Transforming Health Care Through Evidence and Collaboration
Transforming Health Care Through Evidence and Collaboration

This webinar looked at the state of homelessness in the US and provided strategies to improve outcomes for homeless individuals both in the short term and in the long term.

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In this webinar, speakers shared key numbers, highlighted story angles to pursue, and identified how reporters can cover this issue at any level.

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In this webinar, speakers explored data tips and strategies for telling stories that capture the pandemic’s devastating toll and persistent threat to America’s most vulnerable residents.

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In this webinar speakers discussed the changing landscape of data on COVID-19, and specifically at data sources that can aid informed, in-depth reporting on the overall trend of the pandemic, the infrastructure needed to survive it, and the people most vulnerable to it.

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This webinar highlighted efforts to address the growing rate of substance use and outline strategies to mitigate the increased burden on individuals, society and the health care system.

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This webinar brought together experts to provide insights on the longstanding issues surrounding food insecurity in the United States, exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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This webinar brought together experts to provide insights on the science of well-being and how we can strengthen our own happiness during this time of physical distancing and uncertainty.

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In this webinar, speakers discussed what questions journalists should ask providers and health systems to gauge their plans and preparedness and to understand the hard calls they are making on rationing care.

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