Working with communities to interpret health survey results

You may have seen that some results from the Best Starts for Kids Health Survey are already online on the Best Starts Indicators website.  However, answering these questions takes more than just numbers. Before we release every detail, the team is also slowing down to take time to carefully interpret what these results mean

Best Starts for Kids Health Survey Recognized with National Equity Award

The groundbreaking new methods we used in the Best Starts Health Survey lead the nation in ensuring our data reflects the strengths and needs of all King County kids and families. A nation-wide panel of epidemiologists selected the Best Starts for Kids Health Survey for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) National Award for Outstanding Epidemiology Practice in Addressing Racial and Ethnic Disparities.