We hope that those who attended the RCRC Roundtable enjoyed it as much as we did! Whether or not you attended, you can access some artifacts from Shift and Share Presentations and photos from the event. If you took photos please share them with us as well.

We hope that you’ll stay in touch with one another and us to continue conversations begun at the Roundtable. The comments section of this blog post is available for beginning those or any other discussions. If you would like to reach out to RCRC partners, you can find their information in our Partner Directory. More information, including artifacts from the Shift and Share presentations, are available on the Roundtable page.

If you attended the Roundtable, we’ll be following up with even more materials (an updated booklet and slides from the keynote by Tim Vogus).

We look forward to seeing you at the event in 2017!

Special Thanks To…

Our Roundtable Host: Kaiser Permanente

Our Host Committee: Eliana Temkin (Kaiser Permanente), Brenda Zierler (University of Washington) and Kathy McDonald (Stanford Health Policy)

Our Sponsors: Kaiser Permanente and The Center for Positive Organizations at The University of Michigan

Early Survey Results

“Great hosts, great friends, good learning.”

“The KP story was inspiring and informative!”

“The high calibre of participants will keep me coming back.”

“Loved how well it facilitated ability to meet lots of different people and share ideas with such fluidity.”

“I’m anxious to look at my doctoral data with new eyes in light of what I learned.”

“Our hopes for building a researcher/practitioner dialogue are being fulfilled.  The Roundtable is serving as a vehicle to accelerate learning and dissemination of new ideas and emerging best practices.  It’s also building and sustaining strong relationships!”

“Movement, mobilization and bottom up change was one important theme in many conversations, and a stronger common language and conceptual clarification would be facilitative.  Found it a bit puzzling that the level of common understanding and insight on this theme wasn’t bigger.”

Roundtable Photos