Population Health

January 27, 2020

Help generate content for the new Hans Rosling Center for Population Health

Design image of feature wall in the Hans Rosling Center for Population HealthA key component of the University of Washington’s efforts to improve population health is the new Hans Rosling Center for Population Health. The Rosling Center, which will open in summer 2020, will act as a central hub for faculty, students, staff, partners and visitors from a wide range of disciplines across the university, the region, the nation and the world to address important population health challenges.

The Rosling Center will have feature walls (pictured) located next to main building entrances. The walls will consist of approximately 1,200 wooden blocks with laser-engraved text that describe major advances, achievements and contributors to improvements in population health. Public input is needed via a survey to generate this content to ensure the total breadth of progress that has occurred both domestically and internationally is captured.

Feedback is welcome from all faculty, students, staff and friends of the UW. The survey will close at 5 p.m. (Pacific) on Tuesday, February 18, 2020.

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