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    Designing Culture(s) of Health with UIC's Kim Erwin, and George Aye of Greater Good Studio, presented by Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

    Put design thinking to work on the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s bold vision for a healthier nation.

    Tuesday, Oct 17, 2017 6:00 - 8:30 PM @ Mile Square Health Center
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    LAB - Labs bring together small groups for an exclusive, first-hand look into what happens behind the scenes at some of the most innovative companies, community leaders and institutions around Chicago.

    We all deserve to live our healthiest lives possible. The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF), our country’s largest philanthropy solely devoted to health, has embedded this belief in its “Culture of Health” vision. But what does this “Culture of Health” mean for how we live, learn, work and play in Chicago neighborhoods? Join RWJF, Kim Erwin with UIC’s Population Health Sciences program, and George Aye of Greater Good Studio in using cutting-edge design tools and principles to help define what a “Culture of Health” means for our city and region. Together, attendees will work to put people at the center of this topic, open up new thinking and structure a productive path toward a culture of health for teams, organizations and Chicago communities.

    Tuesday, Oct 17, 2017 6:00 - 8:30 PM
    Mile Square Health Center
    1220 S Wood St, 3rd Floor, Chicago, IL 60608
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