What Does the Evidence Tell Us? Successful Strategies for Collaboration in Systems of Care
June 20, 2012
If you are going to be successful in the world of systems of care you have to be an effective collaborator. Don’t miss this great opportunity to engage in a thoughtful dialogue with Mary Armstrong, PhD, about how to do just that. Dr. Armstrong has over twenty-five years experience in children’s behavioral health, public sector managed care, children’s health insurance, child welfare services, state and local government organizational structures, program development and evaluation, policy analysis, and consultation.
This webinar will review research findings about the facilitators and barriers to successful collaboration at the community level. Although collaboration is a key principle in effective systems of care, less information is available regarding how to make it happen “on the ground.” The focus of the webinar is on leadership skills and strategies that promote collaboration.
What Does the Evidence Tell Us? Successful Strategies for Collaboration in Systems of Care Presenter: Mary Armstrong, PhD June 26, 2012 2:00 PM EST
The webinars are currently being offered free of charge and are open to everyone who would like to participate.
Community Solutions at the University of South Florida is a new national resource for system planning and community capacity building, formed by research faculty and staff from the USF Department of Child & Family Studies. Our goal is to provide services and training that will equip individuals, communities and states with the knowledge and skills needed to effectively provide behavioral health services and supports to all children, youth and their families.