September 24, 2019
Master of Public Health program partners with Flint Hills Wellness Coalition
K-State's Master of Public Health program has paired with the Flint Hills Wellness Coalition this year as part of the 2019 Community Needs Assessment Survey. Ellyn Mulcahy, director of the program, helped with planning and drafting questions. She said Master of Public Health students will assist with data analysis.
"We encourage all university members to complete the 2019 Riley County Community Needs Assessment Survey," Mulcahy said. "This survey is completely confidential and available in both English and Spanish. It aims to get information about the quality of life in the community and to identify any unmet needs."
Some questions on the survey ask about personal experiences in the community and some ask for opinions about the community in general. Mulcahy said anyone who lives in Riley County is invited to take this survey. The survey link will be open through Friday, Oct. 11.