UW Extension seeks public participation in health care survey

Juliet Daniels

Cowboy State residents can submit their health care concerns in an online survey by the University of Wyoming Extension and have them be part of discussions and decisions across Wyoming.

The anonymous short survey at bit.ly/wyohealthsurvey is an opportunity to share thoughts on health care quality and availability in Wyoming communities, said Juliet Daniels, an extension community development educator. No identifying information is collected.

Survey responses are requested by Friday, Oct. 13.

Concerns gathered in the survey will be used to develop discussion guides for UW Extension’s Community Conversations Wyoming (CCW) project.

Kimberly Chapman

“This project is about bringing people together to explore complex community issues and discover ways to move forward that meet community needs,” she said.

Daniels said CCW engages citizens in the work of their communities through leadership, service and public dialogue on issues of critical importance.

For more information, contact CCW coordinators Daniels in Cheyenne at 307-633-4383, or fellow extension educator Kimberly Chapman in Evanston at 307-783-0570.