Wisconsin Institute for Healthy Aging's Vision for Sustaining Evidence-Based Programs
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Wisconsin Institute for Healthy Aging's Vision for Sustaining Evidence-Based Programs

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The Wisconsin Intitute for Healthy Aging's team shares their process for establishing WIHA as a free-standing non-profit; talk about their statewide partnerships; how they link several evidence-based programs; what healthcare partners they have engaged; and workforce development strategies they are using to increase leader recruitment and ensure leader retention and program fidelity.

This webinar is part of a series given by the Center for Healthy Aging and partners as part of the Recovery Act Chronic Disease Self Management Program grant.

Watch the recording now, or click below to download just the PowerPoint slides used in the webinar. Also, check out the new Wisconsin Institute for Healthy Aging's newsletter.

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