Improve health outcomes and enhance prevention initiatives with data driven decision making. In this 60 minute webinar, the presenter will cover the meaning of data-driven decision-making, address the significant variables required to make data-driven decisions, and show how to locate substance use sources.
Wednesday, April 1, 2020
About the Presenter
Anne Rogers, M.Ed. Anne currently resides in Maine and works at the Maine center for Disease Control and Prevention in the Data, Research and Vital Statistics office. She oversees the Statistical Services unit which includes births, deaths, marriages, divorces, BRFSS, and PRAMS data. Prior to this she was the data and Research Manager for the Substance Abuse Mental Health Services office, overseeing the following programs substance abuse treatment data, Maine Integrated Youth Health Survey, and the Prescription Drug Monitoring System. She has worked in the field of Public Health and Prevention for over 25 years. Originally from Virginia, but also lived in Texas, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire in the 1990’s. She is married and has a hound dog named Cooper.