population Health

Population Health/Health Equity

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Fact Sheet: Resources for Rural CHNAs and CHIPs – April 2020
This fact sheet was developed for rural health stakeholders interested in systematically improving population health and health equity in rural communities through a community health improvement process. This compilation of resources provides clarification on the differences between a Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) and a Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP) as components of the community health improvement process. Though not an exhaustive list, it is intended to provide basic information and links to additional information for greater detail. This information can be used by rural stakeholders to develop and begin implementing a CHNA or CHIP.


Best Practice Guide for Engagement with SORH and CDC-funded State Programs – July 2019
The Best Practice Guide for Engagement with State Offices of Rural Health (SORH) and CDC-funded State Programs is designed to assist SORH and state CDC-funded initiatives to identify opportunities to collaborate across programs at the state level. This fact sheet includes three short success stories of SORH engagement with CDC partners in their state and documents how to integrate these programs. Success stories and resources were identified during a SORH listening session on social determinants of health and follow up interviews and a joint SORH, Federal Office of Rural Health Policy, and CDC meeting held during the 2019 National Rural Health Association annual meeting.

Social Determinants of Health – A Quick Reference Guide for SORH and STHO – Sept 2017
 This guide has been developed through a partnership between the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials (ASTHO) and NOSORH to provide a quick, general reference and introduction to a range of national resource organizations and some examples of state work to address SDOH.

Engaging Health Departments & Partnerships in the Landscape for Rural Population Health – Peter Holtgrave

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Engaging Health Departments & Partnerships in the Landscape for Rural Population Health – Peter Holtgrave