This workshop will discuss the incorporation of place and local context in designing and delivering community interventions. It will include presentations and discussion with leaders of prominent community organizations, and leaders in spatial analysis with experience in fields such as health, social housing, and crime. This workshop will appeal particularly to those who work in community organizations and policy settings.
* How do you measure and incorporate local context when planning programs?
* How can a surveillance strategy inform programming? How can evaluations be connected to surveillance systems?
* How do you use place-based data to design approaches to target health inequities?