Thanks to those who participated in the webinar I guided yesterday, Transforming Your Data Into Impact, and I appreciate Daniel, Sondes, and others at NIC/Stewards of Change for carving out time for this discussion.
Here are some follow-up resources that I thought could be useful to folks:
- Why We Need Less Data and More Story in the Evidence We Present (Blog Post for AcademyHealth)
- A seven-part video series on lessons learned in communicating data for impact that covers what is data storytelling; designing data presentations for face-to-face outreach; how to make data visualizations relatable to your audiences, and other topics.
- 10 Recommendations for Improving Data-Driven Communication About the Opioid Epidemic (Summary of journal article for the Journal of Public Health Management and Practice)
And if anyone has any other resources to share, I'd love to see them. And, of course, if anyone has any follow up thoughts, questions, or even pushback on the ideas that I shared during the webinar, please feel free to reach out to me or to add a comment here.