HCHD asks for help in Holmes County health assessment survey

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Published: Tuesday, April 2, 2013 at 02:11 PM.

Holmes County Health Department is requesting help from the Holmes County community to help identify health issues in Holmes County by filling out an online survey on Friday, April 12.

Your expertise and experience is needed to complete an online survey about those issues, which are impacting the health of the residents here in Holmes County.

Please - Here’s what we need you to do:

  • Complete the Forces of Change Assessment by Friday, April 12, 2013.
  • Take the online assessment at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/G23L73K
  • Just click the link and take the survey. Your comments are important and vital to the success of this project.

The Holmes County Community Health Improvement Project includes a Forces of Change assessment.  During this step, we are ask you to identify those forces that are or will be influencing the health and quality of life of the Holmes County community and the local public health system.

The Forces of Change Assessment will take between 10 to 20 minutes of your time.  This Forces of Change assessment provides a view of the broader contextual environment that is constantly affecting the Holmes County Community and local public health systems. State and federal legislation, rapid technological advances, changes in the organization of health care services, shifts in economic and employment forces, and changing family structures and gender roles are all examples of Forces of Change. They are important because they affect — either directly or indirectly — the health and quality of life in the community and the effectiveness of the local public health system.

If you have any questions or need more information, please contact Moises Vallejos at Moises_Vallejos@doh.state.fl.us  or (850) 547-8500 X 254.  Thank you in advance for your time and effort on this next step in the Holmes County Community Health Improvement Project.

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