Solutions in Health Analytics for Rural Equity across the Northwest
See where rural health disparities exist in your community by exploring the data dashboards, and better understand how you can make data-driven decisions to reduce those disparities with training support.
Access data by the topics listed below. Within each dashboard you can select a subtopic and filter by state and/or local jurisdiction.
Subtopics: Personal Characteristics, Education, Work and Income, Housing, Renting and Evictions, Homelessness, Health Insurance
Subtopics: Mental Health, Drug Use, Alcohol Use, Suicides, Programs and Services
Subtopics: Obesity, Physical Activity, Food Access, Food Insecurity, Food Assistance
Subtopics: Diabetes, Primary Care Utilization
Subtopics: Unintentional Injury, Firearms, Adverse Childhood Experiences, Crime, Domestic Violence
Subtopics: Tobacco Use, Health Effects, Cessation, Environment
Subtopics: Prevention, Access to Care, Health Outcomes
Trainings and Webinars
Access online trainings and webinars organized by topics that correspond to the data dashboards. These training resources can help you develop your skills to make key decisions to improve health equity in your communities.
Who is this website for?
The resources on this website are for rural public health professionals in Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington, including those who might not have training or experience using data.
We know rural public health professionals need access to data and training to support key decision-making that helps improve their community’s health and well-being.
SHARE-NW is designed specifically for rural professionals with limited resources and little to no data experience.
What is the purpose of this website?
The SHARE-NW team is here to provide the tools and information you need to make key decisions in improving your community’s health.
We want to help you understand where health disparities exist in your community and identify what can be done to reduce them.
This website will give you access to relevant, publicly available data and let you explore online trainings and webinars on those topics. Together, these resources can support your local efforts to improve individual and community health and well-being.
What is the source of the data?
Data on this website is compiled from publicly available sources and is the best available data we could find on the topics identified as priority areas for rural jurisdictions in the Pacific Northwest. There are gaps in and limitations to the data because data is not standardized across jurisdictions and/or state lines.