Thursday, August 29 • 9:00am - 11:15am
The Power of Framing: How to Integrate Public Health Data with Community Experience to Raise Awareness of the Impact of Excessive Alcohol Use

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This session will provide an overview of excessive drinking in Colorado, its impact on communities, available data sources, and evidence-based, population-level strategies to reduce excessive drinking. Participants will be presented with local-level case studies describing how surveillance systems have been enhanced to better monitor the consequences of excessive alcohol use and engage in small group activities to discuss their local data sources and opportunities to enhance data collection to support messaging efforts.


Sarah Belstock

Denver Public Health
Sarah Belstock is the Behavioral Health Planner at Denver Public Health. With over a decade of experience in community health promotion, Ms. Belstock's career has primarily focused on addressing issues of substance misuse and mental health within community- and campus-based settings... Read More →

Kacy Crawford

Epidemiologist, Colorado Dept. of Public Health & Environment
Kacy Crawford is the an epidemiologist at the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) and is working to increase the dissemination and utilization of excessive alcohol use data to inform the selection and implementation of evidence-based strategies to decrease... Read More →

Alexander Limas

Denver Public Health

Ken Scott

Denver Public Health
Ken Scott is an epidemiologist at Denver Public Health, where he also completed a fellowship in applied public health informatics. Dr. Scott completed a PhD in epidemiology at the Colorado School of Public Health and a MPH degree at the University of Washington.

Thursday August 29, 2019 9:00am - 11:15am
Torreys Peak 2

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