PopHeart Resource Center
Are you looking for public health resources to promote heart-healthy and stroke-free communities?
The PopHeart Resource Center can help!
This online tool has a wide variety of resources to support and guide surveillance, prevention, clinical quality improvement, program, and policy activities at state and local levels.
- Easy-to-use search functions allow public health professionals and others to find the resources that best fit their needs.
- Metadata is provided for each resource.
- Save your resources to the InfoBox so you can get to them easily.
Data sets from a wide range of studies and surveillance systems.
Websites with data that have been summarized for easy use in reports, presentations, etc.
Nationally recognized definitions for measuring heart disease, stroke, other cardiovascular disease conditions, and their risk factors.
A collection of code (in SAS, R, etc.) that has been written and used in published reports.
Examples of maps and other data visualizations that have been created to display heart disease and stroke data.
A collection of resources for informing quality improvement efforts within clinical settings.
Series of resources outlining evidence-based approaches to heart disease and stroke prevention and management.
Reports that provide consistent, evidence-based guidance to public health and health care professionals to inform decision making.