February 27, 2018 3pm EST

Making the Most of the 2018 County Health Rankings Release

Get ready! In March, the County Health Rankings and Roadmaps will release the 9th annual County Health Rankings. We want you to be ready to respond and take advantage of the attention and excitement that comes with the release. Join us on February 27th to learn more about: New features and resources in the 2018 County Health Rankings, including a focus...
December 19, 2017 3pm EST

NEW County Health Rankings & Roadmaps Website Tour

County Health Rankings & Roadmaps is getting a website make-over! In December, we’re rolling out an updated look and feel. The new design will make it easier to find what you need when you need it. Join us Dec. 19th for a virtual tour to learn more. On this webinar, we’ll:
Show you where you can find the data, evidence, guidance and examples to move your...
September 20, 2016 3pm EDT

Using the Rankings Data: On beyond your county snapshot!

The County Health Rankings snapshots are a great starting point for community conversations about ways to improve health. Did you know that we also have a guide that can help you get the most out of the Rankings and a wealth of underlying data, widen your focus beyond the Rankings’ specific measures with links to additional county-level data, visualize where...
January 19, 2016 3pm EST

Data in Depth: Making the Most of Your Rankings Data

This webinar is for people looking to take a deeper dive into County Health Rankings data. Participants will learn about different ways that communities use Rankings data and how they go beyond ranks to identify opportunities for improvement. Participants will review the wealth of information contained in their county snapshot and explore other tools available on the website...
February 19, 2013 8pm EST

Rankings in Action: What Works for Health - Evidence on Policies & Programs

 Jan O'Neill, Community Engagement Specialist, and Alison Bergum, Lead Researcher for What Works for Health will be presenting the What Works for Health tool. They will be joined by guest presenter Heather Cole, Health Educator with the Central Michigan District Health Dept. and Project Coordinator for the Together We Can health improvement initiative. She will share the process they used to choose evidence informed strategies using What Works for Health and other resources.