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Increasing Capacity to Promote Health Equity: Using Evaluati

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Transcript of Increasing Capacity to Promote Health Equity: Using Evaluati

Questions?
Thank you!!

Carly Hood, MPA MPH
WI Population Health Service Fellow chood@wisc.edu

UW Population Health Institute


Increasing Capacity to Promote Health Equity
Curriculum
Results
What Now?
What Impacts Health??
Social Determinants of Health
Employment
Income
Education
Housing
What Can We Do?
Assessment
Key informant interviews (n=8)
Epidemiologist survey (n=7)
All-bureau survey (n=55)

Key findings
One third of staff are extremely or very confident working on and discussing health disparities.

Race/ethnicity, geographic location, and income/poverty most commonly assessed disparities.


Key Findings (continued)

41 different partners are engaged in health equity work.

One third of interviewees said their strategic plan or guiding documents included health equity language.

75% of those interviewed listed professional development as a need for their program to better address health disparities. 50% of those listed it as TOP need.

Tools
PBS documentaries
Prevention Institute
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Support from:
Wisconsin Minority Health Program
Wisconsin Center for Health Equity
Wisconsin Division of Public Health staff

5 Components to Each Module
Video
Activity
Community organization presentation
Discussion
Independent piece

Benefits of Participation
Safe space.
Different learning styles.
Partial completion.
Discussion based.
Collaborative.
Promotes Healthiest Wisconsin 2020.

In Wisconsin
General Health of Wisconsin Adults by Income Level
Source: Centers for Disease Control, Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System 2012
http://apps.nccd.cdc.gov/brfss/income.asp?cat=HS&yr=2012&qkey=8001&state=WI

Post Program Evaluation...
Attendees Said...
Going Forward
Evaluated
Shared results
Replicate

Recap: Short Run
Development of survey.
Delivery and analysis.
Creation of health equity curriculum.
Implementation.
Process evaluation.

Recap: Long Run
Institutionalize training.
Increase internal awareness.
Enhance messaging.

Using Evaluation to Inform a Professional Development Curriculum
Carly Hood, MPA MPH
UW Madison Population Health Service Fellow



MPH Public Health Symposium
April 10th, 2014
3:10-3:30pm
Post Program Evaluation
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