Incorporating Data in Your Work
Often, it can be difficult to pull the narrative out of a large and dense data set. What information is relevant to the audience? What types of data are most effective for your purpose? The Community Health Training Institute is excited to offer resources and trainings to help you incorporate data in your work.
Using Data Effectively
What types of data can track progress? How do you design evaluations that track useful data? Effective coalitions continually assess and improve the quality of their work through the use of specific planning and evaluation tools: community assessments; logic models to guide the work; and monitoring and evaluation plans that are feasible to implement, identify reasonable metrics, and address an agreed-upon vision of success among community partners. The presenter will review and discuss important considerations and potential challenges encountered when using data to evaluate progress
Using Data to Tell Your Story
How can we use data and numbers to tell a compelling story about the work we do? How can we use numbers not only to share what we've accomplished in our programs but also show the impact that our work has made in communities? This webinar will explore ways to effectively use data in grant proposals, reporting, marketing, and more.
Demographic Data (ESRI)
Walkability, Real Estate, and Public Health Data (Walk Score Data)
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