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The Survey of the Health of Wisconsin (SHOW) is the first statewide research survey of its kind to measure information on critical health conditions in Wisconsin. Findings from SHOW present a comprehensive picture of the health of Wisconsin residents, helping to identify needs and target resources where they are most needed.

 

The Survey of the Health of Wisconsin is funded by the Wisconsin Partnership Program and is under the direction of principal investigator Dr. F. Javier Nieto and co-director Dr. Kristen Malecki and their team at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health.

 

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Bike path in Madison

WASABE: Measuring Neighborhood Environments and Health

 

The Wisconsin Assessment of the Social and Built Environment (WASABE) is an objective audit tool designed at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. WASABE was designed as an addition to the Survey of the Health of Wisconsin (SHOW) to objectively measure participants’ neighborhoods. A paper was just published about WASABE in BioMed Central. Learn more

Kristen Malecki

Where You Live Affects Mental Health

 

"Neighborhoods and communities we live in can have profound effects on our overall well-being, particularly in promoting mental health ..." - Dr. Kristen Malecki, co-director, Survey of the Health of Wisconsin

 

Dr. Malecki studies Wisconsin neighborhoods and how they affect our health. Her work is highlighted recently on Academic Minute. Academic Minute features researchers from colleges and universities around the world, keeping listeners abreast of what’s new and exciting in the academy. Listen now

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SHOW Expands in 2014

 

The Survey of the Health of Wisconsin grew in a number of exciting ways in 2014. For the first time in the survey, Wisconsin residents of all ages will be invited to participate. SHOW also implemented a new sampling frame that gives important expansion in the survey's capacity to measure health at some county levels as well as at the state level. Read about these, and many more updates in our Winter 2015 Newsletter (pdf).

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Hungry Wisconsin

 

A Survey of the Health of Wisconsin study finds at least 740,000 state residents face food insecurity.

 

Read more and listen to a Wisconsin News Connection interview (mp3) with Dr. Javier Nieto about the findings.

 

 

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