My consulting services are available on a customized basis as well as through a number of packages:
- Collective Impact Packages;
- Evaluation & Measurement Services; and
- Training in n=1 experimentation methods.
Collective Impact & Promising Young People Webinar
Tamarack Institute and the Ontario Trillium Foundation hosted a webinar in June 2016 with myself and Deb Halliday of Graduation Matters Montana as panelists on the subject of improving outcomes for children and youth through Collective Impact.
I speak about my experience, including the challenges of sustaining youth involvement and how the change process can sometimes (inadvertently) work against itself:
These workshops and presentations are open to the public:
September 7-9, 2017: Ancestral Health Symposium
In my presentation, I will introduce a comprehensive framework for personalized experimentation using an ancestral approach to healing.
Use the promo code ‘petraAHS’ for $15 off the cost of your ticket.
Each of us is unique (genetically, epigenetically, ‘microbially’, temperamentally, etc.) and an n=1 approach is often required to achieve peak health.
In the ancestral health community ‘n=1’ is a common buzzphrase, but, until now, there has been no readily-available framework that individuals and practitioners can use to approach n=1 experimentation in a safe and systematic way.
My presentation will offer a comprehensive system using established techniques from research, evaluation, continuous quality improvement, and complex systems analysis.
September 28, 2017: National Collaborating Centre for the Determinants of Health (webinar)
Collective impact, health equity and public health 10-11:30am (PDT)
Join Louis Sorin from End Homelessness Winnipeg and myself as we discuss the tensions that are inherent in Collective Impact work, and how participating in Collective Impact can deepen public health’s commitment to community engagement and health equity.
Register for this webinar here. If you can’t make it to the live webinar, registering will ensure you will have access to the recording.