Evidence-Based Health Policy Project’s seminar “Community Health in the Fox Valley: How are Local Groups Sharing What They Know?” 🗓

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Community Health in the Fox Valley:
How are Local Groups Sharing What They Know?
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Friday, September 8, 2017
10:00am-12:00pm
James W. Perry Hall at UW-Fox Valley
1478 Midway Road 
Menasha, Wisconsin 54952
Many public and private groups work to improve the health of our neighborhoods, schools, workplaces, and communities. They address issues that include substance use, mental health, obesity, and aging-related diseases. But whatever the focus, all these groups build a vital base of knowledge and expertise.
Join us to discuss what this ongoing work looks like in the Fox Valley. This program will bring together groups working to improve the health of the region, and ask them…
How is your organization learning and using evidence? 
How is your organization teaching new findings? 

And how can you and others do this most effectively?   

 
 
This program will be co-hosted by
State Representatives Dave Murphy, Mike Rohrkaste, and Amanda Stuck
and feature panelists from:

Weight of the Fox Valley

 Sarah Wright, Program Manager

Lynn Ann Clausing Rusch, Program Coordinator 

National Alliance on Mental Illness – Fox Valley
Maren Peterson, Executive Director 
East Central Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission
Melissa Kraemer-Badtke, Principal Planner — Safe Routes to School
Produced by the Evidence-Based Health Policy Project, based at the UW-Madison Population Health Institute, in cooperation with UW-Fox Valley. This program advance the project’s mission: to find relevant expertise and knowledge — generated in the community, on campus, or elsewhere — and promote its use in Wisconsin’s health-policymaking process.
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