The Network will help support and promote state- and local-level population health surveys that:
- Are high-quality,
- Are designed to inform policy and programs at the local, state and national levels, and
- Collect data comparable to national surveys and those in other states for key health indicators.
The National Network of State and Local Health Surveys (Network) is for survey leaders, data users, policy makers and advocates who understand the importance of quality local level population health data to all areas of public health. The Network focuses on two main goals: supporting quality state and local population health surveys and promoting the use of the data.
Coordinating Committee for the National Network of State and Local Health Surveys
- Francine Axler
- Nancy Breen, PhD
- Kathleen Call, PhD
- Jenifer Cartland, PhD
- Pete Damiano, DDS
- Amy Ferketich, PhD
- Amy Lazarus Yaroch, PhD
- Stephen Linder, PhD
- Tim Sahr, PhD