Public health GIS news and information, no. 72 (September 2006)
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Public health GIS news and information, no. 72 (September 2006)

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    I. Public health GIS (and related) events: special NCHS/CDC GIS lectures – II. GIS news. A. General news and training opportunities -- GIS news. B. Department of Health and Human Services -- GIS news. C. Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACUs), and other minority health news -- GIS news. D. Other related public health GIS news -- III. GIS outreach – IV. Public health GIS presentations and literature [NCHS/CDC Cartography and GIS Guest Lecture: “New geographic tools: an urban-rural county classification and mapping options for the Compressed Mortality File” by Debra D. Ingram and Sheila Franco, Statisticians, Office of Analysis and Epidemiology, NCHS] -- V. Related census, HHS, FGDC and other federal/state developments -- Final thoughts [Looking ahead: CDC’s eleventh Biennial Symposium on Statistical Methods, April 16-18, 2007 "Analyzing and Mapping Health Inequities to Impact Policies for Eliminating Disparities"] -- Appendix: Mapping healthinequalities: Stroke deaths by race, Cuyahoga County, Ohio, 1997 to 2001 (by Terry Lenahan) [Fifteenth in Collaborative Series: See May, July, September, November 2004, January, March, May, July, September, November 2005; and January, March, May and July 2006 editions].
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