On This Episode Of The Public Health Epidemiology Conversations (PHEC) Podcast
When Dr. Huntley worked in commercial industry, a great deal of money was invested in providing data-driven evidence to support long-term efforts. Unfortunately, nonprofit community-based organizations often struggle to provide the same level of meaningful data-driven reports. This episode discusses the importance of meaningful data-driven solutions for nonprofit community-based organizations. Tuning in, you’ll hear about the common problems among organizations like this, including a lack of knowledge about the community that they are serving and the challenge of the lack of targeted and meaningful data-driven evidence to give to those advocating for them. You’ll also learn about the two tools that can be used to address these problems: a community health profile and a community health needs assessment. To hear a practical example of the sustainability challenges faced by a nonprofit community-based organization in South Carolina, and how they were able to use these tools to overcome them, tune in today!
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The focus and mission of Dr. Huntley’s public health consulting business, DrCHHuntley.
Some background of this focus from when Dr. Huntley worked in commercial industry.
Robust reports that Dr. Huntley provided and what was included in them.
The challenges faced by nonprofit players in providing meaningful data-driven reports.
Common problems among nonprofit community-based organizations, starting with a lack of knowledge about the community that they are serving.
The challenge of the lack of targeted data-driven evidence to give to advocacy folks.
Two tools that can provide assistance to these problems: a community health profile and a community health needs assessment.
Why data-driven information about the communities you serve is so important.
Speaking of the sustainability challenges faced by an organization that Dr. Huntley serves.
The types of data-driven solutions that will help in this example.
Benefits of collaborating with someone like Dr. Huntley to overcome these problems.
How Dr. Huntley’s consulting business may be able to help your community-based nonprofit organization.
“As a public health consulting business, we are on a mission to help large nonprofit organizations communicate traditionally complicated health information in a way that uses plain language to engage, build trust, and positively impact the health of the communities they serve.” — @DrCHHuntley
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