At GovLoop’s online training Wednesday, Digital Metrics Lead for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) shared how the agency responded online to communicate COVID-19 information to the public.
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Worried about romaine? Blockchain can help government tackle the food safety challenge with greater end-to-end transparency and accountability.
Developmental disabilities are not always easy to identify early in a child’s life. In fact, the definitions for some disabilities have drastically changed over time. How can we track children with developmental disabilities in order to provide the right intervention and care? One doctor with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is helpingRead… Read more »
Data analytics is a hot topic in government and one that continues to gain traction. Agencies are increasingly relying on analytics to help fight diseases, combat fraud, improve citizen services and more. To better understand how the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is using analytics, we heard from Ana Penman-Aguilar, Associate Director for ScienceRead… Read more »
Do you remember when you first heard terms like cloud computing and Internet of Things? They seemed so futuristic just a few years ago, right?
Through his work with the Center for Disease Control, Tedd Ellerbrock has brought antiretroviral treatment to vulnerable populations across the world.
Public health issues have the potential to have catastrophic impact on the United States. Fortunately, this govie is ready to supply medicine and treatment to manage outbreaks when they do occur.
Public Health professionals and entities are using social media as a tool to engage millions of people around the world concerning today’s most imperative health issues. Social networks such as Facebook, Google+ (G+) and Twitter have millions of people communicating about various topics. Health organizations are using such media tools to disseminate information. “One factRead… Read more »
The deep knowledge of networks of science and medical researchers is invaluable when pandemics and health emergencies occur. But how do you marshal diffuse networks of expertise in a crisis? Almost 40 years ago, the Forest Service developed a command-and-control approach to battling forest fires that was successful in coordinating efforts across multiple jurisdictions andRead… Read more »
Starving children have depended on warnings made by a federal interagency group that has worked together for more than 25 years to help international aid groups by predicting where famines in remote regions are occurring. The Famine Early Warning System is an interagency network among federal agencies and the United Nations that began in 1985,Read… Read more »