Systems Alignment
Peer Learning Network

The Peer Learning Network is a monthly forum for practice-based organizations interested in advancing their work through research in public health, social services, or health care to share their systems alignment, implementation, and research testing ideas with one another. Practice-based organizations include community-based nonprofits, public agencies, professional associations, and advocacy organizations that are uniquely positioned to develop new ideas for systems alignment, but could benefit from additional resources and supports to plan and implement strong research designs to determine the impact of their ideas on health — and on health equity. The peer learning network includes organizations that are new to the concept of systems alignment research, and others that are further along, with expert facilitation and active engagement of participants on their needs during learning sessions.