Off the Cuff: Domain 3/Health Systems Updates
Information from state and national partners
Facilitated by the Cardiovascular Health Network of NACDD Issue 93 January 15, 2018
From the CVH Leadership Team
From Tara Trujillo, Chair, CVH Network Leadership Team
You set the record for number of votes for members of the CVH Network Leadership Team. There were 91 ballots representing 35 states cast! Thank you.
Please join me in extending a warm welcome and congratulations to the Leadership Team’s new At-Large members, Cheryl Farmer from Washington, Desiree Jonas from Florida, Rachael Austin from New York, and Kristina Dawkins from Michigan. Crystelle Fogle from Montana is returning in a new role as Government Affairs Liaison. Hannah Herold from Wyoming is joining as Chair-Elect.
The CVH Network Leadership Team represents YOU to NACDD, CDC, and other partners. We do this by setting priorities and recommending the best methods for these partners to provide support to health departments regarding health systems and hypertension control strategies. For more information about the Leadership Team, please visit our webpage.
I’m excited to work with you in the coming year as we begin new cardiovascular disease prevention and management work and grow our network. Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or would like to share your thoughts with us!
Calls and Webinars Worth Your Time
Principles for Designing Infographics Thursday, January 25, 2018, 2 ‒3:00 p.m., EST
Sponsor: Training and Technical Assistance Support Center for CDC’s NCCDPHP
This call is for program staff involved with communications activities across the 1305 and 1422 grants. This community forum is for sharing experiences, successes, challenges, and lessons learned for designing infographics. Learn about when to use infographics, which websites can assist you in creating infographics, best practices for infographics, and see a step by step demonstration of creating infographics.
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