Concise, illustrated summaries of data and programs related to the Center’s work
Healthy People Infographic Gallery (2019)
View U.S. Department of Health and Human Services infographics for leading health indicators, which are high-priority health issues in the United States that serve as measures of the nation’s health. New graphics are added to the gallery each month. Topics include access to health services; mental health; nutrition, physical activity, and obesity; social determinants; and more.
Heart Disease and Stroke Statistics (2019)
This infographic highlights a sampling of U.S. data from the AHA’s 2019 heart disease and stroke statistics report.
Employees Believe Employers Should Play a Role in Supporting Their Mental Health (2018)
More than three in four U.S. employees (76 percent) have dealt with issues negatively affecting their mental health, and almost all employees (96%) agree that mental health is as important as physical health, according to a nationwide survey commissioned by the American Heart Association CEO Roundtable.
PRIDE at Heart (2017)
Understanding health disparities across all spectrums is of critical importance to the AHA. This 2-page infographic highlights health facts about the LGBTQ community.
Resilience in the Workplace (2017)
This infographic is a companion to the report, “Resilience in the Workplace: An Evidence Review and Implications for Practice.” The report explores resilience as an emerging, innovative strategy to improve employee health and productivity, and organizational performance.
Cardiovascular Disease is America’s Most Costly Killer (2017)
This infographic highlights key statistics from the AHA’s report “Cardiovascular Disease: A Costly Burden for America, Projections Through 2035.”
Improving Heart Health in the Workplace: Results from the First Year of the American Heart Association’s Workplace Health Achievement Index (2017)
This poster summarizes differences in the AHA’s Workplace Health Achievement Index scores between smaller (<250 employees) versus larger (250+ employees) companies, and explains the implications of the results.
Industry and Non-Profit Partnerships as an Effective Model for Implementation of Community-Based Nutrition Interventions (2017)
This poster explains how a community-centered engagement program involving science-based curriculum enabled an increase in healthy food shopping and cooking skills and improved individual health behaviors. This program used a community engagement partnership approach, suggesting that scaling such approaches could improve population-level health.
The Employee/Employer Health Connection (2016)
Based on findings from the AHA’s 2016 Employee Health Survey, this infographic illustrates how employers can show their commitment to employee health and positively impact employee health program engagement.
Health Program Interaction Across Generations (2016)
Based on findings from the AHA’s 2016 Employee Health Survey, this infographic depicts generational differences in health goals, workplace health participation and impact, and experience with stress as a result of work.