Thursday, September 24 at 11:00am to 12:00pm
Health data is important to advance our knowledge of Covid-19, but also to recognize the effects of a pandemic on businesses, the economy and other services. Scholars, the business sector, and the government utilize health data to determine the health of the U.S. population, health coverage, and health costs that are indicators at the intersection between health and the social sciences. Hence, this workshop will review free sources, along with library resources for U.S. health data and statistics that will be helpful for students, staff and faculty who are new to health research.
Theme(s): Finding Data
Learning Objective: Participants will learn how to access library resources and publicly available resources for health and data and statistics in the United States.
Instructor: Eimmy Solis, Social Sciences Data Librarian
This workshop will be conducted via Zoom. After registration, you will receive the link and password via email one week before the workshop. This session will be recorded.