The Center regularly collaborates on presentations with partners and makes them publicly available. To download a presentation, click on the file.
Public health grand rounds provide a regular forum for discussion and communication on significant topics in public health research, policy and practice, and also serves as a platform for collaborations and networking. These seminars are collaboratively organized by the Department of Population Health Sciences, Center for Public Health Practice and Research, and Student Organizations: Public Health Association and American Mock World Health Organization.
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Steve Sedlock with the Virginia Network for Geospatial Health Research (VANGHR) displayed and provided a tutorial on using the Virginia Health Chart Book, which is an online resource for geospatial analysis of health and healthcare data in Virginia. This resource is publicly available and can be accessed at http://www.vahealthchartbook.org/. For more information about the Virginia Health Chart Book, the tutorial, and contact information, open the Virginia Health Chart Book presentation.
Beth O’Connor from the Virginia Rural Health Association (VRHA) described and discussed the Virginia Data Portal, an online resource for health data. This resource is publicly available and can be accessed at: http://vrhrc.org/data-portal. For information about using the online resource and data that are available, open the VRHA and Rural Health Data presentation.