A set of person-centered measures that evaluates and monitors physical, mental, and social health in adults and children. It can be used with the general population and with individuals living with chronic conditions.
This guide is designed to assist users in selecting the most appropriate method of measuring adiposity in children when conducting population-level research and/or evaluation on obesity.
Activities Completed over Time in 24-hours (ACT24) is a web-based previous-day recall instrument that was designed to estimate daily summary values for physical activity and sedentary behavior, including energy expenditure, time spent sitting and in different types and intensities of physical activity.
These maps use combined data from 2017 through 2020 from the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System. Survey respondents were classified as physically inactive if they reported no physical activity outside their regular job in the last month.
A webinar series focused on such topics as global implementation science, sustainability of health interventions, building capacity, and communicating implementation science.
Details the state of health care quality and disparities in the United States. The report identifies improvements in HIV and colon cancer care, nursing home care, and medication prescribing to older adults. It notes that the numbers of people covered by health insurance and those who have a usual source of health care have increased significantly. The report also indicates that there is more to do to address disparities in care, substance abuse, and mental health issues.
Social determinants of health (SDOH)-focused data to use in patient centered outcomes research, inform approaches to address emerging health issues, and ultimately contribute to improved health outcomes. The database provides readily linkable SDOH variables across five key domain without having to access multiple source files: social context (e.g., age, race/ethnicity, veteran status), economic context (e.g., income, unemployment rate), education, physical infrastructure (e.g, housing, crime, transportation), and healthcare context (e.g., health insurance). The files can be linked to other data by geography (county, ZIP Code, and census tract).
Detailed information on a wide variety of alcohol-related policies in the United States at both State and Federal levels.
A guide to support health care providers in quickly identifying youth at risk for alcohol-related problems.
Provides interactive views of the publicly available All of Us Research Program participant data. Currently, participant-provided information, including data from surveys, wearables, physical measurements taken at the time of participant enrollment, and electronic health records (EHR) are available. EHR data are reported by health care providers and are not participant reported. In order to protect participant privacy, the data are de-identified, limited to aggregate counts rounded up to counts of 20, and summary demographic information.
A cloud-based platform where registered researchers can access Registered and Controlled Tier data, perform queries and analysis, organize and collaborate on research projects, build datasets, and create and annotate groups of participant data.
Provides easy access to national and state level CDC data on a range of key indicators of health and well-being for older adults, including caregiving, subjective cognitive decline, screenings and vaccinations, and mental health. These indicators provide a snapshot of currently available surveillance information and can be useful for prioritization and evaluation of public health interventions.
List of tools to help researchers analyze data developed by the National Cancer Institute (NCI) Division of Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics (DCEG).
Surveillance data on HIV infection, viral hepatitis, sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), and tuberculosis (TB), which are available to everyone through an interactive mapping tool.
Enables multiple, automatically coded, self-administered 24-hour recalls. The ASA24 system is freely available for use by researchers, clinicians, and teachers.
The nation’s premier system of health-related telephone surveys that collect state data about U.S. residents regarding their health-related risk behaviors, chronic health conditions, and use of preventive services.
An e-learning course to explore sex- and gender-related differences in key disease areas like immunology, cardiovascular disease, and pulmonary disease. Course materials showcase examples from basic science through clinical trials and translation into practice so users can apply this knowledge when conducting research and interpreting evidence for clinical practice.
A glossary that captures the distinctions between biomarkers and clinical assessments and describes their distinct roles in biomedical research, clinical practice, and medical product development.
Clinical guidelines from the Health Resources & Services Administration for infants, children, and adolescents that are age-specific, are based on the best available scientific evidence, and help increase the quality of primary and preventive care.
A national network of academic, public health, and community partners working together to reduce the burden of cancer, especially among those disproportionately affected.