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Coaching, Creativity and Commitment: Training the Workforce for Public Health 2.0
 

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Presentation at the National Conference on Health Communications, Media and Marketing, 2009.

Presentation at the National Conference on Health Communications, Media and Marketing, 2009.

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  • Goal not to increase skills… but to increase awareness of the technologies and increase the staff’s self-efficacy to use the technology.

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  • Coaching | Creativity | Commitment
    t r a i n i n g t h e w o r k f o r c e f o r p u b l i c h e a l t h 2 . 0
     Alison Grodzinski, MLIS, Prevention Research Center of Michigan, University of Michigan
    Gillian Mayman MLS, Health Sciences Libraries , University of Michigan
  • To develop best practicesfor integrating Web 2.0technologies into the work of local public health departments in order to improve the communication and informationsharing within the department, between partner organizations, and to the populations that they serve.
  • Health Sciences Libraries
    Prevention Research Center
    Local Health Departments
    National Network of Libraries, Greater Midwest Region.
  • n e e d s a s s e s s m e n t
  • Needs Assessment
    Focus Groups
    Genesee County Health Department
    Decision to not include all staff in training
    Interested more in projects and less in training
    Great need to manage internal communications
    Ambivalence over use of social networking sites
    Monroe County Health Department
    Concern over time and staffing
    Need to protect privacy of staff and community members
    IT issues
    Strong support from Health Officer
  • Survey
    How are staff members at each health department currently using Web 2.0 technologies, both at work and in their personal lives?
  • Blogs
    39.9% read blogs at least once a month
    50% read blogs for professional purposes
    5.2% comment on blogs monthly or weekly
  • Do you create and upload resources to a web site that allows you to share photos, videos, or slide presentations for professional or personal purposes?
  • “My kids haven't had time to teach me.”
     
    “Have better ways to spend my time”
    “I do not believe the County wants us to use this web site”
    “I think it is somewhat for young people, with nothing better to do”
    “Not good example for my children”
  • Have you ever…
  • t r a i n i n g
  • Training Goals
    Use
    Awareness
    Self-efficacy
  • c a s e s t u d y # 1
    Meeting with managers
    2 hour training and brainstorming
    Projects identified
    Multiple meetings regarding intranet
    Big reveal at all staff meeting
    5 Things and evaluation survey
    Small training sessions
  • c a s e s t u d y # 2
    Meeting with managers
    Training for Marketing and Tech Teams
    IT issues resolved
    Training for Environmental Health Services
    Training for Tech Team
    Staffing and budget issues
  • keys 2 success
  • coaching, creativity
    & commitment
  • coaching
    Start discussions
    Provide assurance
    Provide feedback and encouragement
    Experiential learning
  • creativity
    Recognize the potential
    Understand the details
    Identify the audience
    Create engaging information
    Include a strong marketing component
    Project-based training
  • Commitment
    Staff time
    Information technology policies
    Public communications policies
    Buy in from administrators and managers
  • 23 things
  • Questions
  • This project is supported under a subcontract, NO1-LM-6-3503, CFDA 93.879, between the Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois and the University of Michigan.