American College of Epidemiology
A professional organization providing continued education and advocacy for epidemiologists.
CDC WONDER (CDC)
CDC WONDER offers public health data sets to search, including mortality, SEER, and vital statistics data. It also allows communication with the CDC staff.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
CDC offers full text articles from the MMWR, Emerging Infectious Diseases, public information on diseases, prevention guidelines, traveling, publications, health statistics, funding opportunities, employment, and information sources.
The Collaboration tracks systematic reviews of clinical trials in order to provide evidence for the best medical practice. This site explains the review process and links to the Collaboration sites.
EpiQuery is a web-based, user-friendly system designed to guide users through basic analyses on several datasets. EpiQuery provides users to access data from the NYC Community Health Survey (CHS), the NYC Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS), and NYC Vital Statistics data.
The International Epidemiological Association
The web site offers publications and worldwide events for epidemiologists.
John Snow – A Historical Giant in Epidemiology
This site is devoted to the life and times of Dr. John Snow (1813-1858), a legendary figure in the history of epidemiology, public health and anesthesiology.
Minority Health Project, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Public Health
This site provides information on such events as the Annual Minority Health Conference and reports on minority health issues nationwide.
SAS maintains a public server to provide corporate information, software explanations, and user help.
WWW Virtual Library: Epidemiology Page
The WWW VL Epidemiology site is part of the Virtual Library created by the World Wide Web Consortium at MIT and is a non-commercial listing of Web resources in epidemiology. The page is widely indexed and provides a comprehensive up-to-date resource listing. It is maintained as a public service by the Dept. of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, University of California San Francisco.
This site contains epidemiology learning materials, including a free online "evolving" textbook.
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