In the PRC National Health Survey, over two-thirds of American adults are classified as “overweight,” (67.8%) with almost half of those two-thirds also being “obese” (32.8%).
Care despair: What health insurance literacy means for public health
Many of you, especially those working with patients, regularly encounter illiterate adults and may not even know it.
Food Insecurity in the US: Findings from the PRC National Health Survey
A healthy diet is the cornerstone to a healthy population. Unfortunately, this simple truth is not a simple issue and is more widespread than many would like to believe.
Building Sustainable Collaborations: Lessons Learned from Two High Functioning Collaboratives
This webinar will explore the characteristics of a coalition that has sustained a long-standing, cross-sector partnership in communities including structure, approach to community health assessments, and collaborative projects.
Primary Data Unlocks the Secret to a Powerhouse CHNA
How many people in your community use opiates? Five percent? Twenty? The National Institute on Drug Abuse reports a daily average of over 130 deaths from opioid overdose.
CHNA Minute: Community Engagement
It can be hard to get communities to be interested in hard numbers and data, but we have found that communities are exponentially more engaged when they can relate to the respondents.