You are here

App of the Week: Epi-Info Software Tool

August 16, 2014

Epi-Info Software Tool

For the first time, Ebola hemorrhagic fever outbreak disease detectives are using a new software tool to help find people exposed to the deadly virus faster.

The new tool developed at CDC, an Epi Info viral hemorrhagic fever (VHF) application, speeds up one of the most difficult parts of disease detection: finding everyone that was exposed to, and possibly infected by, someone with a contagious disease.

Download the essential free software tool for public health practice here.

Explanation about the Epi-Info software tool:

http://www.cdc.gov/epiinfo/

Download here.

 

You might like...

August 13, 2015

Moves automatically records any walking, cycling or running you do every day. Just carry your phone in your pocket or bag!

With Moves, you can easily view the distance, duration, steps and calories burned for all of your daily physical activity. The app is always on, so there’s no need to start and stop it.

Features of Moves include:

July 31, 2015

Sworkit is the ultimate personal trainer! This free top workout app is perfect for people with busy lifestyles who want to get in their daily exercise.

Sworkit routines guide you through video exercises demonstrated by professional personal trainers. Your digital trainer creates the program to fit your schedule instead of needing to adapt your schedule to workout.

July 22, 2015

The CDC HEADS UP Concussion and Helmet Safety app will help you learn how to spot a possible concussion and what to do if you think your child or teen has a concussion or other serious brain injury.

The application also includes a 3D helmet fit feature that teaches about proper helmet fit, safety and care.

Your child's helmet should fit properly and be: