The Toolkit is a collection of tools for member agencies to share the information collected through the 2017 Community Health Opinion Survey and to promote the Partnership. Member agencies are invited to download and tailor the materials for their specific uses.
YouTube Series: 2017 Community Health Opinion Survey Findings
Working with the North Carolina Institute for Public Health (NCIPH), situated in the UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health, the Partnership conducted a community health opinion survey in 2017 to gather residents’ opinions on pressing health needs in the community. Over the course of six days, 44 interviewers in Edgecombe and Nash counties knocked on over 1,000 doors and interviewed 324 community members. The survey provided the Twin Counties with reliable local-level data which represents the counties as a whole. You can learn more about how the survey was conducted and the results by watching the video series below.
2017 Community Health Opinion Survey Tutorial: How to Use the Workbook
The Twin Counties Partnership for Healthier Communities partnered with the North Carolina Institute for Public Health in 2017 to conduct a community health opinion survey. The data from that survey is available to download and use in the Workbook.
The following video tutorial will demonstrate how to navigate the workbook and make use of the data. Data uses could include examining health priorities, making policy recommendations, justifying resource allocation, developing programs, or making a case for grant funding.
2017 Workbook: MS Excel File
- Table of Contents
- Questions 1-50
- Survey Provided as Appendix
The data collection was made possible by the generous support of the Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust in collaboration with the North Carolina Institute for Public Health and the Twin Counties Partnership for Healthier Communities. The information contained was kindly shared with the survey collectors by the residents of Edgecombe and Nash counties. Community members and partner agencies are encouraged to explore, download, use, and share the data in whatever way supports the community to live healthier and more active lives.
If you do share the data in a presentation or publication, we ask that you cite this source to give credit to the hard work that went into the survey results as well as to help other people find this resource. Please use the citation given below.
Source: North Carolina Institute of Public Health, Twin Counties Community Health Opinion Survey Data Workbook, 2017.
Questions? Contact the North Carolina Institute of Public Health at NCIPH@unc.edu