Fellows learn about private sector’s role in public health
ALI Fellows heard from faculty and experts in the field. Photo by Russ Campbell.
Cambridge, MA – The Harvard University Advanced Leadership Initiative (ALI) has released its 2017 Culture of Health Deep Dive Report. The report summarizes the proceedings from ALI’s Deep Dive event, a two-day intensive immersion with a focus on problem-solving and practical applications of knowledge.
The 2017 Culture of Health Deep Dive was chaired by Professors Howard Koh and Meredith Rosenthal of the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. The event featured faculty speakers from across the university and community health experts from around the country.
During the Deep Dive, Fellows examined the private sector’s role in building healthy communities. Through case studies, panel discussions, keynote speakers, and workshops, fellows developed a firm understanding of the ‘four pillars’ of a culture of health – consumer health, employee health, environmental health, and community health.
Following the Deep Dive, ALI Fellows shared their key takeaways from the conference: “I left the two-day program with the conviction that the culture of health is at the heart of human and economic development.”
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