Friday, June 29, 2018

WEBINAR Early Childhood Colorado Partnership 2 part Lunch & Learn

ECCP Summer Lunch & Learn Two-Part Series!
The ECCP Data Action Team invites network members to join this series (corrected dates listed below) highlighting two valuable efforts and important sources of data connected to the well-being of children and families. You are welcome to join either or both of these valuable learning opportunities where you can hear more about each effort, ask questions and participate in discussion.
Child Health Survey - July 10 @ 12:30 pm
Health eMoms - July 17 @ 12:30 pm
*No need to re-register for those who have already registered, all should be notified by Zoom of date change*
Child Health Survey Lunch and Learn
July 10 at 12:30pm 
The Colorado Child Health Survey is modernizing! The telephone survey to collect information on children's health behaviors began in 2004. Similar to all data collection methods, a need to update the way in which this critical information is collected has become necessary and the CO Department of Public Health & Environment is doing just that! Please join us for a Lunch & Learn on 7/10 at 12:30 pm to learn more about the past, present and future of the CO Child Health Survey.
 
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CORRECTED DATE: JULY 10
Health eMoms Program
July 17 at 12:30pm 
This Lunch & Learn presentation will focus on the early successes and future data collection opportunities of the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment’s Health eMoms program. Health eMoms is an online, longitudinal data collection system that recruits mothers by mail to join an online survey platform through which they receive surveys twice per year from shortly after they give birth up until their child’s third birthday. Participants will learn how Health eMoms data could inform the work of their programs and how Health eMoms methods could be adapted to fill their programs’ data needs.
 
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CORRECTED DATE: JULY 17
Learn more about the Early Childhood Colorado Partnership

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