Chronic Disease Data
The mission of chronic disease epidemiology is to systematically collect, analyze, interpret, and disseminate data on chronic diseases among Georgians. Chronic disease epidemiology provides scientific service and expertise in support of Department of Public Health’s efforts to promote health and prevent chronic diseases.
- Maintain a high standard of data collection and data quality.
- Prepare epidemiologic summaries and reports on chronic diseases, risk factors, and indicators of health disparities.
- Provide analytical support to stakeholders to identify population at risk for chronic diseases.
- Assist in planning, monitoring, and evaluating chronic disease and injury prevention programs.
- Contribute to the body of scientific evidence related to the control and prevention of chronic diseases.
Major areas in chronic disease epidemiology are:
Page reviewed 04/17/2020
- Coronavirus (COVID-19)
- Alzheimer's Disease
Chronic Disease Prevention Section
- Chronic Disease Data
- For Healthcare Providers
- Chronic Disease University
- For Health Departments
- Community Health Workers
- Worksite Health
- Cancer Prevention and Control
- Cardio Metabolic Syndrome
- Heart Disease
- Nutrition and Physical Activity
- School Health
- Sexual Violence Prevention
- Adolescent Health and Youth Development
- HIV Program Data Request
- Special Projects
- The HIV/AIDS Team
- HIV Prevention
- HIV Care
Injury Prevention Program
- CDC Core
- Cardiff Model
- Child Occupant Safety Project
- Crash Outcome Data Evaluation System (CODES)
- Georgia Injury Prevention Advisory Council (GIPAC)
- Georgia Project Catalyst III
- Older Drivers Safety Program
- Safe Infant Sleep
- Opioid and Substance Misuse Response
- Refugee Health Program
- Tuberculosis (TB) Prevention and Control