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Health Research Live!
Understanding Community Health

Community discussions on health research priorities

Join the conversation about health research being conducted in the community. Hear from scientific researchers, community members, and organizations—all providing their perspectives on important health issues.

This event is free and open to the public, but registration is required.

How do we understand and address community health needs in our local area? Every three years a number of community health partners in the Upper Valley facilitate a Community Health Needs Assessment. This contributes to a community health improvement plan that guides numerous organizations to address relevant health issues.

Learn more about community health needs assessments, how organizations use these to affect public health in our area, and how to participate in an upcoming assessment.

This event is free and open to the public, but registration is required.

Speakers

Elizabeth Craib is the Director of Community Impact for Granite United Way. Based in Lebanon, New Hampshire, Elizabeth partners with Upper Valley agencies to promote their work throughout the region. Community engagement around increasing access to basic needs is the main motivation behind her work.

Alice R. Ely, MPH, is Executive Director of the Public Health Council of the Upper Valley, which as one of the State of New Hampshire’s 13 regional health networks has quickly become the largest and broadest coalition of advocates on public and population health issues in the greater Upper Valley region.

Greg Norman, MS, is the Director of Community Health Improvement at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center. He also serves as an adjunct Instructor in The Dartmouth Institute.

Health Research Live! is a program produced and organized by the Montshire Museum of Science, Dartmouth Hitchcock Population Health, the Upper Valley Public Health Council and the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Norris Cotton Cancer Center.