Learn how we can apply the lessons of data visualization and communication to the health sector.
$495 for entire course
$135 for each module*
Through this class, learners will be able to:
The ability to tell a story with data is more important that ever, and in the data-rich field of healthcare, it has only become more essential. From health care providers to public health and government officials, data literacy is a skill that can create new value for you and your organization.
Through five modules, accredited by the American Public Health Association, class participants will build out their own data story using data customized to locations of their choosing, and the course will also provide a toolkit of resources to help participants integrate learnings from this class into their professional work. The course consists of the following five modules:
Throughout the training, you’ll gain inspiration from health data stories created by highly regarded data visualization professionals, and we’ll learn how to apply data visualization to various types of health information, from disease prevalence and health economics to the social determinants of health and health care quality.
Learners who purchase the full course package will have the option to engage in LIVE office hours with the course instructor, which will be held once per quarter. Upon completion of the full course, participants will receive 8 continuing education credits.
This course and registration are being offered by the George Washington University Center for Continuing Education in the Health Professions(CEHP).
*Cost includes 10% DC sales tax.
|5 hours asynchronous recorded modules
4 hours of live office hours
|Data visualization in public health
& health care
|8 continuing education credits from American Public Health Association
|Data Visualization, Healthcare
Senior Policy Fellow
Robert J. Margolis Center for Health Policy at Duke University