The Survey of the Health of Wisconsin supports ongoing population health monitoring and research, fosters diverse partnerships, and supports ongoing education in order to promote population health equity and well-being in Wisconsin and beyond.
What is SHOW?
The Survey of the Health of Wisconsin is a novel, statewide research infrastructure. The program maintains a set of core health data including survey data, physical measurements, and biological samples that are readily available to answer new research questions.
What does SHOW offer?
With over 13 years of expertise, our staff and resources can assist with all areas of health research, including but not limited to:
The Survey of the Health of Wisconsin finished the final wave of the PACCS, or Past Antibody COVID-19 Community Survey, this past spring. The SHOW team partnered with …August 11, 2021
The SHOW program released their latest findings from the Past Antibody COVID-19 Community Survey (or PACCS) in mid-December 2020. See the full press release for more details.February 1, 2021
The Survey of the Health of Wisconsin is shifting data collection efforts this coming year, with the goal of being at the forefront of understanding how the coronavirus …May 18, 2020
This November, SHOW joined the Institute for Clinical and Translational Research’s Community-Academic Partnership program as an affiliate member. The ICTR Community-Academic Partnerships program seeks to connect UW researchers, …January 27, 2020
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Based at the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Medicine and Public Health since 2008, SHOW receives funding from the Wisconsin Partnership Program (WPP). WPP supports efforts to improve the health of the people of Wisconsin by supporting partnerships between the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health and local, regional, and statewide groups to address the most important health issues in Wisconsin.