Public health GIS news and information, no. 36 (September 2000)
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Public health GIS news and information, no. 36 (September 2000)

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      I. Public health GIS (and related) events: special CDC/ATSDR GIS lectures – II. GIS news. A. General news and training opportunities -- GIS news. B. Department of Health and Human Services -- GIS news. D. Historical Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) and minority programs -- GIS news. D. Other related agency or business GIS news -- III. GIS outreach – IV. Special reports: Age adjustment of National Center for Health Statistics data using the 2000 projected U.S. population with emphasis on survey data systems [by Charlotte Schoenborn, Division of Health Interview Statistics, Richard Klein and Virginia Freid, Office of Analysis, Epidemiology, and Health Promotion, NCHS] (NOTE: This paper was prepared for NCHS internal use. However, the paper is being made available to outside data users who may wish to construct comparable age-adjusted rates using the same standard population. The paper will be adapted and published in the Healthy People Statistical Note series later this year.) -- V. GIS and related presentations and literature -- VI. Related Census, DHHS and other federal developments -- Final thought(s): NSDI and geospatial age: empowering citizens, communities and the democratic process.
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