December 13, 2023 Immersion: Power of Narrative in Public Health

UW Population Health Institute COVID-19 Response Corps Virtual Immersion

Join our friends from UWPHI’s County Health Rankings and Roadmaps ‘Narrative for Health’ team for our final immersion of 2023: Power of Narrative in Public Health.

After this interactive session, you will be able to:

    • Introduce the concept of narratives, how they impact us, and how they impacted COVID-19 response and recovery
    • Name elements of a transformative narrative
    • Consider ways to apply narrative to your work

    Date: Wednesday, December 13th from 12:30pm to 4pm

    Registration link:
    https://uwmadison.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJckcOqhqD8sEtyrU07cVW4Oy27w5vOI87Hy#/registration

    We are excited to bring you this highly requested training!

    Please share this invitation with any of your colleagues that may be interested. This training is free and open to all.

     

    More about narrative:

    Narratives are the values-based themes of stories that we use to understand our world. A narrative communicates and reinforces a worldview and engages people in considering their own understanding of the world around them.  As we saw during COVID-19 response, public health’s ability to advance health equity is greatly limited by current dominant narratives. New, transformative narratives can shift public consciousness, which changes how we think the world operates and what we view as the problem and its solutions. Narratives change what is possible to achieve for health equity.