Using Data to Build Healthy Communities in New Jersey Webinar Explores How Communities and Sectors are Working Together to Build a Culture of Health
On January 22, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, in partnership with New Jersey Health Initiatives, presented the webinar “Using Data to Build Healthy Communities in New Jersey.” This webinar examined how state, county, city and local health data can serve as a rallying point and common platform to help residents, community leaders, decision makers and advocates come together to set common goals for improvement and drive change. National data experts and RWJF grantees working in Trenton and across North Jersey joined RWJF Senior Program Officer Andrea Ducas to share key learnings about using data to uncover health challenges, set priorities, better target resources, and measure progress toward building a Culture of Health in New Jersey.
Panel experts include:
- Shoshanna Levine, Program Director, City Health Dashboard
- Sarah Treuhaft, Managing Director, PolicyLink; National Equity Atlas
- Greg Paulson, Executive Director, Trenton Health Team
- Catherine Connelly, Executive Director, North Jersey Health Collaborative
Featured data resources include:
Additional data resources referenced in the webinar:
- 500 Cities
- The Health Opportunity and Equity (HOPE) Measures
- County Health Rankings & Roadmaps
- The Opportunity Atlas
- Small-Area Life Expectancy Estimates Project (USALEEP)
View a recording of the webinar:
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