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Statewide Engagement for Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention

Based on areas of interest expressed in our conversations with Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention Partners, we’ve identified three areas to develop initial collaborative workgroups to:

  1. Crosswalk the language and frameworks of public health and prevention
  2. Align and clearly communicate state-wide strategies, goals and priorities
  3. Collaborate with prevention partners to re-imagine how prevention happens in Oregon

The ideas and input from these conversations informed the design, representation and composition (volunteers, OHA staff, partners) of these workgroups.

Look for future workgroup documents and products to be posted to this site.

Workgroup 1: Crosswalk the language and frameworks of public health and prevention
Workgroup 1 Webinar 1  notes:
The first of three Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention Collaborative Workgroups (Workgroup 1: Crosswalk the language and frameworks of public health and prevention) launched with a webinar meeting on April 4, 2018. In this meeting, workgroup members shared their hopes for what the group will accomplish and collaboratively established working agreements, expectations, and decision-making criteria for the group. The group also brainstormed a list of potential frameworks to crosswalk, discussed what was essential to understand about the frameworks, and determined a process for prioritizing the list through a workgroup survey in follow up to the webinar.

Workgroup 1 Webinar 2 notes:
Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention Collaborative Workgroup #1 (Crosswalk the language and frameworks of public health and prevention) had their second webinar meeting on April 18, 2018. The workgroup discussed the results of a survey used to prioritize the list of frameworks they will crosswalk. Each of the top-rated frameworks were discussed and together the group refined and finalized the list of core frameworks to include. The group also discussed and practiced an approach to cross walking key terminology and decided they will use a follow up survey to prioritize the key terms to crosswalk.

 

Workgroup 1 Webinar 3 notes:
Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention Collaborative Workgroup #1 (Crosswalk the language and frameworks of public health and prevention) met in Eugene on May 10th and 11th. The workgroup chose 8 concepts to crosswalk and they captured similarities and differences in how the Public Health and Prevention fields understand and apply each concept. The group also selected 8 frameworks that are core to the Public Health and Prevention fields and described 10 places they see important connections between these different frameworks. Feedback will also be gathered from additional prevention partners who had volunteered for this workgroup.


 

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