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This week is the first session of the Public Health Webinar Series. On the second Wednesday of every other month there will be a webinar from 2:00-2:45 PM ET and participants who qualify can receive .75 CHES CE credits. The first of these sessions is this Wednesday, July 8th, Introduction to Needs Assessment: Finding… Read More »
For over 25 years, the American Public Health Association has organized National Public Health Week, a campaign to educate about relevant public health topics. Each day of the week has a theme to raise awareness of a specific public health issue. The National Library of Medicine and other government agencies have several resources to… Read More »
(Updated March 19, 2020) As the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) outbreak continues, we want to remind PHDL users of the tools available that could help guide your department. The National Library of Medicine has created a Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) section resource guide with links to GenBank sequencing, clinical studies, public health emergency information,… Read More »
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Some of you may have heard that a new version of PubMed will be online in early 2020. New features include: Responsive website on mobile devices and desktops Improved performance with storage on the cloud Simpler and cleaner user interface Updated tools such a ‘Cite’ with additional features Sidebar navigation Citation sensors Links to the… Read More »
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Recently, some PHDL program members commented, both in conversation and evaluations, that they regularly need to convert ICD-9 to ICD-10 procedure code sets and vice versa. Already included in your subscription, via the homepage of the STAT!Ref platform is access to the conversion tool for diagnosis codes. The mappings are based on the General Equivalence… Read More »