HIP-Cuyahoga’s Chronic Disease Management subcommittee recently presented its work on the Chronic Disease Self-Management Program at the Better Health Partnership’s Learning Collaborative on April 8th, and at the Research ShowCASE on April 15th at Case Western Reserve University. View the poster presentation
Martha Halko, HIP-Cuyahoga partnership coordinator, and Greg Brown, partnership co-chair and executive director of PolicyBridge, presented at the Institutes of Medicine’s Community Based Solutions to Promote Health Equity in the United States, Meeting 2 on March 7, in Washington, DC. Halko and Brown provided a great overview of the health status of residents in Cuyahoga County […]
April is National Minority Health Month, and there is still a lot of work that needs to be done to reduce the disparities in health among various groups of Ohioans. Within Cuyahoga County, there are also significant gaps in life expectancy depending on where someone lives. The worst health outcomes are in the urban core — Cleveland and its first ring suburbs. In the April 2016 […]
In some Northeast Ohio neighborhoods, obesity rates top 40%. From promoting produce, to safeguarding water, cross the intersection of people, place and health and explore local efforts to propel proper nourishment. This piece, which aired on PBS TV 25 on April 4, 2016 and is currently available online, highlights work of the HEAL and CDM […]
Why do we, as a nation make it so hard for our children to thrive? How can we do better? The Raising of America documentary is available free between April 1 and 17th, 2016. Visit http://www.raisingofamerica.org/ between April 1-17 to view the entire series for free.
This is a radio story by Be Well Ideastream’s Sarah Jane Tribble. Healthy corner stores are part of a larger landscape of improving neighborhoods to make healthy living easier in our community. Read more on Ideastream.com.
Matt Perez of the Cleveland Patch explores Cuyahoga County’s low food environment index, high income inequality and stark segregation index display the region’s poor health ranking. Read more on Patch.com.