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PolicyMap enables one to create maps based on over 75,000 data indicators from over 150 public and proprietary sources. Training webinars are regularly offered by PolicyMap and at the bottom of this post is the schedule for next month. We recommend participating in these sessions in the sequence listed. Start with; ‘Learning the basics of… Read More »
We have a new set of PHDL courses on the Training Calendar! See dates below. This two-class course is a new version of the previous Getting Started class. The two classes allow for better pacing and covering more learning of resources and information retrieval skills. Getting Started with the PHDL Version 2 The first course,… Read More »
The May 2022 issue of the American Journal of Public Health (AJPH) includes a featured section on violence against public health officials during the COVID-19 pandemic. The section includes editorials on the harassment of health officials, the politicization of public health and a research article by Ward, Stone, Mui and Resnick on “Pandemic-Related Workplace… Read More »
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