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Introducing cm1 library resources

2014

introducingCM1: Library Resources


Introducing cm1 library resources

Objectives

Guiding you through the big picture, data, and resources


Big picture

1

Big Picture

Identify some of the reasons for conducting a Community Health Needs Assessment by reviewing an example of a completed Community Health Needs Assessments in Georgia.


The community responsive practice

The Community Responsive Practice

COPE

Organization of care. Popular folk, self-help

Belief Systems

Explanatory Models

Organization of care “Professional”

  • Mettee, T.M. 1987. Community Diagnosis: A Tool for COPC. Community Oriented Primary Care: From Principle to Practice. P.A. Nutting (Ed). U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, Health Resources and Services Administration Publication Number HRS-APE 86-1, Washington, D.C. pp.52-58. (7 pages)


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Childhood Obesity


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Community

Data


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Community

DATA

Data

NATIONAL

RESOURCES

COUNTY

STATE


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Too much information?

Divide and conquer your needs assessment.

Evaluate Resources

We will help you navigate statistics on sites to find the accurate information.


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The Affordable Care Act (ACA), enacted March 23, 2010, added new requirements that hospital organizations must satisfy in order to be described in section 501(c)(3), as well as new reporting and excise taxes.


Evaluating resources

2

EvaluatingResources

Demonstrate the ability to evaluate resources, particularly online resources, for accuracy, authority, objectivity, currency, and coverage


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Evaluation of Resources:

Accuracy

Authority

Objectivity

Currency

Coverage

Resources


Accuracy

Accuracy

  • Where did the data come from?

    • “Methods” or “Sources” section

  • Is it consistent with other resources (if any)?

  • Are terms and measures defined?

    • Compare apples to apples


Accuracy example

Accuracy: example


Authority

Authority

  • Sources—whose information?

    • Primary data source or aggregator of others’ data?

  • Editor lists, editorial statements

    • Methodology disclosure helps boost confidence here too

  • For research articles, case studies etc.:

    • Peer review

    • Author affiliation statements


Authority example

Authority: example


Objectivity

Objectivity

  • Everybody has an angle—what is it?

  • Can you distinguish between regular and sponsored content?


Currency

Currency

  • How recent is your data?

  • May be impossible to get very recent data (less than 2-3 years)

    • Collection, compilation, etc. can take a long time

  • Some resources present data from a mix of dates—check details, FAQ’s

  • If historical data is available, look for trends


Currency example

Currency: example


Coverage

Coverage

  • Geographical coverage:

    • Extent (does it cover the area in question)

    • Granularity (in small enough chunks: state, county, etc.)

  • Subject coverage:

    • Extent (covers the topic in question)

    • Granularity (divisions between groups: percentages, quartiles, arbitrary groups)


Coverage example

Coverage: example


Your idea

YOUR IDEA.

It’s not just about data, but quality data strengthening


Group work

3

GROUP WORK

Participants in groups will share with the class key databases used to locate articles, disease information, and county, state and national statistics.


Groups

Groups

  • Think, Pair, Share….

    • Review your site by yourself

      • 5 minutes

    • Review your site with someone next to you

      • 5 minutes

    • Groups present

      • 5 minutes

  • Review website for:

  • Accuracy

  • Authority

  • Objectivity

  • Currency

  • Coverage

Group 1:

City-data

http://www.city-data.com/

Group 2:

AHRQ ePSS

http://epss.ahrq.gov/PDA/index.jsp


Stats websites

4

Stats Websites

Identify and demonstrate effective use of county, state and national data sources (i.e., vital statistics, epidemiological and demographical) that a physician needs to describe and assess (diagnose) the health status of a community.


Stats resources

Stats Resources

  • American Community Survey

  • America’s Health Rankings

  • AAMC (Association of American Medical Colleges)

  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

  • County Health Rankings

  • Georgia Bureau of Investigation

  • Georgia Department of Public Health

  • Georgia Department of Labor

    • Georgia Labor Market Explorer

  • Georgia Statistics System

  • Kaiser Family Foundation

  • Kids Count Data Center

  • National Center for Educational Statistics

  • OASIS (Online Analytical Statistical System)

  • Together We Can Do Better

  • U.S. Census

    • U.S. Census:  American Fact Finder

    • U.S. Census:  Quick Facts


County health rankings

County Health Rankings


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Group work1

5

GROUP WORK

Participants in groups will share with the class key databases used to locate articles, disease information, and county, state and national statistics.


Groups1

Groups

  • Think, Pair, Share….

    • Review at least one field in your CHNA workbook and find the number(s) needed

      • 5 minutes

    • Review your result(s) with someone next to you

      • 5 minutes

    • Groups present

      • 5 minutes

Mortality rate for your Needs Assessment Project


Researching at the library

6

RESEARCHINGAt the Library

Identify key databases, which include PubMed and other library resources, to find articles, and disease information.


Searching pubmed at mercer

Searching PubMed at Mercer


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Boolean Terms

=

asthma AND influenza

asthma

influenza

SYPHILIS

OR

PREGNANCY

asthma OR influenza

influenza

asthma


Questions

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Questions

Class review is next!


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Library Resources!

Community Medicine 1


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