Monday, May 18, 2015

Recap: E.C.H.O. Workshop #9 - Intro to Health Data

On May 13th, AAHI, in partnership with the African American Health Program and the Latino Health Initiative, hosted our "Intro to Health Data" Workshop. This was the ninth installment in our Empowering Community Health Organizations (E.C.H.O.) Project, which provides practical and professional training workshops designed to build the capacity and sustainability of community organizations.

The workshop was led by an Associate Professor at the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics from the University of Maryland School of Public Health. She covered the basics of health data and why it is important. Attendees enjoyed interacting with the speaker and answering quiz questions throughout the presentation using clickers!

Over 80 attendees, representing about 30 organizations from the community, made it to our workshop. Thank you to our wonderful speaker, Steering Committee, Health Promoters, volunteers, and staff for helping us make this a sucecssful event. We look forward to seeing you for the second part of this health data series in fall 2015!

Please click here to read the workshop summary (6.9 MB), where you will find the electronic version of the handouts provided and photo highlights from the workshop.

Click on the image below to see all workshop photos.
05-13-15 ECHO #9

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