The Next System Project Teach-in

Upcoming Next System Project Teach-in

Moving Toward the Next System of Healthy Communities

If you could contribute your ideas to boldly create healthy communities of the future what would you suggest?

On September 19, the MN Next System Project Community is holding a teach-in. You’re invited to interact, dialogue, and learn with a panel of experts, using Liberating Structures, to contribute and create the next system of healthy communities.

The Moving Toward the Next System of Healthy Communities teach-in is sponsored by the Katharine J. Densford International Center for Nursing Leadership and is a partnership between the University of Minnesota and the community.

We are convening a community and campus conversation to share, shape, and crowd source your ideas on, what is health? What does a healthy community look like?

Healthy Community thought leaders forming the conversation include:

  • Thomas Fisher - UMN Metropolitan Design Center Director
  • Frank Maletz - MD / Communities of the Future Leadership
  • Timothy Nolan Sustainable Industrial Development, MN PCA
  • Daniel Pesut  - Densford Center Director, UMN School of Nursing
  • Teddie Potter - Clinical Associate Professor, UMN School of Nursing
  • David Zuckerman - Democracy Collaborative

No charge. Light refreshments provided. All are welcome.

Connect. Contribute. Create the Next System.

WHEN: Monday, September 19, 2016 from 4:30 PM to 8:00 PM (CDT)

WHERE: Whole Music Club in the Coffman Memorial Union - 300 Washington Avenue SE, Minneapolis, MN 55455



Past Events:

Wednesday, April 27, 2016

4:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.
Bentson Healthy Communities Innovation CenterImage
4th Floor Weaver-Densford Hall
308 Harvard Street SE, Minneapolis MN

Meet our Facilitator: Vicki O’Day

Vicki O’Day is a collaborative consultant, building on 15 years of leadership in financial services, she designs and facilitates behavioral sciences programs that expand capacities for innovating transformative change.

The Katharine J Densford International Center for Nursing Leadership is hosting a Next System Project Teach-in. Our purpose is to build a next system community of practice, learning and research related to health care innovation and design.

This session will advance the following learning objectives:

  • Learn about the National Next System Project agenda and movement.
  • Discuss how the Next System Project national movement augments the University of Minnesota Grand Challenges initiative.
  • Create a future of health care redesign agenda, that includes strategies and action plans.

Shape the future. Connect your creative ideas. Activate the next system.
Join us to form alliances and partnerships to realize the Next System vision, goals and objectives.