Early on during the COVID outbreak in the US, All In saw its role as providing support to the frontlines of community-based data sharing. In May, All In hosted the first of three COVID listening sessions, loosely structured forums for collaboration leaders to share their experiences of frustration and success, setbacks and challenges, progress and pitfalls. Participants described their efforts to leverage the multi-sector relationships to move quickly together in their communities and building new data-sharing tools on top of systems they had built for other purposes.
Some of those stories are powerfully told in this publication.
As a Learning Network, we felt our responsibility during this crisis was to provide reliable, trustworthy, relevant information to our communities. That meant sharing everything from tips for convening in a virtual space to innovations during COVID.
Our intent with this publication is to offer insights, encouragements, ideas, and examples to our network and beyond to showcase how data can be used in times of crisis to provide equitable health solutions.
Click below to download a copy of the publication. Feel free to pass it on and share it broadly. And, we would love to hear from you on how you are using this publication. Please indicate below if it is okay for us to follow up with you in a few months.
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