‘Health for a Change’ webinar training series starts May 16, with session on where to find and how to use health data

How to find county-specific health data and how to use it to make community changes will be the focus of an hour-long webinar May 16.

The free session is the first in the 2012 “Health for a Change” training series, meant to advance today’s health issues in Kentucky. It is sponsored by the Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky. “We have procured excellent speakers to present best practices and proven models of these skills in a combination of electronic webinar format and in-person workshops,” a foundation press release says.

The June 20 workshop will provide training on building and maintaining a local health coalition. Other webinars this summer will help identify differences between advocacy and lobbying, discuss evidence-based policies and programs, give instruction on budgeting and teach how apply for grant funding.

The May 16 webinar will be held from 3 to 4 p.m. To register for it or the entire “Health for a Change” series, click here.

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