As an emerging discipline, the word “informatics” is unfamiliar to most people. The lack of an established, shared definition contributes to challenges for those seeking to strengthen the science of informatics within the domain of public health. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) engaged PHII to assist them in developing communication strategies that clearly define the term public health informatics, with an end goal of developing workforce capability and driving demand for informatics training programs. This analysis is intended to assist with and inform co

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