Get ready for a full County Health Rankings release complete with new measures, a focus on closing health disparities and fresh ways to learn about what drives health and opportunities for all to live long and well.
Three national public health leaders will help us make sense of the state of public health in this country and will share challenges and opportunities before us at the federal, state and local levels to reimagine a robust, responsive and just public health system.
Racial healing is key in advancing racial and health equity. Join us on this National Day of Racial Healing as we explore the connection between racial healing and health. We will answer questions, such as: What does racial healing look and feel like? And, who needs to be involved?
In this webinar, we will explore the concept of digital redlining and how this has impacted residents' ability to thrive. We'll also demonstrate how users can identify broadband rates in their counties, and explore innovative strategies used to bridge the digital divide in San Antonio.
In this webinar, we will explore the power in youth leadership and identify innovative strategies to cultivate it. We'll hear from experts at the Aspen Young Leaders Fellowship, a Mississippi teacher working to address racial inequities, and a high school senior who is the CEO of an international organization rethinking social media use among teens.
Reducing poverty is necessary for a healthy society. In this webinar, we will explore a new County Health Rankings data tool that highlights differences in poverty rates by race in the healthiest counties and have a frank conversation the roots of poverty and strategies to advance equity in all counties.
In this 30-minute webinar, we will introduce you to What Works for Health's features, demonstrate how to identify strategies that align with your community priorities and address health disparities. We'll also share how health departments are using WWFH to support their strategic planning.
Community Health Workers (CHWs) are taking a larger role in patient-centered care and community health. Yet, questions remain around the scope of their work, licensure requirements, and available funding sources to build a capable workforce. In this webinar, we will clarify their work and explore their role in advancing equity.
In this final webinar of the Advancing Racial Equity series, we will examine the complexity of Asian American and Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islanders as a group and better understand the need to break down data and understand the multiple ethnicities within the group to achieve health and racial equity.