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  • Sep. 16, 2022

    All DataHaven Programs, Community Wellbeing Survey, Economy

  • US News ranks CT, New England states in top 10 for gender equality. But it's complicated

    [Excerpt from WNPR station news report from Kay Perkins, CT Public Radio, 8/30/2022] A US News report ranks Connecticut as the 7th best state in the country for gender equality, based on factors related to economics, education, health, family planning and care, and representation in politics. Connecticut ranked in the top 10 behind three other New England states: Maine, Rhode Island, and Vermont. So what is the region doing differently to promote equality for women? One local data expert says the answers aren't so simple.

    Aug. 30, 2022

    All DataHaven Programs, Demographics, Economy

  • A Community-Centered Approach to Data Sharing and Policy Change: Lessons for Advancing Health Equity

    [Excerpt from report summary by CHCS, published August 2022 and authored by Liz Buck and Alissa Beers, Center for Health Care Strategies, and Waldo Mikels-Carrasco, Data Across Sectors for Health]

    Aug. 15, 2022

    All DataHaven Programs, Health

  • DataHaven Community Wellbeing Survey

    Connecticut Residents Once Again Urged to "Pick Up the Phone!" to Support Largest-Ever Survey – Over 75 Leading Foundations, Hospitals, and Local Agencies Join DataHaven InitiativeThe DataHaven Community Wellbeing Survey traces its roots to a series of grassroots and locally-based efforts launched over the past decade to gather information on and promote regional well-being and quality of life. With guidance from DataHaven and partner organizations throughout Connecticut, these area surveys have grown substantially each year in size and quality, and have become increasingly coordinated.

    Jul. 11, 2022

    All DataHaven Programs, Community Wellbeing Survey, Civic Vitality, Demographics, Economy, Education, Health, Housing, Public Safety

  • Jun. 28, 2022

    All DataHaven Programs, Health

  • Data suggests Connecticut’s COVID death toll has been larger than official numbers say

    [Excerpt from front-page feature article by Alex Putterman, Sunday, June 5, 2022] Officially, Connecticut has recorded 10,972 COVID-19 deaths over the past two-plus years, a devastating total that once would have seemed unimaginable. Staggering as that figure is, however, the pandemic’s true death toll in Connecticut might be even higher.

    Jun. 6, 2022

    All DataHaven Programs, Health

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