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  • Last updated November 15, 2017 at 7:55 PM
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My report indicates disparities among Preterm births in Jefferson County to inform policy change and better public health interventions

hpallam About 3 years ago

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hpallam About 3 years ago

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kengodson About 3 years ago

Email chain from person requesting details on our health needs assessment

We had Nursing students contact us to understand the Community Health Needs Assessment from 2015 and our process for 2018.  

From: Brooklyn Winston <>
Sent: Thursday, September 20, 2018 12:35 PM
To: Graham, Angela J. <>
Subject: Re: Community Health Needs Assessment questions
  Thanks again Angela for meeting with us. You were so thorough and gave us all that we need for our learning assignment. I hope you enjoy the rest of your day!
Brooklyn Winston, MSN, RN
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On Sep 20, 2018, at 11:16 AM, Graham, Angela J. <> wrote:
Hi Brooklyn,   As I mentioned on the phone here are interventions that resulted from the 2012 & 2015 Needs Assessment (along with our own analysis of health data for Louisville):    

And our MAPP process for 2018 is underway – here are the results of 3 out of 4 of the assessments (the local public health systems assessment is underway)   Health Equity Report serves as our CHA: ;  

Our three major focus areas are: -Access to care -Socioeconomic progress -Environmental equity     Thanks!

ajgraham About 3 years ago

Testimonial of one of our Job Seeker program participants, talking about how mobile connectivity helps her manage a complicated life.


Louisville Metro Resilience and Community Services

Keyonda Turner, our featured client in this edition of #RCSSuccessStories, shares her enthusiasm for participating in the Digital Inclusion/Job Seekers Program. Having the ability to access her...
gregschwartz Almost 4 years ago

Citizens on Twitter were not happy about how we asked a sex/gender data collection question.

The original tweets of praise from the submitter have been deleted, but it was reported Jan 9 and fixed by Jan 10.  Here is the remaining evidence:

This citizen feedback tweet remains:
schnuerle Almost 4 years ago

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mattgolsen About 4 years ago