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January 2024 Webinars

Please join us for upcoming educational webinars on The Root Cause Coalition’s yearlong research study, climate change and social drivers, and women’s health topics. Find information on each webinar and registration information below.


Date: January 9, 2024

Time: 2-3 p.m. ET

Join this webinar to hear findings from The Root Cause Coalition’s public insights study assessing current attitudes, opinions and habits of the U.S. population related to the social drivers of health. The overall study utilized a blend of quantitative and qualitative research methods with a specific focus on primary care providers, Medicare/Medicaid recipients and leaders within social service organizations. The objectives of this study were to: 

  • Identify awareness of and concern for health inequities and the overall impact of social determinants of health as a public health concern. 

  • Evaluate the prioritization of strategies to address health inequities, measured through ranking activities. 

  • Determine reasons for prioritization that could help inform communication strategies to improve awareness of the current state of social determinants of health. 

Please register today to learn more about this research, gaps, challenges and what’s working across the care continuum, and for discussion/Q&A.


Date: January 24, 2024

Time: 2-3 p.m. ET

Join The Root Cause Coalition for a presentation and discussion of our latest pulse survey. Conducted every other month, these studies are a “quick look” at what the public understands, considers and has experienced with respect to a multitude of social determinants. This month features an analysis of the public’s views and experiences with climate change and extreme weather as a public health concern. We will highlight different demographics and statistically significant findings throughout the survey of 1,000 Americans, 18 years of age and older. 


Date: February 1, 2024

Time: 3-4 p.m. ET

The World Economic Forum identified the investment in improving women’s health as vital to creating a “healthier, more equitable world for all.” Along with similar research that confirms the connection between women’s health and long-term productivity, this highlights the importance of investing in women’s health. Investing in women is also an investment in families, communities and society. During this webinar, our speaker, Priya Bathija, founder & CEO of Nyoo Health, will discuss the state of play on women's health, including new and promising activity on women's health. She will also share strategies and tactics that are being used across the country to invest and improve women's health.


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