National Network Members
SelfMade Health Network (SMHN) members are very important to us. One of the several advantages associated with membership is access to SMHN Quarterly Newsletters (Members Only). SMHN Quarterly Newsletters feature information about national and regional priorities, funding opportunities and additional resources available to strengthen an organization’s capacity, infrastructure as well as individual professional development skills relative to health equity. And SMHN Quarterly Calls (Members Only) oftentimes feature guest speakers. In addition, SMHN members can access webinars with downloadable resources to assist them with enhancing planning, implementation and partnership efforts and inquire about additional tailored technical assistance or training support. As a committed member of the SelfMade Health Network, you have pledged to take an active role in advancing our mission and to join groups around the country to make a difference.
Network Member organizations agree to:
- Learn about the mission and goals of the SelfMade Health Network
- In accordance with member organization’s social media policy, engage with SMHN on Twitter, LinkedIn, and/or Facebook Share SMHN resources with colleagues, peers, partners, etc.
- Participate in annual SMHN Member Feedback Survey to share how you have used SelfMade Health Network resources in your work and provide feedback on how we can improve.
- Share local community tobacco-related or cancer prevention news with SelfMade Health Network for inclusion in our member new section, newsletters or as a featured resource. Information can be sent to email@example.com
- Participate in SMHN Quarterly Calls (Members Only) for learning and networking opportunities or to engage with other organizations, colleagues and professionals, exchange ideas and discuss shared challenges related to current trends (national, state, local levels), best and promising practices, evidence-based strategies about health equity, cancer prevention, early detection and survivorship, tobacco prevention and cessation and other relevant topics impacting low income populations.