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Wilder Research gathers and interprets facts and trends to help families and communities thrive, get at the core of community concerns, and uncover issues that are overlooked or poorly understood.
We work with organizations of all sizes at the local, state, and national level to help them bring about needed change, increase their effectiveness, and demonstrate the value of what they do.
Improving Public Health: State Biomonitoring Summit, June 27
Wilder Research is a partner of the State Biomonitering Summit in Saint Paul. Anyone interested in improving public health in Minnesota is invited to attend this free summit to explore the way biomonitoring works along with other public health tools, such as disease prevention and environmental public health tracking.
Implementing Effective Child Abuse Prevention Programs, July 22-24
Wilder is partnering with the National Child Protection Training Center of this training conference to assist professionals in recognizing the factors in their communities contributing to child abuse, and expose them to numerous evidence-based prevention programs that can be implemented in their communities, including culturally specific interventions. Mall of America.
How Well Are We Serving People with Mental Illness?
Thousands of Minnesotans are affected by mental illness each year, but don't always get the care they need. Dr. Michael Trangle, associate medical director of behavior health for Health Partners, explains some of the challenges and potential solutions.
Study Finds Minnesota State Colleges and Universities (MnSCU) Make Big Economic Impact on Their Communities
New cost benefit studies from Wilder Research show the economic impact that individual MnSCU institutions make on their communities. The study was first done in 2007 and then updated in 2013.