South Heartland District Health Department Annual Luncheon, Public Health Awards, and Training.
Annual Public Health Luncheon (11:30 am - 1:15 pm)
Honoring South Heartland’s community health partners and featuring a keynote address by Dr. Brandon Grimm, PhD, MPH; Associate Dean of Public Health Practice, UNMC College of Public Health
FREE training (1:45 pm - 3:30 pm).
Design Thinking: A Community Engagement Tool for Change
with Dr. Brandon Grimm, PhD, MPH; Associate Dean of Public Health Practice, UNMC College of Public Health
Design Thinking (Stanford Design School) is a solution-based approach to solving complex problems by understanding the human needs involved, reframing the problem from the stakeholder perspective, brainstorming solutions, then prototyping and testing.
Target Audience: Representatives from any organization or business looking to solve complex problems and drive change in their worksites, their communities, their service area or beyond, including Non-Profit, Health Care, Education, Faith-Based, Government, and Civic Organizations.