10:45

Framing the Dialogue on Partnerships—Reflecting on Our Sector’s Paradigms and Goals

Facilitator: Diane Finegood, Simon Fraser University

•   Report-back on the findings from the pre-meeting survey

•   Guided small-group discussions and report-back

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.

1:00

Key Outcomes and Reflections from Other Meetings

Cheryl Toner, National Cancer Institute

Sylvia Rowe, SR Strategy

Eric Hentges, ILSI (International Life Sciences Institute)

2:00

Types of Relationships and Their Strategic Focus

David Castle, University of Edinburgh

2:30

Best Practices and Models—Reflecting on Our Own Best

Practices and Approaches

Facilitator: Diane Finegood, Simon Fraser University

•   Guided small-group discussions and report-back

imageHow do I determine the acceptability of a specific public–private partnership?

imageHow do I determine the feasibility of a specific public–private partnership?

imageWhat resources or assets do I have to offer in public–private partnerships?

imageWhat benefits and risks of partnership should be considered when determining the balance across all partners (e.g., money, in-kind resources, reach)?

4:00

Best Practices and Models—Examples from the Field

Andrea Baruchin, Foundation for the National Institutes of Health



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