Data Distribution Strategies

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Data Distribution Strategies

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3 Hour

A review of evidenced practices for data collection and distribution will be discussed that provides participants with knowledge of existing strategies and potential development for their own community considerations. Specific types of data will be discussed such as qualitative and quantitative data and how usable formats could be developed. 

Resources

Linowski, S. A., & DiFulvio, G. T. (2012). Mobilizing for change: A case study of a campus and community coalition to reduce high-risk drinking. Journal of community health, 37(3), 685-693.
Bradley, C. J., Penberthy, L., Devers, K. J., & Holden, D. J. (2010). Health services research and data linkages: issues, methods, and directions for the future. Health services research, 45(5p2), 1468-1488.

 

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