Promoting and protecting public health is a collaborative effort that relies heavily on continual analysis of population-based data.
Every month more than 1,000 people visit NYC’s public health dissemination website, Epiquery, to access survey, vital records, and surveillance data. However, like many public health data platforms, the website was fragmented, difficult to navigate and understand, and left decision-makers without easy access to the data they need to improve health.
Join this live webinar to hear how they created an interactive data website that empowers citizens and decision makers alike with the data needed to improve and protect public health.
Learn how to:
- Apply methods such as persona development, guided analytics, and best practices in data visualization to tailor complex data to different audiences
- Streamline the user experience when navigating multiple, disparate data sources
- Transform traditional static reports and outdated data query systems into an accessible format
- Engage citizens with interactive, transparent data
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