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Learning Walks: Indigenous Peoples Task Force

Date: June 30, 2014

To uncover and share the invisible work behind the concrete and measurable deliverables, Healthy Teen Network conducted Learning Walks with three agencies. Learning Walk is a popular strategy used in the education field by which an external observer visits a community to document lessons learned, provide input to guide decision-making for future project funding, and…

Citation: Martínez García, G., and Garrido, M. (2014). Learning Walks: Indigenous Peoples Task Force. Baltimore: Healthy Teen Network.
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Learning Walks: Wind River

Date: June 30, 2014

To uncover and share the invisible work behind the concrete and measurable deliverables, Healthy Teen Network conducted Learning Walks with three agencies. Learning Walk is a popular strategy used in the education field by which an external observer visits a community to document lessons learned, provide input to guide decision-making for future project funding, and…

Citation: Sedivy, V., and Garrido, M. (2014). Learning Walks: Wind River Tribal Youth. Baltimore: Healthy Teen Network.
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Lessons Learned in Providing Health Care Services for Native Youth

Date: June 30, 2014

The Native Youth Project (NYP) was a national learning collaborative facilitated by the National Network of Public Health Institutes (NNPHI), Healthy Teen Network, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) that engaged seven community-based organizations serving American Indian youth to support the communities to select, adapt, and implement evidence-based programs. However, what the…

Citation: Desiderio, G., Garrido, M., Martínez García, G., and Eisler, A. (2014). Lessons Learned in Providing Health Care Services for Native Youth. Baltimore: Healthy Teen Network.
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LGBTQ+-Who? | Game & Presentation

Date: April 19, 2017

Healthy Teen Network High School Intern Hannah Murray created this presentation and game to help viewers and participants learn more about the LGBTQ+ community. A short Prezi presentation (below), titled LGBTQ+ – Who?!, outlines basic-yet-important information about gender, sexual identity, and the critical need to better meet the needs of LGBTQ+ youth, generally. The presentation includes a…

Citation: Murray, Hannah. (2017). LGBTQ+ who? Baltimore: Healthy Teen Network.
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Likes, Tweets, and Hashtags: Harnessing the Power of Social Media for Study Recruitment

Date: October 3, 2017

Social media and internet advertising continue to prove promising frontiers for the recruitment and engagement of participants for programs, studies, and campaigns. Last month, Healthy Teen Network and Child Trends gave a poster presentation at our annual national conference, sharing key lessons from the digital recruitment efforts of the Pulse study, a randomized control trial…

Citation: Sufrinko, N., Garrido, Martínez García, G., Cook, E., Manlove, J., Johnson, M. (2017, October). Likes, tweets, and hashtags: Harnessing the power of social media for study recruitment. Poster session presented at the Healthy Teen Network Annual National Conference, Baltimore, MD.
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Making Evidence-Based Sexual Health Education Work in Schools (MESHEWS)

Date: March 17, 2017

Making Evidence-Based Sexual Health Education Work in Schools (MESHEWS) is a companion to the PSBA-GTO manual, building on the PSBA-GTO process to reflect the unique needs of education agencies. In particular, it adds and tailors guidance related to the following tasks: Using data to select schools with students at disproportionate risk of teen pregnancy and…

Citation: Sedivy, V., Rolleri, L., and Lesesne, C. (2017). Making Evidence-Based Sexual Health Education Work in Schools: A Companion to the Promoting Science-Based Approaches to Teen Pregnancy Prevention Using the Getting to Outcomes (PSBA-GTO Manual) (MESHEWS). Baltimore, MD: Healthy Teen Network.
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Making Your Logic Model Work for You

Date: October 7, 2014

This one-page resource examines the ways a logic model supports your programming from start to finish and at various levels of your organization.

Citation: Eisler, A., Chilcoat, D. (2014). Making your logic model work for you. Baltimore: Healthy Teen Network. www.HealthyTeenNetwork.org.
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Mapping Programs that Serve Pregnant and Parenting Teens


There are many programs providing services to young parents, but they often occur at the local, rather than the state-level, and identifying what is available is challenging. This report summarizes findings gathered by Healthy Teen Network over a six month period to assess supports and services for young families on a national scale.

Citation: Healthy Teen Network. (2014). Mapping programs that serve pregnant and parenting teens in the US: Results and hurdles. Baltimore: Author.
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Navigating the Politics of Public Health

Date: September 7, 2017

Finding Common Ground in Support of Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health A 4-Part Webinar Series, with Recordings Available Online in an Elearning Course A shifted landscape of new or strengthened power players (particularly those who lean conservative) at all levels of government, combined with threats to public health investments that our nation’s youth are facing,…

Citation: Healthy Teen Network. (2017). Navigating the politics of public health: Finding common ground in support of adolescent sexual and reproductive health (4-part webinar series). Baltimore: Author. Available from: http://www.healthyteennetwork.org/resources/webinars-navigating-politics-public-health/
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No te compliques

Date: May 6, 2013

The ¡No te compliques! Facilitator’s Guide and accompanying video, or motion graphic, are designed to help link young men and women, ages 15-19, to trusted, “teen friendly” contraceptive and reproductive healthcare providers. Facilitator’s Guide and motion graphic are also available in English.

Citation: Avellino, L., Eisler, A., Chilcoat, D., Middleton, D., Gerka, M, & Get Loud!. (2013, May 6). No te compliques [Video file]. http://vimeo.com/65566325
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