Do you want to know:
* About free medical and health mobile applications?
* What "participatory epidemiology" is?
* About online collaboration tools that allow document
and file sharing with colleagues?
If you answered “Yes” to any of these questions, then
please come to the Sheldon Margen Public Health Library’s
Public Health Informatics class!
Topics covered will include:
1. Public Health Informatics: What is it?
2. Brief overview of historical aspects and syndromic surveillance
3. Tools you can use:
– that link disparate resources,
– for decision-making and data collection,
– for collaboration
4. Examples of public health applications of information technology
(Note: This session will not include in-depth coverage of health information
exchanges, "meaningful use," data standards, and similar topics.)
Class: Public Health Informatics
When: Wednesday, July 10, 2013, 10-11 AM
Where: CDPH Richmond, Building C, Room 140
To provide an introduction to Public Health Informatics, and how
technological tools can help you:
– Save time finding relevant research,
– Identify and assess the health status of populations in new ways,
– Recognize linkages between health and environmental and other factors
– Collaborate across disciplinary and/or jurisdictional boundaries
Supervisors: Please encourage your staff to attend, if appropriate.
If you wish to attend, please RSVP by Monday, July 8, 2013 to Michael Sholinbeck at firstname.lastname@example.org or (510) 642-2510.
These one-hour training sessions are free to CDPH employees. Please obtain your supervisor’s approval to attend.
See a schedule of other upcoming training sessions so you can plan for them now.
Hope to see you there!