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Are We Measuring Up? Exploring Public Health Performance and Health Equity in the U.S. and Canada | Research in Progress Webinar

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Meeting Description:

Research results to date will be presented for an exploration of how accountability structures and measures influence the performance of core public health activities and, in turn, how this performance influences health equity using various measures of population health status. Data collected through the U.S. National Longitudinal Survey of Public Health Systems instrument is analyzed in combination with national demographic and health status surveillance data.

Details
Date: Thu, May 19, 2016
Time: 01:00 PM EDT
Duration: 1 hour
Host(s): RWJF Systems For Action National Coordinating Center
 Presenter Information
Phuc Dang, MA
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Phuc Dang, M.A. is a third year doctoral student in the Social Dimensions of Health program at the University of Victoria. She has a strong interest in public health services and systems research (PHSSR), and she is a research fellow in the Equity Lens in Public Health (ELPH) program of research at the University of Victoria. Her work focuses on public health performance and exploring priorities and strategies of health equity in British Columbia. She has received several research and leadership awards including a 2015-16 Fulbright Scholarship, an AcademyHealth Public Health Systems Research Student Scholarship, an Ontario Graduate Scholarship, and the Ida Marietta Houston Graduate Scholarship.


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Bernadette (Bernie) M. Pauly, RN, PhD, Associate Professor, and Associate Director, Research and Scholarship, School of Nursing; Scientist, Centre for Addictions Research of British Columbia, University of Victoria, British Columbia


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Gabriela Alcalde, DrPH, Vice President, Policy & Program, Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky