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Mapping for Place-Based Public Health
This session will assist attendees in identifying historical examples of mapping for public health; examples of current ways maps are being used and can be used to advance public health policy in tobacco, alcohol, and marijuana, including looking at health disparities. Attendees will leave this session having ways they can begin integrating spatial data into their work. Screen reader support enabled.
At the end of this session, participants will be able to explain how mapping is important for understanding disparities and public health policy change in the current context. They will be able to articulate ways other communities are using mapping for social change around tobacco, alcohol and/or marijuana. They will also be able to describe ways to use spatial analysis to advance public health in your own community