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  • Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention At A Glance
    Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention: Addressing the Nation's Leading Killers—At A Glance 2011
  • Online Ordering
    How to order Atlases and other publications.
  • eLearning
    Promoting Policy and Systems Change to Expand Employment of Community Health Workers (CHWs).
  • Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Reports (MMWR)
    MMWRs related to heart disease and stroke.
  • Journal Articles
    Articles written by the CDC's Division for Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention.
  • Atlases
    Atlas of Stroke Hospitalizations Among Medicare Beneficiaries, Men and Heart Disease, Women and Heart Disease, etc.
  • Guides
    Data Set Directory of Social Determinants, Evaluation Guides, Community Health Workers Sourcebook, Prevention Works, etc.
  • Podcasts/Webinars
    Coffee Breaks: Evaluation Mini-Trainings, etc.
  • Science-in-Briefs: Turning Science Into Action
    Concise and user-friendly publication summaries intended to enhance the understanding and application of current research findings.
  • Policy Resources
    Policy analyses, guidelines, and recommendations addressing primary stroke centers, sodium reduction, community health workers, etc.
  • Global Health Reports
    Reports from the WHO such as World Health Report, Surveillance of Risk Factors, etc.
  • Employer/Worksite Tools
    Successful Business Strategies to Prevent Heart Disease and Stroke Toolkit, and Worksite Health ScoreCard, etc.

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