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For those of us truly busy with our day to day activities, wisely investing our scant free time is paramount. We flock to the local pet shelters to give our canine besties baths and belly rubs or serve as volunteers on Habitat for Humanity projects — something I did extensively as a graduate student. Still others would rather spend time participating in other types of community centric partnerships designed to improve public health conditions for millions. Irrespective of how we donate our free time, we all usually do so for three main reasons.
Who is sitting at the table, Barrett questions. In other words, when planning and executing public health interventions, consider how representative of the priority population are those calling the shots.
Consider pursuing relationships with potential partners whose interests, areas of expertise and business practices align with the processes needed to execute your intended interventions — which also should have some degree of flexibility.
“What I’m saying might be profane, but it’s also profound.” ― Richard Pryor Growing up, I always knew there […]