within the State Health Department and how is your position funded?
Dr. Julie Dearing, Oklahoma State Department of Health
01:20:28
I'm in the Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion. I'm able to work across multiple funding streams to incorporate employee wellness and effect health to prevent chronic diseases. I partner with our 1701 CDC grant, 1815 CDC grant, 1801 School Health grant as well as Community development - all focusing on address outcomes across programs.
Lisa Erck [she/her], NACDD
01:21:42
Thanks, Julie!
Amy Michael (she/her) Minnesota
01:22:10
such helpful information Christa-Marie!
Amy Michael (she/her) Minnesota
01:23:30
Great point Neil
Heather Murphy (she/her), NACDD
01:26:26
Click here for the April 28 (today!) webinar surveyhttps://nacdd.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_3CqdHJ8TVzq6vjwThank you all for attending! A link to the recording will be available soon on the Action on Arthritis page https://actiononarthritis.chronicdisease.org/.Reminder that the next TA webinar is scheduled for May 26, 2021 at 1:30 p.m. and the virtual national grantee meeting is May 18-20, 2021.
Nadia Z. Mazza (she/her), NCCHW
01:28:04
Thank you!
Lisa Erck [she/her], NACDD
01:28:10
Thank you!