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Virtual Panel Discussion 3/5, The COVID Vaccine: Personal & Professional Perspectives Within African American and Latino Communities
Virtual Panel Discussion 3/5, The COVID Vaccine: Personal & Professional Perspectives Within African American and Latino Communities
The Children's Study Home is hosting a virtual panel discussion, The COVID Vaccine: Personal & Professional Perspectives Within African…
Live Well Springfield Featured on Kresge Website
Live Well Springfield Featured on Kresge Website
Live Well Springfield was featured on the Kresge Foundation’s website, along with three other Climate Change, Health and Equity Initiative…
Recording posted! Webinar 2/5, COVID-19 Vaccine: What You Need to Know
Recording posted! Webinar 2/5, COVID-19 Vaccine: What You Need to Know
Join us for a webinar about the COVID-19 vaccine. Learn about how the vaccine was developed, how it is being rolled out, and some tips for…
Data & Reports
Data & Reports

Data & Reports

Check out our youth and health equity reports and browse a few of our favorite data sources.

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Live Well Springfield
Live Well Springfield

Live Well Springfield

Live Well Springfield brings together over 30 organizations working together to build and sustain a culture of health in Springfield. Learn about our projects including the Go Fresh Mobile Farmer’s Market, the Transforming Communities Initiative and the Age Friendly City project.  

 

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Climate
Climate

Climate

Join us as work with residents, City staff and other stakeholders to implement the Strong, Healthy, Just: Springfield's Climate Action & Resilience Plan.

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Pioneer Valley Asthma Coalition
Pioneer Valley Asthma Coalition

Pioneer Valley Asthma Coalition

Working to improve the quality of life for people and communities with asthma in the Pioneer Valley, the coalition focuses on Healthy Homes, Climate Change and Healthy Schools.

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Research
Research

Research

PHIWM's Research team works to help providers, policy makers and communities target and measure the impact of their programs/initiatives.  Learn about our research assessments including the Western Massachusetts Casino Health Impact Assessment, the Springfield Health Equity Report and the Coalition of Western MA Hospitals Community Health Needs Assessments.

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Health Equity
Health Equity

Health Equity

What does health equity mean to you? Learn about our vision to create communities where everyone has access to what they need to live healthy lives.

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Health Policy
Health Policy

Health Policy

We incorporate health policy in our coalition building inititiaves in order to ensure sustainability of outcomes and iimpacts. Learn about our latest policy efforts.

 

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Coalition Building

Coalition Building

Our model of collaborative leadership balances developing relationships and facilitating processes that lead to action, outcomes, and cross sector coordination.

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Mar 5
The COVID Vaccine: Personal & Professional Perspectives Within African American and Latino Communities
Starts: 03/05/2021 @ 12:00 pm
Ends: 03/05/2021 @ 1:00 pm
Virtual
The Children's Study Home is hosting a virtual panel discussion, The COVID Vaccine: Personal & Professional Perspectives Within African American and Latino Communities, on Friday March 5th at 12:00 p.m. in partnership with the Public Health Institute of Western Massachusetts. Panelists include: Ronn Johnson, M.Ed., President/CEO, Martin Luther King, Jr. Family Services Inc. Sarah Perez McAdoo, MD, MPH, Population Health Capstone Director, University of Massachusetts Medical School-Baystate Miguel Rodriguez, MD, Pulmonologist, Holyoke Medical Center Frank Robinson, PhD, Vice President, Public Health for Baystate Health This panel discussion will be moderated by Jessica Collins, MS. Dr. William Dávila, Ed.D., LICSW, will host the event on behalf of The Children's Study Home.