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A Workshop Agenda Building Multisectoral Partnerships in Food and Nutrition: A Workshop The Pew Charitable Trusts 901 E Street, NW, 10th floor Washington, DC 20004 Carolinas Room DAY 1: NOVEMBER 1, 2011 Welcome and Introductions 8:30 a.m. Michael Doyle, Food Forum Chair University of Georgia SESSION 1—FOUNDATION SETTING: THE IMPORTANCE OF PARTNERING Goal: Explore two questions: (1) Why partner? and (2) What should partnering look like? Benefits and Risks of Partnerships 9:00 Moderator: David Castle, University of Edinburgh Panel: Catherine Woteki, U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) William Dietz, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Richard Black, Kraft Foods Robert Post, USDA Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion Jonathan Marks, Pennsylvania State University 10:30 Break 57
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58 PUBLIC–PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS IN FOOD AND NUTRITION Framing the Dialogue on Partnerships—Reflecting on Our 10:45 Sector’s Paradigms and Goals Facilitator: Diane Finegood, Simon Fraser University • eport-back on the findings from the pre-meeting R survey • uided small-group discussions and report-back G 12:00 p.m. Lunch SESSION 2—PARTNERSHIPS IN PRACTICE Goals: (1) Exchange knowledge about current food and nutrition partnerships. (2) Understand better the factors that help build healthy partnerships and achieve meaningful results. Key Outcomes and Reflections from Other Meetings 1:00 Cheryl Toner, National Cancer Institute Sylvia Rowe, SR Strategy Eric Hentges, ILSI (International Life Sciences Institute) Types of Relationships and Their Strategic Focus 2:00 David Castle, University of Edinburgh Best Practices and Models—Reflecting on Our Own Best 2:30 Practices and Approaches Facilitator: Diane Finegood, Simon Fraser University • uided small-group discussions and report-back G Ø How do I determine the acceptability of a specific public–private partnership? Ø How do I determine the feasibility of a specific public–private partnership? Ø What resources or assets do I have to offer in public–private partnerships? Ø What benefits and risks of partnership should be considered when determining the balance across all partners (e.g., money, in-kind resources, reach)? Best Practices and Models—Examples from the Field 4:00 Andrea Baruchin, Foundation for the National Institutes of Health
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59 APPENDIX A Institutional Integrity, Public Trust, and the Ethics of 4:30 Public–Private Partnerships Jonathan Marks, Pennsylvania State University 5:00 Adjourn DAY 2: NOVEMBER 2, 2011 SESSION 3—INITIATING PARTNERSHIPS Goal: To foster dialogue, in small-group discussions, on the themes that have risen as common priorities for moving forward during the workshop. What Now? Translation to Topics of Mutual Interest 8:30 a.m. (Small-Group Discussions) Facilitators: Diane Finegood and David Castle Report-Back from Small-Group Discussions 10:15 Concluding Thoughts 11:00 Michael McGinnis, Institute of Medicine 11:30 Adjourn
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