Use this tool to search for resources, including issue briefs, factsheets, case studies, reports, and more, that IPHI has developed across our programs and initiatives.
This publication by Data Across Sectors for Health (DASH) features ten Mentee collaborations from the first two funding rounds of the DASH Mentor program.
This tool was developed to support healthcare providers in understanding the basics of breast/chestfeeding so they can best support families in initiating and sustaining breast/chestfeeding for as long as they want to.
This resource was developed to assist healthcare providers in taking a culturally humble approach to discussing breast/chestfeeding with their pregnant and parenting patients.
This resource was developed for families to increase awareness of the early steps of the breast/chestfeeding process, from pregnancy, through labor/delivery, and the early days of breast/chestfeeding at home.
This infographic represents findings from the 2021 All In National Inventory, showing that there is a gap between the known benefits of including people with lived experiences of inequity (PWLEI) in data-sharing projects and the observed levels of PWLEI inclusion in recent data-sharing efforts.
The brief highlights six lessons on sharing data across sectors and state agencies while partnering with individuals with lived expertise. The lessons were derived from six projects from the first round of DASH’s Learning and Action in Policies and Partnerships (LAPP) funding program.
Co-authored by Data Across Sector for Health and the Network for Public Health Law, Pathways to Yes details the legal aspects of data-sharing projects.
This guide is intended to assist health officers and inspectors determine restaurant compliance and ensure enforcement of the Serve Kids Better law.
This report features the findings from focus groups conducted by IPHI and the University of Illinois Family Resiliency Center in 2020. Discussions helped to better understand the needs, implementation practices, and barriers encountered by Illinois early childcare providers around nutrition, physical activity and breastfeeding.
Through the State Physical Activity & Nutrition Program, IPHI developed a sample nutrition policy for organizations to use to guide their purchasing and provision of foods.
Through the State Physical Activity & Nutrition Program, IPHI developed a survey tool to be used to gather input on nutrition guidelines by guests volunteers/staff at food pantries.
The Master Person Index project was led by the Illinois Public Health Institute (IPHI) in consultation with University of Illinois Health and Hospital System (UI Health) and All Chicago Making Homelessness History (All Chicago). The purpose of Master Person Index project was to develop consensus among participants across Chicago and Cook County for a multi-sector […]
Through the State Physical Activity & Nutrition program, IPHI developed a variety of tools to help organizations adopt and assess their nutrition policies/food service guidelines.
The Illinois CARES to Prevent Diabetes Stakeholder Digital Toolkit provides resources and materials for Illinois partners working to promote awareness of prediabetes and/or the National Diabetes Prevention Program’s lifestyle change program. Partners who use or distribute the materials should let us know via this distribution survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/FXN79DR.
The greatest challenges to implementing and expanding ED-based naloxone dispensing are financial. To investigate how programs in other states with robust ED naloxone programs operate, the Illinois Public Health Institute conducted a series of interviews with key informants in eight states with ED naloxone distribution programs and recommendations on how to establish ED-based naloxone dispensing […]