A collaboration of U.S. government agencies,
public health organizations and health sciences libraries
Public Health Information and Data: A Training Manual
Public Health Information and Data: A Training Manual supports instruction
provided to members of the public health workforce on issues related
to information access and management. This manual is intended primarily
for librarians and others who may be responsible for developing training
events. There are no copyright restrictions on the manual's contents, and
instructors are free to adapt or duplicate any portion.
The manual's chapters include:
- Staying Informed About News in Public Health, by Kris Alpi,
New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.
- Finding Information for Others: Health Education Resources,
by Molly Youngkin, MidContinental Region, National Network of Libraries
Finding Public Health Statistics and Data Sources,
by Catherine Selden, National Library of Medicine.
Supporting Decisions with Best Evidence, by Nancy Allee, University of Michigan.
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