Disability and Health Data System, 3/16/2012 & 3/21/2012

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently introduced Disability and Health Data System (DHDS), an online interactive system that helps quickly translate state-level, disability-specific data into information that can be used by state health departments, national disability and health organizations, policymakers, researchers, educators, and others. In conjunction with Association of University Centers on Disability (AUCD), CDC recently presented two educational webinars on DHDS:

Introduction to Disability and Health Data System (3/16/2012)
View the recording of this webinar to discover the variety of ways you can use Disability and Health Data System in your state. From identifying population needs and guiding research, to informing decisions and generating ideas, Disability Health and Data System will provide you with a more significant understanding of the public health picture in your area and across the United States.
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Navigating Disability and Health Data System (3/21/2012)
View the recording of this webinar to learn the ins and outs of Disability and Health Data System with a tutorial. You will learn how to find and view data, use the interactive maps, bar charts, trend lines and tables, and customize the layout for your best experience. After this viewing this webinar, you’ll know how to quickly find what you need – and find what you didn’t know you needed.
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