Join a network of communities across the country that are testing exciting new ways to transform health through multi-sector partnerships to share data
If you’re part of a local collaboration working to share data across sectors, there’s no need to wrestle with challenges alone. There are plenty of communities working on projects just like yours, and All In: Data for Community Health can connect you to the right tools, resources, and expertise to help. With a diverse learning collaborative of 100+ projects that is still growing, the All In offers many technical assistance and networking opportunities to meet your specific needs.
In addition to supporting individuals working at the local level, All In also works collaboratively with regional or national initiatives that fund or provide technical assistance to communities engaged in this work. All In was built on the premise that by combining our collective resources and expertise, we can accelerate learning and achieve a greater collective impact.
Affinity Groups are designed to foster peer learning and sharing on specific topics within data-sharing and multi-sector collaborations. Learn more about the new program here.
How to Join
If you’re new to the All In leaning collaborative, the first step to join is to sign up for the online community and create an individual member profile: please see the All In Online Community Overview for step-by-step instructions. Read our FAQs for help getting started. By being part of the All In learning collaborative, you will gain access to a variety of opportunities to connect, share, and learn, including virtual webinars, in-person events, opportunities to contribute to the field, and more.
Benefits of All In Membership
|Access an online community with a searchable library of people, projects, tools, and resources. Join discussion groups and events to connect with professionals with similar interests.||Review, write, present, and serve as a subject matter expert to support this growing field. Gain exposure for your innovative work by sharing lessons learned with other communities.||Attend technical assistance webinars on a variety of topics. Participate in meetings held across the country that are designed to facilitate peer learning and provide expert support.|
- Sign Up for News from All In: Get monthly updates from All In, including news about local collaborations, practical resources, and upcoming events.
- Subscribe to the All In podcast: Listen to All In co-founder Peter Eckart interview local leaders who are collaborating with other sectors to systematically share data to improve community health.
- Follow the Conversation on Twitter: Share your thoughts and insights about multi-sector data sharing for health on Twitter using our official hashtag #AllInData4Health.
- Join Us at Upcoming Events: View our calendar to learn about upcoming conferences, webinars, and other events that will feature presentations from All In.