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Strong Heart Study Virtual Public Health Training Sessions

 Join the Virtual Public Health Trainings by clicking on the Zoom link below:

https://zoom.us/j/94183630747?pwd=dmFUbXJLY09LWjl5OWZYYTk1UVlrQT09

 

Meeting ID: 941 8363 0747

Passcode: 67426340

 

Or, if you would like to join by phone, please use the following phone number: 1 346 248 7799

 

Or, use this special code with the camera on your phone to join the training:

 

Strong Heart Study is conducting 6 virtual Saturday Public Health Trainings sessions.
➢ Each session will discuss different Public Health topic.
➢ The sessions will be held on Saturday mornings at 8:30 PT / 9:30 MT / 10:30 CT
➢ You can join from your home via Zoom or by phone.
➢ Check out the Strong Heart Study website at https://strongheartstudy.org/ for more information.

March 27,2021 - Introduction to Epidemiology - Tauqeer Ali
April 10,2021 - Grant Writing - Kristen Eberly
April 24,2021 - Qualitive Research and Data Collection Methods - Lonnie Nelson
May 8,2021 - Accessing & Using Publicly Available Health Data - Dorothy Rhoades
May 22,2021 - Survey Methodology Basics - Laura Beebe
June 5 - Data Analysis & Reporting - Ying Zhang

The Public Health Training Sessions are Hosted by the Oklahoma, Arizona, and Dakota Strong Heart Study Field Centers.

  • Participants who RSVP and watch via Zoom or listen by phone will added to the prize drawing that will be given away for each Public Health Training Session.
  • RSVP and participation in 4 or more of the Public Health Training Session is required to be eligible to be entered in a drawing for a prize valued at $500

Follow the Strong Heart Study on @SHSOKLAHOMACENTER  for updates & to learn more about the speakers & prizes.
Call the SHS Oklahoma Center 405-271-3090 ext. 6 or 405-402-0646 or 580-647-9980

Accessing Public Health Data:Oklahoma

The Oklahoma State Department of Health hosts OK2SHARE, which is a web-based data query system that allows users to access public health datasets for the state of Oklahoma. These data sources include Vital Statistics, Hospital and Ambulatory Surgery Center Discharge Data, Youth and Adult Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System Data, Birth Defect Registry, Cancer Registry, HIV/STD/Hepatitis Registry, and Injury Registry Data. The data are made available to support the information needs of health officials, educators, and students to improve health service delivery, evaluation of health care systems, and monitoring the health of the people of Oklahoma.

  • For a tutorial on the how to use the website and access data, click here
  • For a PDF version of the tutorial, click here

Introduction to Biostatistics, Epidemiology, and Clinical Research Design

This 8-part series provides an introduction to principles of biostatistics, epidemiology, and clinical research design. Topics will include statistical and epidemiologic measures of disease burden, distribution, and association; research design; and methods of statistical inference and hypothesis testing. Each module includes a brief summary sheet, videos, and transcript notes. To view the videos, download and save the files to your computer and then open the files to view. Several plugins are required to view the content of the video presentations:

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Introduction to Qualitative Research Methods

This 3-part series provides an overview of the principles of qualitative research methods, including types of qualitative inquiry and methods to ensure rigor. Contrasts and comparisons are made to quantitative research methods. Each module includes a brief summary sheet, videos, and transcript notes. To view the videos, download and save the files to your computer and then open the files to view. Several plugins are required to view the content of the video presentations: