Creating Model Health Communities: Post-Summits Report
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In September and October of 2014, scholars and a diverse group of leaders in health promotion met on The University of Texas at Austin campus for two half-day summits about the collaborative roles the university might play in the development of model health communities in Austin-Travis County. The goal for both summits was to build on the tremendous work that had already been done by many people and organizations inside and outside the university to address health inequities, and to catalyze new ideas and innovative collaborations that might contribute to the future of Austin and Travis County as model health (and healthy) communities.
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