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Making a Powerful Connection: the Health of the Public and the National Information Infrastructure. 9.5 Schools of Public Health
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Assessing the Status and Prospects of State and Local Health Department Information Technology Infrastructure
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Interdisciplinary Education and Training of Professionals Caring for Persons with Disabilities: Current Approaches and Implications for a Changing Health Care System
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Minutes of the October 30, 2000 NCVHS Joint Hearings of the Workgroup on National Health Information Infrastructure and the Workgroup on Health Statistics for the 21st Century
Integrate into the curriculum education about the central role of informatics in the future of public health, training in information technology skills, and the use of information services.
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