The Public Health Information and Data Tutorial provides instruction for members of the public health workforce on issues related to information access and management. There are no copyright restrictions on the contents of this tutorial and users are free to adapt or duplicate any portion.
The contributors and authors of this tutorial’s content represent city, county, state and federal agencies. They establish clear connections to recognized competencies in public health and provide examples representing much of the diversity inherent in the practice of public health.
- Stay informed of developments and events related to public health;
- Find reliable and authoritative consumer-oriented materials to support health education;
- Retrieve statistical information and access data sets relevant to public health; and
- Retrieve and evaluate information in support of evidence-based practice.
This tutorial is based on Public Health Information and Data: A Training Manual. The manual is no longer maintained and is now out-of-date. The manual has been archived and is available upon request using the Contact Us form.
For additional training opportunities, contact the National
Network of Libraries of Medicine at 1-800-338-7657 or http://nnlm.gov.