ICR researchers and collaborators have a new publication in the online journal PLOS ONE describing an innovative “system dynamics” model of the HIV Care Continuum. The model can be used to examine and simulate interactive relationships among factors that affect health outcomes resulting from the structure and dynamics of the HIV care […]
As a part of the sustainability plan for ICR, the Executive Director is beginning the search process for her eventual replacement. Interested parties and networks can review the posting here.
For several years, ICR has been focused on building connections between youth food justice programs throughout CT. In building these connections, opportunities to learn from youth in other states are critically important. Every year, the Northeast Sustainable Agriculture Working Group (NESAWG) hosts its flagship event, the It Takes a Region conference, to allow participants from […]
ICR received additional funding from the National Institute on Mental Health for a project to develop a system dynamics simulation model of Greater Hartford’s HIV care continuum in as a tool for community use to reduce the epidemic.
ICR facilitators recently presented a workshop at the Western Massachusetts Youth Summit food justice intensive. The workshop, titled “A day in Food: Justice on Your Plate”, focused on identity as a factor in the work to increase justice in the food movement. ICR has been working with partners in Connecticut for several years on building […]
Two ICR projects were presented at the second “Innovations in Collaborative Modeling” conference held at the Kellogg Center at Michigan State University in East Lansing, MI. We presented our collaborative approach to modeling the HIV test-and-treat care continuum in Hartford, CT, in which we are examining with community stakeholders factors that affect inter-organizational network ties […]