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Thursday, August 29 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Depression in Denver: A Framework for Comprehensive Health Condition Reporting for Local Public Health

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Behavioral health is increasingly recognized as a key component of the health of the community.  However, traditional public health surveillance tools have limited ability to characterize behavioral health problems.  We provide an example of using well-established and novel data sources to provide a comprehensive view of depression in Denver, including barriers to care. We are now working with healthcare systems, policymakers, community-based organizations, researchers and community members to address the gaps identified in the report.


Bill Burman

Denver Public Health
William Burman, MD, is an infectious disease specialist with a particular interest in HIV care and prevention. He has worked at Denver Public Health since 1995, initially as Director of the Infectious Diseases Clinic and a researcher on tuberculosis and HIV. Since becoming Director... Read More →

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 →
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Greg Budney

Denver Public Health
Greg Budney is an epidemiologist and the Colorado Health Observation Regional Data Service, or CHORDS, Project Manager for Public Health Monitoring at Denver Public Health. CHORDS is a regional collaborative partnership between Colorado health providers, public health departments... Read More →

Thursday August 29, 2019 2:00pm - 3:00pm MDT
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