This March 8, 2017 webinar introduced data visualization’s key role in global health programs for communicating information clearly and effectively to diverse audiences, including beneficiaries, program managers and donors. By presenting data in ways that are both visually appealing and easy to understand, data visualization can be used to convey impactful and compelling evidence that influences behavior change and improves program performance.
This online event is the fifteenth in HC3’s innovation webinar series, designed to spotlight a broad range of health communication innovations while providing a meaningful mix of theory and practical examples.
The webinar was moderated by:
- Julia Whipple, Global Director and Head of Corporate Social Responsibility, Qlik [Presentation: Qlik Corporate Social Responsibility: Data, People, Ideas]
- Maya Tholandi, Monitoring and Evaluation Director, Expanding Maternal and Neonatal Survival (EMAS) Project, Jhpiego [Presentation: Data Visualization to Strengthen Data-Based Programmatic Decision-Making & Communication]
- Andrea Vazzano, MPH, Senior Associate, Palladium Group [Presentation: If You Build It, Will They Come?: Ensuring Lasting Use of Data Visualization]
- Amanda Makulec, MPH, Visual Analytics Advisor, John Snow Inc. [Presentation: Nurturing Data Visualization As a Personal Skill and Organizational Value]