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Got Data? California Counties Take Action with the County Health Rankings & Roadmaps Program
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This web forum is sponsored by the Public Health Institute with grant funding from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

When: 5/18/2012
2 - 3:30 pm ET
Where: Web Forum
United States
Contact: Dialogue4Health, (510) 285-5690.
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Got Data?
California Counties Take Action with the County 
Health Rankings & Roadmaps Program
Interactive Web Forum
Friday, May 18 
11:00 AM to 12:30 PM Pacific Daylight Time

Population level datasets are critical in developing effective public health policies and programs. Now more than ever, data must be leveraged to communicate the need for community investment and maximize program resources. Using county-level rankings is one method of drawing attention to critical public health issues by demonstrating that where we live matters to our health.
This web forum will: 
  • Provide background about the 2012 County Health Rankings methods and metrics and summarize key data findings in California;
  • Share the results of a recent survey among County Health Officers on how they are using data to improve health in their jurisdictions; and
  • Showcase counties that are currently translating data into public health action.   
Prior to the web forum, please watch a short video clip showcasing San Bernardino County's Healthy Communities Initiative. 

Wilma Wooten, MD MPH
Public Health Officer
County of San Diego Health and Human Services Agency, San Diego
California Conference of Local Health Officers (CCLHO)
Evelyn Trevino, MSE MPH
Public Health Program Coordinator
Healthy Communities Program
San Bernardino County Department of Public Health  
Muntu Davis, MD MPH 
Health Officer
Alameda County Public Health Department
California Conference of Local Health Officers (CCLHO) 
Alexandra Desautels, MSW
Local Policy Manager
Alameda County Public Health Department 
Phillip O. González, MPP
Program Director
Community Catalyst
Dawn Marie Jacobson, MD, MPH
Strategy and Impact
Public Health Institute

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