Learning Objectives

This toolkit will address 10 major learning objectives. Upon completion of this toolkit, users will be able to do the following:

  1. Identify areas of practice where it makes sense for primary care and public health to collaborate;
  2. Describe the nature of collaboration such as: various forms of collaboration and precipitators of collaboration;
  3. Differentiate networking, coordination, cooperation, and collaboration activities;
  4. Provide examples of common goals of collaboration between primary care and public health as well as benefits and potential risks of collaboration;
  5. Identify the intrapersonal level (individual) factors that can influence collaboration between primary care and public health;
  6. Identify the interpersonal level (interpersonal interactions between team members) factors that can influence collaboration between primary care and public health;
  7. Identify organizational level (conditions within the organization) factors that can influence collaboration between primary care and public health;
  8. Identify systems level (outside the organization) factors that can influence collaboration between primary care and public health;
  9. Identify ways to evaluate and, or research collaborations;
  10. Apply a conceptual framework of collaboration to building and maintaining a collaboration between public health and primary care.