Communicating Data to Educate, Enlighten, and Inspire
This event is brought to you by Forum One and the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation.
Effectively communicating data is about supplying the right audience, with the right amount of data, in the right format.
Health, science, government and nonprofit organizations are collecting massive amounts of data in all kinds of shapes and formats. Despite tools becoming more sophisticated, many organizations are still figuring out how to unlock their data to present them in intelligible and accessible formats for impact. Luckily, Seattle is a hub for data designers, analysts, researchers and enthusiasts who are making great strides in creating powerful stories told through data.
Join us in learning more about how some of the best data users are communicating data to key audiences and seeing results. Expert presentations will be followed by speaker-facilitated group discussions expanding on themes and challenging participants to think about using data to communicate impact.
Josie Noah – Senior Director, Global Advocacy, Prevention & Clinical Programs, SightLife
Josie works with the world’s leading corneal surgeons to develop training programs that build capacity and capability for corneal surgeons, ophthalmologists and allied health care workers and with governments to ensure supportive policies are in place to ensure patients can receive treatment for corneal blindness.
Bill Heisel –Director of Communications, Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation
Bill’s team engages with all types of data audiences to translate IHME’s evidence into smarter health decisions locally and globally. His team manages IHME’s Global Health Data Exchange and is constantly looking for new ways to provide the world more and better health information.
Nam-ho Park – Senior Account Director, Global Health, Forum One
Nam-ho works in Seattle with organizations focused on global health and development, furthering their missions and influence through digital communications strategy and web technologies.
Can’t make the in-person event? Join us virtually on the data4impact livestream and follow the conversion on Twitter at #data4impact.
To learn more about Communicating Data for Impact, visit the microsite and download the free white paper at CommunicatingData.org.
Forum One and the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation
Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME)
October 24, 2017
3pm - 5pm
2301 Fifth Avenue, Suite 600