Reports and Publications
Findings from the first Sinai Survey have been widely circulated to inform and inspire action to improve the health of the communities involved. A variety of dissemination formats were used, including:
Over 28 peer-reviewed articles and 19 self-published reports on the survey findings.
A book, “Urban Health: Combating Disparities with Local Data,” describing the collective efforts of the survey and resulting interventions
More than 400 presentations to diverse local and national audiences and nearly 400 reports of the survey in popular media including print, television, and radio
We partnered with many community organizations to disseminate the results of the first Sinai Survey. If you are interested in scheduling a presentation of the new Sinai Survey 2.0 results at your organization, please contact Jana Hirschtick at firstname.lastname@example.org.