Wednesday, March 30, 2017 • 9am – 4pm • North Central Health District • Griffin, GA
This course is designed for public health professionals who are seeking an overview of public health informatics. Participants do not need to have specific skills in informatics, but a desire to develop knowledge in this area. Since public health informatics is an emerging field, few public health practitioners have been formally trained in informatics. Therefore, topics will cover an introduction and history of public health informatics, public health surveillance, national standards, interoperability, privacy, and emerging trends in public health informatics. The main goal of the training is for participants to gain a better understanding of using information to improve public health practice.
At the end of the training, participants will be able to:
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