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Minnesota 2012 Healthy Communities Conference: New Knowledge. New Partners. Better Solutions.

Minneapolis, Minnesota | 11/01/2012


Health and Human Services Sector Education for Community Development Professionals.

Jim Hart, Adjunct Professor, University of Minnesota School of Public Health; David Kindig, Professor Emeritus and Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Fellow, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health; Gretchen Musicant, Commissioner, Minneapolis Department of Health and Family Support.

Community Development Sector Education for Health and Human Service Professionals.

Andriana Abariotes, Executive Director, Twin Cities LISC; Allison Coleman, CEO, Capital Link; Stacey Millett, Senior Program Officer, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota Foundation.



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Edmonson, J., & Zimpher, N. L. (2012, Summer). The new civic infrastructure: The ‘how to’ of collective impact and getting a better social return on investment. Community Investments, 24(2), 10-13.

Fleming, H. K., & Wysen, K. (2010/2011, Winter). Making up for lost time: Forging new connections between health and community development. Community Investments, 22(3), 11-18.

Lavizzo-Mourey, R. (2012). Why health, poverty and community development are inseparable. In Investing in what works for America’s communities: Essays on people, place, and purpose (pp. 215-225). Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco and Low Income Investment Fund.

Paloma, M. (2012, Spring). The intersection of health philanthropy and housing. Shelterforce.

Rausch, E. (2012, Spring). CDFIs as catalysts for improving social outcomes. Community Investments, 24(1),18-21.