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The power of metaphors: how to communicate about public health informatics

A new video provides an overview of how metaphors can help the public health workforce better understand informatics.

The Informatics Academy welcomes new Training and Development Manager

As PHII’s Informatics Academy expands to reach a growing audience, PHII is pleased to welcome Brian Womack on board as Training and Development Manager.

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.

PHII welcomes new Project Manager to Practice Support

As PHII continues to grow, the Practice Support unit is pleased to welcome Sara Sanford, MA, on board as Project Manager.

PHII welcomes Business Analyst Greco Johnson

PHII is pleased to welcome Greco Johnson, who will provide business analysis support to the Institute's expanding international projects.

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.

PHII welcomes new Project Manager to Practice Support

With many exciting projects in the works, PHII’s Practice Support unit is thrilled to welcome a new project manager, Michael DeMayo, MPH, to its team.

The Road to an Informatics Savvy Health Department: A State and Local Experience

SHINE fellows Nicole Willis and Kim Peifer guest blog this week all about their efforts to build an informatics-savvy health department.

Podcast: How to explain informatics to your friends and family

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

Informatics working to meet specific needs and ensure consistency: my work on the PICK-CHAMPS application

The PICK-CHAMPS application gives the CHAMPS team the data and cultural context to work respectfully across surveillance sites.