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INST 6031 Applications of TechnologyP Poole
   The totality of all evidence-based public and    private efforts that preserve and promote    health and prevent disea...
   Environmental, social and economic determinants    of health   Interventions to address health issues, including    h...
   Protecting health in the face of disasters   Preventing disease from addictions such as human    immunodeficiency (HI...
   Databases for Public Health Departments     Vital statistics such as births and deaths     Public health surveillanc...
   Transforms Data into Information    and Knowledge
   Epidemiology      Maternal and                        Child Health   Surveys                      Environmental Hea...
   Teleconferencing   Web Bulletin Boards   Videoconferencing   Media Streaming   Satellite Television
   Association of Schools of Public Health – ASPH, retrieved from    http://www.asph.org/files/ASPH_Brochure_LQ.pdf   eN...
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  1. 1. INST 6031 Applications of TechnologyP Poole
  2. 2.  The totality of all evidence-based public and private efforts that preserve and promote health and prevent disease, disability and death
  3. 3.  Environmental, social and economic determinants of health Interventions to address health issues, including healthcare delivery systems, plus the role of public policies Big picture issues affect our own health and the health of our community
  4. 4.  Protecting health in the face of disasters Preventing disease from addictions such as human immunodeficiency (HIV) Developing systems to ensure the safety of the food we eat and the water we drink
  5. 5.  Databases for Public Health Departments  Vital statistics such as births and deaths  Public health surveillance  Investigations and research  Interventions
  6. 6.  Transforms Data into Information and Knowledge
  7. 7.  Epidemiology  Maternal and Child Health Surveys  Environmental Health Laboratories
  8. 8.  Teleconferencing Web Bulletin Boards Videoconferencing Media Streaming Satellite Television
  9. 9.  Association of Schools of Public Health – ASPH, retrieved from http://www.asph.org/files/ASPH_Brochure_LQ.pdf eNotes (2002). Information Technology. Retrieved from http://www.enotes.com/information-technology-reference/information- technology-173246 Healthy People.gov (2012). Retrieved from http://www.healthypeople.gov/2020/topicsobjectives2020/overview.aspx?topicid=18 Naylor, C.J., Madden, D.L., Oong, D.J. (2007). Use of communication technology among health professional in New South Wales Australia. Retrieved from http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17537344 U.S. Department of Health and Human Services), HHS.gov. Disclosures for Public Health Activities. 45 CFR 164.512(b) (2003) Retrieved from http://www.hhs.gov/ocr/privacy/hipaa/understanding/coveredentities/publichealth.h tml
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