Making Data Talk

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Dear Colleague,

How can we better communicate PPOR results to stakeholders, the community, and other lay audiences? Join us for the next CityMatCH PPOR/Healthy Start Learning Network conference call—“Making Data Talk” presented by Allison Miles, Health Data Analyst at CityMatCH—to learn more about communicating scientific data to lay audiences, data storytelling, and framing your message.

Friday, August 29th, 12:00-1:00 PM Eastern Time (11:00 AM Central, 10:00 AM Mountain, 9:00 AM Pacific)

What the scientist says is not always what the audience hears. As public health professionals, we need to communicate data in a clear, concise manner.  A collection of data points doesn’t necessarily inspire an audience to action, but stories do. Data storytelling brings facts to life and helps the audience make sense of the numbers. It’s much easier to remember the key points in a story rather than a collection of numbers.

Let’s learn to avoid a PPOR data dump. With extra effort, we can “make PPOR data talk” and inspire the community to improve birth outcomes.

Download presentation here.

Download audio here.

Please watch the CHOICE Project video prior to the call.

To register for this call: click “Register Now”, complete your information, and submit!
Within minutes, you should receive an email that provides call-in information and a link for downloading the presentation the day BEFORE the call. Please save this information!

If you need technical assistance during the call, please contact Monica Beltran, 402-402-552-9591

Carol Gilbert, MS
Senior Health Data Analyst
p. 402-552-9589

Allison Miles, MPH
Health Data Analyst
p.  402-552-9594

UNMC Department of Pediatrics, Section on Child Health Policy
982170 Nebraska Medical Center
Omaha NE 68198-2170
p. 402-552-9500
f. 402-552-9593

August 29th, 2014 11:00 AM   through   12:00 PM
Central Time
982170 UNMC
Omaha, NE Douglas 68198-2170
United States
Phone: 402-552-9589

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