1. Provide local, timely, and actionable health data and tools to communities and organizations, government entities, and researchers to support and inform strategies and build proposals and plans that advance health and health equity in Wisconsin communities.
2. Continuously expand the value and reach of the program by motivating:
- Improved data through enhanced participation from health systems
- Wide-spread adoption of reports and tools through enhanced participation from organizations helping to disseminate reports & tools
The Neighborhood Health Partnerships Program was founded in 2019 as a part of the University of Wisconsin Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR).
With funding from the Wisconsin Partnership Program, we worked with academic, community, government, and health system stakeholders in 2019 and 2020 to build and design an infrastructure that would support our mission and goals.
In October 2020, we launched a pilot test of the program and are taking the next several months to test and learn. We will take these learnings to adapt our program, reports, and tools before a full launch of the program in fall of 2022.
The Neighborhood Health Partnerships Program is a collaboration of three partners that bring together substantial knowledge and experience in conducting and evaluating health and health equity research, advancing partnerships between researchers and users of research, and providing data and evidence to communities to help them identify opportunities to improve health and health equity.
Mary Kate O’Leary
Our Advisory Team
Matt Gigot, MPH // Chief Operating Officer
Marjory Givens, PhD, MSPH // UW Population Institute Associate Director
Sheri Johnson, PhD // UW Population Health Institute Director
Kate Judge, MSSW // ICTR Community Academic Partnerships Research Ambassador
Katie Ronk // UW Health Innovation Program Associate Director of Data Operations
Maureen Smith, MD, MPH, PhD // Director of the UW Health Innovation Program and UW ICTR Community Academic Partnerships Core
Christine Sorkness, RPh, PharmD // UW ICTR Senior Associate Executive Director, Workforce Development
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Engaging communities can increase the speed of translating health and health equity research into practice. Effective engagement requires a shared understanding of neighborhood health care quality and outcomes. Creating this shared understanding can be challenging without timely and accurate local health data, or ways to provide the data that are directly applicable to improving community…
The recording for the Neighborhood Health Partnership's (NHP) Lunch & Learn: Local Health Data and Action Tools Resources for Grant Applications is now available online. To view the recording, click here and use passcode: ikRL&$78 This lunch & learn showed how to leverage NHP program data on Wisconsin neighborhoods (zip code level) covering 27 health…
The University of Wisconsin Neighborhood Health Partnerships Program used electronic health record and influenza vaccination data to estimate COVID-19 relative mortality risk and potential barriers to vaccination in Wisconsin ZIP Code Tabulation Areas. Data visualization revealed four groupings to use in planning and prioritizing vaccine outreach and communication based on ZIP Code Tabulation Area characteristics.…