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Applied Epidemiology Trends, Needs, and Recommendations, 2014 0 J. Arrazola CSTE recently posted a new report Applied Epidemiology Trends, Needs, and Recommendations, 2014 describing the results of an assessment to describe the scientific writing capacity by epidemiologists.  As CSTE prioritizes our next steps, we want to know what you think. How will you use this data? What have you done at your health department to improve scientific writing capacity? What models or lessons learned do you have that you would like to share? What do you envision for next steps? (e.g. toolkit, training, etc.) The full report and executive summary are available for reading.  Additionally, CSTE hosted a webinar to talk about the findings which is accessible in the CSTE Webinar Library.  We look forward to learning more about what our members want for next steps.  If you have additional questions or concerns, please contact Jessica Pittman at jpittman@cste.org
by J. Arrazola
Tuesday, June 2, 2015
Surveillance with e-devices 0 Linda Neff We are interested in obtaining references and corresponding with individuals who are involved in assessing the use of electronic devices to collect data among youth in schools, i.e., tablets, smart phones, etc.  We are particularly interested in direct comparisons of paper and pencil methods versus electronic methods, particularly for socially sensitive topics. Thanks in advance for your time and help.Linda Neff Senior Epidemiologist Surveillance Lead Epidemiology Branch Office on Smoking and Health National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion 4770 Buford Highway NE, MS F-79 Atlanta Ga 30341 Phone: 770-488-6287 Fax: 770-488-5848 Cell: 404-275-3652 Email: len2@cdc.gov  
by Linda Neff
Wednesday, March 26, 2014
How to Post in the Forum 0 J. Arrazola How to Post in the CSTE Forum1.) Log into the CSTE website with your member information.2.) Join the CSTE group that managers the forum.  For example, if you wish to post in the Epidemiology Methods Subcommittee Forum, be sure you have joined the Epidemiology Methods Subcommittee group.3.) Within the forum, click on the thread you wish to share your post.4.) Compose your post.  You can share video, flash, pictures, documents, and tables.5.) Click submit at the bottom of the page and you post will be shared on the forum.
by J. Arrazola
Monday, October 28, 2013
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