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Strategic Frame Analysis Overview and Workshop

“Since 1999, a rare collaboration between communications scholars and practitioners at FrameWorks Institute has worked to develop a new approach to explaining social issues to the public. Strategic Frame Analysis is a proprietary approach to communications research and practice that pays attention to the public's deeply held worldviews and widely held assumptions.” Listen to this E-Workshop to learn “more about Strategic Frame Analysis and how it can be applied to non-profit communications and advocacy.”


FrameWorks Institute

The California Endowment: Building Healthy Communities

“Building Healthy Communities (BHC) is a 10 year, $1 billion comprehensive community initiative launched by The California Endowment in 2010 to advance statewide policy, change the narrative, and transform 14 of California’s communities devastated by health inequities into places where all people and neighborhoods thrive.”


The California Endowment

The Intersector Project

“The Intersector Project is a non-profit organization that empowers practitioners in the business, government, and non-profit sectors to collaborate to solve problems that cannot be solved by one sector alone. The Intersector Project's work is both sector- and issue-neutral — created for practitioners from all sectors, working on a range of issues, across the United States. Because the models and methods for cross-sector collaboration are proliferating, The Intersector Project’s resources speak to the broad array of collaborative approaches that practitioners in the field are actively using to solve problems.”


The Intersector Project

The Win-Win Project

“The Win-Win project is a long-term initiative of the Center for Health Advancement at the Fielding School of Public Health, UCLA. It provides good science that drives real-world policy change by showing the education, crime and health impact to populations and value to governments of policies, systems, and programmatic innovations. The project provides a standardized, unbiased economic analysis of interventions to help public-health officials make informed policy and program decisions and engage in cross-sectoral collaboration.”


UCLA Center for Health Advancement

Healthy Workplaces Healthy Communities (HWHC)

“Healthy Workplaces Healthy Communities is a national employer-community collaboration focused on better health. This initiative provides business and community leaders with practical tools and strategies for building support and investing in shared priorities. Because health and well-being is more than a nine-to-five proposition.” This website is sponsored by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.


Healthy Workplaces Healthy Communities

Healthy Business Coalition

“The Healthy Business Coalition is a collaborative initiative among BSR, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and leading companies. [They] exist to reimagine how business can invest in health along the value chain. By building a community of cross-sector leaders, [they] help executives and managers transform their organizations into healthy businesses.”



Health Equity Guide: Strategic Practices

“To [advance health equity], [health departments] must transform how they work internally, with communities, and alongside other government agencies. To support this challenging work, [HealthEquityGuide.org] developed this set of strategic practices…[to] help local health departments systematically address power imbalances, racism, and other forms of oppression which are at the root of health inequities.”


Health Equity Guide – A Human Impact Partners Project

Funders Forum on Accountable Health

“Accountable Communities for Health (ACHs) are community-based partnerships formed across sectors such as health care, housing, social services, public health, employment training and economic development to focus on a shared vision and responsibility for the health of the community. The Funders Forum on Accountable Health creates a common table for public and philanthropic funders of ACHs to share learnings and opens the door to future collaboration.”


The George Washington University: Milken Institute School of Public Health

Framing 101

“Frames matter because they can foster certain understandings and hinder others. Often, all it takes is a single word or image to activate an entire frame that then determines the deeper meaning of that word or image. Once activated, frames trigger emotions, associations, values, judgments, and causal explanations. They create tracks for a train of thought. And once on that track, it’s hard to get off.” Visit this webpage to learn more about framing from the Berkeley Media Studies Group.


Berkeley Media Studies Group (BMSG)

Data Across Sectors for Health (DASH): Empowering communities through shared information

“As part of its multi-sector data and information system focus, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation launched DASH. DASH aims to identify barriers, opportunities, promising practices and indicators of progress for multi-sector collaborations to connect information systems and share data for community health improvement.”


Data Across Sectors for Health