The CHNA 20 Spring General Meeting 2018 will focus on the power of data. Come hear from coalition members using local level data to inform their work.
In facilitated breakout groups attendees will have an opportunity to discuss prevalent health issues in our communities and identify gaps in the data that exist. Themes generated by the groups will direct next steps for a regional assessment effort.
- Lisa Braude (South Shore Mental Health, CHNA 20 Treasurer) will discuss how data can inform action
- David Jones (BUSPH, CHNA 20 Steering Committee member) will describe data collection processes and provide highlights from his work on the Social Determinants of Health
- Laurie Stillman (Milton Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition) will focus on her experience conducting a needs assessment to examine behavioral health issues in Milton
- We are eager to hear your ideas about the role community partners can play in collecting and sharing local level data!