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The Maps & Data section allows you to create maps and reports that include visual and statistical information you choose. You can save your maps, privately or publicly; export them as jpgs or pdfs. You must a free user profile, but can keep your info to a minimum.
Professional Resources tab has information on assessment, health communication, etc. Although from Washington State Health Dept., many of the fact sheets under the Materials tab have general information.
Intenational focus, especially developing countries. Topics include knowledge management and mobile technology for health. Publications & Resources: reports and more. A U.S. Agency for International Development and John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health collaboration.
A collaboration of U.S. government agencies, public health organizations and health sciences libraries. Our mission: Helping the public health workforce find and use information effectively to improve and protect the public's health.
Five steps to translate research into community action. Publications link: many are open access. Resources & Tools link gives examples of each of the 5 steps. A collaboration of health agencies, institutes, and universities.
AskCHIS Neighborhood Edition (AskCHIS NE) provides health estimates for California's diverse population at the local level (zip codes and cities). With AskCHIS NE, you can get estimates on top health indicators for your zip code, city, county and legislative district!