Putting Systems Thinking Into Practice for TPP Programs Webinar

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Systems Thinking Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program
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Are you looking for ways to apply systems thinking in your Teen Pregnancy Prevention (TPP) program? This webinar provides an orientation to the RHNTC Putting Systems Thinking Into Practice Toolkit. The toolkit offers action steps and supportive resources to help TPP project directors and program managers adopt a systems thinking approach and support their staff in incorporating this thinking into their work. During the webinar, speakers share case study examples for applying the strategies outlined in the toolkit.

Systems thinking offers organizations a way to approach complex and persistent problems to bring about change more effectively. It helps create understanding of the broader system in which the TPP program functions, and how staff can identify leverage points that have a significant impact on teen pregnancy and STIs, contributing to improved health and well-being for adolescents.

Speaker(s): Yvonne Hamby, RHNTC Grantee Liaison, Megan Hiltner, RHNTC Grantee Liaison

Learning Objectives:

  1. Identify at least one systems thinking approach to apply to TPP program work
  2. Discuss systems thinking concepts and application among peers
  3. Identify RHNTC resources to support application of systems thinking approaches in your program

Time: 1 hour

Certificate of Completion: Yes - available after completing the evaluation at the end of the recording

Video Chapters

  • Introduction
  • Systems Thinking Toolkit Demo (06:28)
  • TPP Grantee Panel (20:46)
  • Breakout Room Share Outs and Upcoming Activities (45:48)

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