In the second session of the Population Health Learning Series, we learn how to collect and apply information to improve the health and well-being of our community. This session focuses on the following:
- Use of evidence to assess health, identify priorities and develop strategies to improve the health of our communities.
- Find assets, needs and inequities to set priorities for programs and services to improve the health of our population.
- Demonstrate the use of data to inform a population health approach through the voices of people with lived experience and sharing stories of communities’ engagement.
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- Video: Health Inequalities in Canada (Public Health Agency of Canada)
- Keynote: Turning Information to Inform Action (Andrea Morrissey, Public Health Epidemiologist, Eastern Health)
- Video: The Loop Project, George’s Brook Milton
- Case Example: The High School Sexual Health Project (Anita Forward, Health Promotion Consultant – Sexual Health, Eastern Health)
- Video: The High School Sexual Health Project: Turning Information Into Action