This book is a comprehensive text about all aspects of public health informatics and information technology. This books emphasizes the essential role that public health informatics plays in implementing a population-based health approach and to addressing chronic health conditions. This book is intended for public health specialists, nurses, medical informaticians, information technology professionals, and family physicians.Although a representative sample of the population is examined every year, it is necessary to use several yearsa#39; worth of data to ... This work includes leasing office space for the field staff, finding hotel rooms, conducting publicity/outreach, ... Two to three months before household interviews start, an advance letter is sent to each potential participant, ... When the interviewer arrives at the home, he or she shows an official identification and briefly explains the purpose of the survey.
|Title||:||Public Health Informatics and Information Systems|
|Author||:||Patrick W. O'Carroll|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2003|