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New Training Sessions from The Office on Women’s Health – Quick Health Data Online!

By Staff on September 19, 2013 in Events


Quick Health Data Online is a online system containing data on demographics, mortality, reproductive and maternal health, disease incidence, and access to care at the county level for all states and territories; additionally, data are included on prevention, violence, and mental health at the state level.  Often as to the extent possible, data is provided by race, ethnicity and gender, and where applicable/available, by age.  The system also incorporates graphing and mapping features so data of interest may be used directly as tables, graphs/chart and maps. Participating in this training will assist you with supporting data when applying for contracts and grants.

Two online trainings per month are currently scheduled. The basic training will provide an overview of the system and the focus on mapping/second training will provide an emphasis on mapping techniques.  The trainings are repeated on various days to allow anyone you wishes to participate an opportunity to do so. It is a one hour training.The dates and times available for the sessions are as follows:

 Quick Health Data Online 101 trainings:


  • Tuesday,   October 22, 2-3 pm EST-  Basic training
  • Thursday,   October 24, 1– 2 pm EST – Focus on mapping
  • Monday,   November 18, 3-4 pm EST – Basic training
  • Wed,   November 20, 1-2  pm EST – Focus on mapping
  • Tues,   December 17, 2-3 pm EST- Basic training
  • Thurs,   December 19, 2-3 pm EST – Focus on   mapping



You will need the following numbers to access the training session:


–          Toll Free Number: 1-877-925-6129 

–          Pass code:  410171 

Prior to the start of the session, please (1) be sitting in front of your computer, (2) open Internet Explorer on your computer, and (3) go to the following web address:

A number of participants tend to sign up for the sessions, so, in order to permit everyone to hear the discussion, it is requested that participants set their telephones on Mute.  The training staff will stay on the line to answer all questions arising from the session as well as addressing questions during the session.  You are welcome to attend any of these training sessions and to suggest additional topics to The Office of Women’s Health!



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