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How Technology Is Changing Community Health

September 23, 2014 · Dallas

Hosted by the It Takes A Village Partnership

This event is the third in a 2014 series of forums hosted by It Takes A Village (ITAV). These forums are patterned after the Italian and French “salons” of the 16th and 17th centuries, where individuals gathered to network with one another, increase personal knowledge, learn new concepts and spark social change. The September gathering will highlight technology’s influence on community health. Conversation leaders will include:

  • Kevin Riddleberger, Senior Director of Clinical Solutions, iTriage
  • Julie Hall-Barrow, Senior Director of Healthcare Innovation and Telemedicine, Dallas Children’s Medical Center

Date and Time

  • September 23, 2014
    8–10 a.m.


  • United Way of Metropolitan Dallas
    1800 N. Lamar St.
    Dallas, TX 75202


  • Advance registrationoff-site is required.
  • No cost, but space is limited. First come, first served.

About the It Takes A Village Partnership

In February 2012, several North Texas leaders and organizations launched It Takes A Village to enhance understanding of the value of primary prevention and how environmental and policy approaches lead to better health outcomes. The intent is to inspire long-term improvements in health, wellness and safety. ITAV also promotes economic development in the region by educating stakeholders about the importance of prevention.

Past 2014 ITAV Partnership Forums

Connecting Our Communities through Empowerment Theory
June 10

This forum focused on social interventions that create change through empowerment. It highlighted empowerment strategies that use coalitions to bring policy makers and businesses into cooperative relationships with local communities. Conversation leaders included:

Connecting Our Communities through Geography and Location Theory
March 26

Participants gathered for an interactive conversation on the importance of geography and location in community development. Conversation leaders included:

For More Information

Direct questions to Elizabeth Sobel Blum at

ITAV Partners

  • United Way of Metropolitan Dallas
  • Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
  • Injury Prevention Center of Greater Dallas
  • Parkland Health and Hospital System
  • Children's Medical Center
  • Tarrant County Public Health
  • University of North Texas Health Sciences Center
  • Upstream
  • Vision North Texas

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