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Podcast: Mark Conde on data quality, informatics degrees and how technology shapes public health practice

Mark Conde of Emory's Rollins School of Public Health shares his thoughts on new tech, higher education and what makes informatics so crucial.

Podcast: the storied career of Dr. Alan Hinman

This month, the podcast brings listeners stories from Dr. Alan Hinman, who is retiring from more than 50 years in public health service and teaching.

Podcast: How to explain informatics to your friends and family

Marissa Fond of the FrameWorks Institute describes some evidence-based informatics communications strategies.

Podcast: Whatcom County’s journey toward becoming an informatics-savvy health department

Nicole Willis of Whatcom County Health Department joins the podcast to share her agency's path to becoming an informatics-savvy health department.

Podcast: Minnesota’s e-health initiative and informatics in action at the local level

In this episode of the podcast, Cathy Gagné walks listeners through Minnesota's e-health roadmap.

Podcast: Vivian Singletary on informatics and "One Public Health"

In this podcast episode, Vivian Singletary talks about some of her favorite past informatics projects and the future of the field.

Podcast: Chicago's demonstration project for STI electronic case reporting

In this episode, Chicago's Cristal Simmons and Marion Tseng talk about how electronic case reporting has helped improve STI surveillance.

Podcast: Health information systems and their role in advancing health equity

Megan Douglas from the Morehouse School of Medicine discusses her research at the intersection of health policy and health technology.

Podcast: Call-in show with Dave Ross

Dave Ross returns to the podcast to answer listeners’ questions about public health and informatics.

Podcast: Working toward health equity using information systems

Sudha Setty joins the podcast to chat about health equity and using immunization data to support vulnerable populations.