The idea for the Public Health Interoperability Training Resource Catalog was born from a small group of volunteers who are committed to elevating the knowledge and skills of anyone and everyone committed to improving Public Health Interoperability. This strong network of volunteers recognized the need for a single-source library of existing training resources. They collected and reviewed hundreds of resources and curated the best for today’s Catalog.
In honor of the volunteer founders’ commitment to Public Health Interoperability, the Catalog is offered free to all and the resources included are, to the best of our knowledge, free to use.
A special thanks to the volunteer founders of the Public Health Interoperability Training Resource Catalog:
- Samantha Chao (Public Health Informatics Institute)
- Dan Chaput (Chaput Consulting, LLC)
- Seth Foldy (Public Health Institute at Denver Health)
- Russell S. Kirby (University of South Florida)
- Prachi Mehta (NCHS/CDC)
- Desiree Mustaquim (Georgia State University)
- Craig Newman (Altarum)
- Rachel Shepherd (APHL)
- Zeeshawn Chughtai (ASTHO)
- Susan Downer (J Michael Consulting)
Note: The contributors listed here are not responsible for course content, and the courses included in this collection do not necessarily reflect the perspectives of catalog contributors or any organization with which they are affiliated.
The volunteer founders offer gratitude to the many organizations and their sponsors who contributed content to the Catalog. Collectively, their work is elevating our industry by building a strong foundation and encouraging advanced learning.