IHF - Strategy Hive 4: Stronger health systems for kids and families

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Join us as we explore what we can learn from pandemic experience and how we can create stronger systems of health for kids and families.

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From February 16 – March 3, the Inspiring Healthy Futures (#WeCANforKids) initiative will be holding eight focused planning sessions (called “Strategy Hives”) around the key themes. In each, we will be developing an agenda for what we can do right now as well as priorities for long term planning. Each Hive will build on the previous ones, leaving us with a robust, multi-faceted plan we can begin right away.

Each session will be a dynamic, interactive experience, focusing both on mobilizing communities to change policy and transform knowledge into action to support kids and youth through this crisis, and creating the new research, collaborations and structures that will set them up for a thriving future.

Strategy Hive #4 Inspiring Healthy Futures: Stronger health systems for kids and families

We know that strong, accessible, integrated services and care are a fundamental part of creating good health outcomes – but children and youth with complex and chronic health conditions regularly face challenges accessing and navigating our health, social, and education systems. Despite significant advancements in research, care, and education, families still do not have what they need to thrive, and with the effects of the pandemic, these issues have only been exacerbated.

Join us for this Strategy Hive where we will explore what we can learn from pandemic experience and its impact on the mental and physical health of children and youth to inform how we create stronger, more accessible systems of health for kids and families. We will identify the most important changes that we could make to support recovery and development, improve transition to adult systems, and how we can improve connected care for the most vulnerable and medically complex.

*The session will be conducted in English. Captioning will be available.

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