A monthly digest of news, events, and opportunities from All In: Data for Community Health, a learning network of communities across the country that are testing exciting new ways to transform health through multi-sector partnerships to share data
Top All In Resources from 2018
The new year brings new opportunities to improve community health! We compiled a list of our top resources from 2018, including webinars, publications, and more to get you started.
Meet 12 New Multi-Sector Collaborations Funded by NJHI!
All In partner New Jersey Health Initiatives (NJHI) welcomed their newest cohort of grantees - 12 cross-sector collaborations focused on "upstream" approaches to better health. These new grantees are embarking on two-year initiatives to create long-term policy, systems, and environmental changes,
tackling issues from housing to crime prevention to data sharing.
All In Podcast
Advancing Health Equity in Data Collection, Analysis, and Reporting
Dr. Marijata Daniel-Echols and James Bell at the Michigan Public Health Institute joined the podcast to explain the ways in which the development of research questions, data collection and analysis methods, and reporting strategies can either promote or thwart health equity.
Webinar: Sustainably Financing Community Health - Part 2
January 15 from 1:30 - 3:00 pm ET
All In for the second webinar in an engaging two-part series covering sustainable financing. In part 2, participants will hear about alternative financing models from around the country and learn how others are using pay for success contracts and community investment to pursue sustainability.
Webinar: Leveraging Technology to Measure Capacity for Using Multi-Sector Data to Improve Community Health
January 28 from 2:00 - 3:00 pm ET
This webinar will provide an overview of the
All In Capacity Assessment tool that tracks progress in the field of multi-sector data sharing. Presenters will share the initial results of data collection from 32 communities and describe how local collaborations can use the results to inform initiative planning and self-monitoring.
Community Information Exchange (CIE) Webinar Series
2-1-1 San Diego, a
, released a
that offers a roadmap for using data and technology to bridge sectors and create healthier communities. They are hosting a five-part webinar series highlighting key strategies for communities interested in building a CIE.
Register for the webinars
PBS NewsHour: Reducing Infant Mortality Starts with Listening to Women in this City
PBS NewsHour visited Avondale Children Thrive, a
in Cincinnati, OH, to see how their multi-sector partnership is giving mothers and children opportunities to be healthy outside of doctor's offices.
NYC Uses Neighborhood-Level Data in New Research
The NYC Dept. of Health and Mental Hygiene, a former
, developed profiles reflecting social determinants of health data at the neighborhood-level (approx. 30K residents). The data was used in new research on premature deaths associated with incarceration and preventable hospitalizations among public housing residents.
Franklin Forward Alliance 'Building Community'
Forward, Franklin was recently featured in the Advertiser-News South. The article highlights their work to improve health and well-being of local residents by strengthening their sense of community and promoting community engagement.
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Motivating Culture Change for a Healthier Tomorrow
This NJHI-funded coalition in Hunterdon County, NJ focuses on healthier weight as a mechanism for impacting community health. The partnership has identified opportunities to advance their work in the areas of access and transportation, mental health, and healthy behaviors.
Merced County Accountable Communities for Health
This CACHI-funded collaboration is working to address fundamental conditions that lead to cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and associated depression. Partners are creating a database referral system that will help residents find health resources and enhancing patient referral and tracking systems to improve coordination among service providers.
Funding / Technical Assistance Opportunities
RWJF Health and Climate Change Solutions
Due February 8
- RWJF is supporting projects that are improving community health and advancing health equity, while also addressing climate change adaptation or mitigation.
Culture of Health Leaders: Due February 20 - RWJF is looking for people from all sectors, including tech and business, who are committed to advancing equity, diversity, and inclusion.
40 Under 40 in Public Health
Due February 28
- The de Beaumont Foundation is seeking nominations and candidates who are showing leadership in making communities healthier.
Interdisciplinary Research Leaders
Due March 13
- RWJF is looking for teams of researchers and community partners focused on community development and health, or clinical practice, social services, and health.
BUILD Health Challenge 3.0
- A call for applications will be released in the first quarter of 2019 in search of awardees for an all new third cohort of dynamic collaboratives driving sustainable improvements in community health.
All In Project Showcase Webinar Series
is seeking applications for our project showcase webinar series, which features community collaborations sharing multi-sector data to address the social determinants of health.