It’s essential to challenge and expand the ideas we take for granted when we engage in the work of data sharing. Peer learning is a great way to do that. It allows us to stretch the boundaries of our imagination and create space for those who hold different kinds of knowledge.
Where You Stand Matters
What we know and what we are permitted to know are often influenced by our gender, class, race, ethnicity, sexuality, and physical abilities. Put simply, knowledge is socially ...
Can data offer a solution to our public health issues? Is data, indeed, the right solution? Most experts in the field will tell you that the answers depend on what you measure and what measures you implement. But to get the answers right, it turns out, peer learning is essential.
What We Measure
“What we measure informs what we do. And if we measure the wrong thing, we will do the wrong thing.” The economist Joseph Stiglitz said these words famously in his critique of using...
On June 7, 2022, Data Across Sectors for Health (DASH) hosted the first installment in the three-part webinar series: Advancing Community Health Through Equitable Data Ecosystems. The webinar series introduced the DASH Framework, which highlights the key domains of shared multi-sector data landscapes to and will help to guide communities to leverage their data ecosystem for equitable systems change.
This first session focused on Building Foundation with Community. Panelists from DASH-funded com...
Author: Susan Martinez, DASH Program Associate
Spaces for peer-to-peer connections continue to help facilitate learning and engagement in Data Across Sectors for Health (DASH)’s funding programs, whether within or across the field of data-sharing for community health. DASH grantees are typically encouraged to join the All In: Data for Community Health Network and participate in learning collaborative offerings, including the All In Affinity Groups.
For the DASH Mentor Program, the over...
DASH is pleased to announce 11 awardees for the Asset-Based Community Development (ABCD) Cohort. The cohort is designed for organizations and organizers that are highly interested in developing their work through an ABCD program design, which prioritizes local strengths and assets, especially grass-roots community leadership, in order to engage in health equity work.
Awardees will receive $20,000 to support the work of their collaboration, especially resident engagement costs; learning and en...