Upcoming events

    • 08/07/2018
    • 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
    • Jewish Family & Children's Service, 1430 Main St, Waltham, MA 02451
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    Have you conducted interviews and or focus groups and are unsure of what your next steps should be?  Have you ever worried about the validity of qualitative findings? Carrie Fisher will present an introduction to qualitative analysis that includes:

    • the considerations taken in making analytical decisions;
    • the role of the analyst in presenting the 'truth';
    • data management processes and tools and;
    • the interpretation and reporting of data.  
    Carrie is a project manager at the Institute for Community Health. She is an anthropologist with interests in applied and evaluation research, innovative research methods, health and public health, and research with difficult-to-reach populations and has extensive experience conducting qualitative research in a range of different settings and using a variety of techniques based on the needs and scope of the project. To see Carrie's bio, click Here

    The Jewish Family and Children's Services will be hosting the roundtable with coffee and bagels! 

    Please note: This roundtable is for members only. Remember members: as part of your benefits, you can bring a friend to the roundtable with you!

    If you are new to GBEN, you get to attend your first roundtable free to try it out! To learn more about becoming a member, check out our "Join Us" page. 

    • 10/03/2018
    • 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
    • Boston Community Capital, 10 Malcolm X Blvd, Boston, MA 02119
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    Join us for our October 3rd Roundtable on Community Health Needs Assessments! Every 3 years, hospitals are required to conduct a community health needs assessment and implementation plan with the communities with which they work. Danelle Marable, our GBEN President, will discuss two community health needs assessments that she is a part of: 1. Partnering with the North Suffolk Public Health Collaborative, municipalities, other healthcare providers, community coalitions, and organizations to conduct an assessment for Chelsea, Revere, and Winthrop , and 2. Partnering with all Boston hospitals to conduct a Boston-wide assessment. 

    Boston Community Capital will be hosting the roundtable and providing coffee and treats! Their office is accessible by public transportation or car. For detailed instructions to get the offices, please click HERE

    Please note: This roundtable is for members only. Remember members: as part of your benefits, you can bring a friend to the roundtable with you!

    If you are new to GBEN, you get to attend your first roundtable free to try it out! To learn more about becoming a member, check out our "Join Us" page. 

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