Mapping Data to Social Drivers of Health: Working Upstream to Affect Community Change

4:00 PM
5:15 PM
Chesapeake A-C


In order to effectively measure community impact, coalitions must map data relevant to community problems, root causes, and local conditions. With the emergence of social drivers of health in the scene of primary prevention, coalitions often ask “how to I collect and report data on social drivers of health while remaining culturally competent?” Participants attending this session will investigate barriers to optimal health and will discuss techniques and data measures that inclusively support all members of local communities to optimize health and well-being.

Learning Objectives

At the end of this session, participants will be able to:

1. Introduce techniques critical for community inclusion

2. Determine relevant data measures related to social drivers of health

3. Examine how to effectively present diverse data to the community in a manner consistent with local culture


Stephanie Strutner, MPH, CPSII
Master Trainer
Colber Prosper