Data for rural health equity
Data for Rural Health Equity is designed to increase understanding of population health concepts and help public health professionals develop skills and confidence in effectively communicating with data, including sharing data visually in charts and graphs.
The training starts August 24 with self-paced learning modules and is followed by live, interactive workshops on September 20 and 22. There are three modules that each take about one hour to complete and should be done before the live workshops.
This hybrid training series is designed for public health professionals with little to no data experience who are serving rural communities in the Pacific Northwest.
Time Commitment: Approximately 7 hours
Cost: $350 per participant, some scholarships available
Registration closes July 22, 2022.