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Systems thinking and peer leadership

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Using systems thinking to demonstrate the role of peer leadership in a public health response

Presenter: Graham Brown

Presented at: The 23rd World Conference on Health Promotion in Rotorua, Aotearoa New Zealand

Date: April 2019

Length: 27m 37s

Overview

In April 2019, we presented the W3 Project at the 23rd World Conference on Health Promotion in Rotorua, Aotearoa New Zealand.

The World Conference on Health Promotion focuses on:

  • Linking and demonstrating the contribution of health promotion to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
  • Acknowledging the way SDGs contribute to improvements in health and wellbeing.

The W3 Project was presented as part of a session themed around systems thinking to improve evaluation. The presentation focused on how systems thinking can effectively demonstrate the role that peer leadership plays in public health responses.

Using people living with HIV as a case example, the presentation focuses on the way Living Positive Victoria adapted its Peer Navigator Program to include both program-level and organisational-level W3 indicators.


In this series, you can find recordings, slideshows, and posters of the work we have presented. We also include plain-English overviews of the work or comments about the work from a presenter or author.

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