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Healthy Work Collaborative Resources

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The Healthy Work Collaborative Process Guide provides more details on how to use the tools shared in the video series. Each step presented in the guide builds upon the next to guide you to the skills needed to address precarious work and health disparities. The Healthy Work Collaborative Process Guide highlights critical activities for collaborative groups interested in a more deliberate process.

Healthy Work Collaborative Process Guide

Healthy Work Collaborative: Examples from the Field Heading link

The purpose of this document is to present case studies describing each team’s efforts over the course of the Healthy Work Collaborative. Each case study describes the issue the team hoped to address (Recognizing the Need), why each organization chose their particular approach (Starting the Conversation), how the collaboration functioned and interacted (Building Relationships), what the collaboration accomplished (Gaining Momentum), challenges and opportunities gleaned from the experience (Lessons Learned), and what each team hopes to accomplish in the future (Looking Ahead).

Our hope is that these case studies will inspire similar efforts across the country, increasing our national capacity to make healthy work a reality for all workers.

Click here to view the Healthy Work Collaborative case studies.

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Development of the Healthy Work Collaborative: Findings From an Action Research Study to Inform a Policy, Systems, and Environmental Change Capacity-Building Initiative Addressing Precarious Employment
Evaluation Results From the Healthy Work Collaborative: A Cross-Sectoral Capacity Building Partnership to Address Precarious Employment
Role of Technical Assistance in U.S. Labor and Health Sector Collaboration to Address Precarious Work
Understanding the Role of Academic Partners as Technical Assistance Providers: Results from an Exploratory Study to Address Precarious Work

The Center for Healthy Work’s Healthy Communities through Healthy Work project team conducted a year-long mixed methods action research qualitative study that highlighted public health and healthcare organizations’ limited knowledge and action surrounding precarious work, and a lack of collaboration between health and labor organizations despite recognition that work is a key social determinant of health. The results of the study led to the development of the Healthy Work Collaborative.

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