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  • Health Equity Alliance Startup Work Session Meeting

    This is the summary of the first meeting of the Health Equity Alliance. The notes summarize discussion about various questions related to community health and health equity.

    Sep. 25, 2009

    Health

  • Health Equity Alliance Startup Work Session Meeting (w/PowerPoint)

    This is the summary of the first meeting of the Health Equity Alliance. The notes summarize discussion about various questions related to community health and health equity. It also includes the PowerPoint about social determinants of health equity presented at the meeting.

    Sep. 25, 2009

    Health

  • Creating a Healthy New Haven

    The health trends that are profiled in this document, some positive and some negative, are intended to set the stage for local action aimed at addressing the social determinants of health and at reducing health inequities. They can be used to inform policy, inspire community involvement, and bring more resources to bear on local health improvements.

    Jul. 31, 2009

    All DataHaven Programs, Health

  • Creating a Healthy New Haven: Summary Data to Inform a Community Dialogue on Health

    This report is intended to provide information about the health of New Haven residents, particularly social determinants and inequities that exist. It is the summary for the New Haven Health Data Working Group's more extensive New Haven Health Data Atlas.

    Jul. 22, 2009

    All DataHaven Programs, Health

  • Community Mapping for Health Equity Advocacy

    This report is one in a series of papers with best practices for using maps to promote health equity.

    Jun. 30, 2009

    Health

  • New Haven Family Alliance Street Outreach Worker Program Evaluation Report

    The Street Outreach Worker Program was an initiative of the New Haven Family Alliance with the goal of reducing youth gun violence. This evaluation, by the Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars Program, outlines the program model and provides recommendations for the future.

    May. 31, 2009

    Public Safety

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