MAP Talk: Understanding Tucson's Health

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The MAP (Making Action Possible) Dashboard project was created to improve Southern Arizona through data-driven action and education. The Dashboard provides users with valuable information about our region’s progress in education, health, infrastructure, and much more. It also provides access to the latest demographic information for our region.

MAP Talks are webinars featuring guest speakers, Jennifer Pullen (Senior Research Economist and MAP Dashboard Coordinator), and George Hammond (EBRC Director). MAP Talks last 60-90 minutes with time for Q&A at the end. 

We are excited to have several guest speakers joining us for the MAP Talk on Understanding Tucson's Health. Join us to learn more about the impact of social determinants of health in Tucson. 

  • MeMe Aguila, Executive Director, We Care Tucson
  • Nancy Johnson, RN, MSN, MS, PhD, Former CEO of El Rio Community Health Center, Current Senior Director of Strategy for the Global MD Program, University of Arizona 
  • Meghan B. Skiba, PhD, MS, MPH, RDN, Assistant Professor, College of Nursing, University of Arizona

Dr. Skiba will discuss the results from the white paper "The Impact of Social Determinants of Health on Technology Access, Health Behaviors, and Health Status in Southern Arizona" published on the MAP Dashboard. 

Webinar spots are limited to 500 participants, so register now!

When: Thursday, March 21st
Time: 12:00 - 1:30 pm (MST)

Location: From the comfort of your office or home. Webinar details will be emailed to those who register.