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How to Use Health Data for School Health Efforts

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This workshop demystifies health data regarding youth and provides participants with knowledge and tips for using health data to inform school-based health programs. This session illustrates the ways that data is used to effectively focus programs and policies on current issues faced by DC youth, and offers examples for engagement through marketing tools. This training will assist attendees to select datasets that will inform the work at their school or organization that supports local school health programs.

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