Repository of Resources

Low or No-Cost Resources Repository

This repository serves as a central source of useful tools and trainings that can be used to support data-use activities and programs. This repository will grow as additional sources are identified.

18F

Federal agency that works with various organizations to fix technical products, build products, and improve how the government uses technology to serve the public. 

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All In: Data for Community Health

Network of communities testing ways to systematically improve community health outcomes through multi-sector partnerships working to share data.

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All In: Data for Community Health

Network of communities actively testing ways to improve health outcomes through partnerships to share healthcare and public health data.  

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Applied Public Health Informatics Fellowship (APHIF)

Fellowship training recent graduates in the field of applied public health informatics. Fellows receive one year of one the job training at a state or local health agency under the guidance of an experienced mentor.

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Available Informatics Resources

Part two of a three part series discussing the development and application of tools, trainings, and resources available in informatics. This article describes NEHA's current role in informatics and various resources utilizing environmental health data.

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CDC Environmental Public Health Tracking Network

Collection of environments and hazards, health effects, and population health data from national, state, and city sources. Tools to understand the data, including interactive maps, tables, and charts, are also included. 

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CDC Public Health Image Library

Online database of images from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention.

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CDC Train

National learning network that provides quality training opportunities for public health professionals. Comprised of courses from state and local TRAIN affiliates, government agencies, academic institutions, and other nationally-recognized organizations.

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CDC WISQARS

Online interactive database of fatal and nonfatal injury, violent death, and cost of injury data from a variety of sources.

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Code for America Summit

Three day conference focused on strengthening the digital capability of the government, creating new policies with insight from the tech industry, improving the government technology market, and creating community capacity.

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