Announcement: Environmental Public Health Tracking 101
A new CDC online course, Environmental Public Health Tracking 101, provides an overview of the major components of environmental public health tracking. The course is divided into 12 modules within three sections. Topics include how to use the National Environmental Public Health Tracking Network (http://www.cdc.gov/ephtracking), surveillance and epidemiology, types of tracking data, and geographic information systems.
The online course is available at http://www.nehacert.org. The course can be accessed by entering "Tracking 101" in the search box. Continuing education credit is available at no charge for nurses, health educators, and other health professionals.
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