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Public health communities are forming and collaborating on
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Communities are usually open to everyone working or interested in
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members to grapple transparently with sensitive issues. CoPs are easy to join, and your level of
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these evolving collaborative efforts and sharing of lessons learned in the community building
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CoP Resource Kit Quick Links
Introduction to Communities of Practice

Find out what a CoP is, the CoP approach, benefits of joining a CoP, roles and responsibilities
within a CoP, and read success stories from current communities.

Launch and Sustain a Community of Practice

From starting a CoP to ensuring the success of an existing community - Find out how to Plan,
Launch, Sustain, and Evolve a CoP.

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Read about the importance of evaluation and how to successfully conduct an evaluation for your
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Sources used for this Resource Kit as well as a collection of other books, web sites, and
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References

Sources used for this Resource Kit as well as a collection of other books, web sites, and
information related to CoPs.

Resources

Provides downloadable and customizable templates, guides, and examples of documents
commonly used by new and existing CoPs.



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