Health Newsletter

May 2015

Social Innovation and Health: The Conetoe Garden
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Note: IEI’s Health Policy Manager Sarah Langer asked Allen Stanton to author this month’s Health newsletter. Allen, a 2015 graduate of Duke’s Divinity School, will be joining IEI in June as our first Rural Church Fellow to support the TRC initiative he describes below.As part of the Institute for Emerging Issues’ broad effort to promote innovation across North Carolina, IEI has recently partnered with the Duke Divinity School and The Duke Endowment to support their Thriving Rural Communities Initiative (TRC), which helps rural churches expand their support of commercial and social innovation to benefit rural communities. IEI director Anita Brown?Graham discussed TRC in her recent IEI Newsletter, noting that IEI recently hosted a group of TRC pastors and laypersons for a three?day conference that considered what it meant for their churches to be collaboratively engaged in critical challenges facing their communities.
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