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Timestamp:
11/30/16 23:17:39 (6 years ago)
Author:
Garth Braithwaite
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ky epht - few more html_content tweaks.

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adopters/ky-epht/trunk/src/main/webapps/ehl-view-content/xml/html_content/about
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  • adopters/ky-epht/trunk/src/main/webapps/ehl-view-content/xml/html_content/about/ContentUsage.xml

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    3434                toward the top of the page.  For other questions, please visit the
    3535                <a ibis:href="about/Resources.html">Resources Page</a>.
    36                 <br/><br/>
    37                         <ul class="ExtraWhiteSpace">
    3836
    39 
    40 
     37                <ul class="ExtraWhiteSpace">
    4138                        <li>
    4239                                The EHL <a ibis:href="dataportal/DatasetIndex.html">Dataset Query System</a> allows
     
    5249                </ul>
    5350               
    54                                 <h2>Content Tabs (located at top of page)</h2>
     51                <h2>Content Tabs (located at top of page)</h2>
    5552                <ul>
    5653                        <li>
     
    111108        </CONTENT>
    112109</HTML_CONTENT>
    113 
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  • adopters/ky-epht/trunk/src/main/webapps/ehl-view-content/xml/html_content/about/FAQS.xml

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    2727
    2828                <h2>FAQs</h2>
    29                 <br/><br/>
    30 
    3129                <ul>
    3230                        <li><a href="#a">What is Environmental Public Health Tracking?</a></li>
     
    4644                        <li><a href="#r">How do data on Kentucky's web site differ from CDC's National site?</a></li>
    4745                        <li><a href="#s">What is a local health department?</a></li>
    48                 </ul><br/>
     46                </ul>
    4947
    5048                <a name="a"/><h2>What is Environmental Public Health Tracking?</h2>
     
    5452                to environmental hazards. The goal of environmental public health tracking is to protect the
    5553                health of communities by providing information to citizens, and federal, state, and local
    56                 agencies for use in planning and evaluating public health and environmental actions.<br/><br/>
     54                agencies for use in planning and evaluating public health and environmental actions.
    5755                <a href="#top" class="ReturnToTop">Return to top of page</a>
    58                 <br/><br/>
    5956
    60                 <a name="b"/><h2>What is an indicator?</h2>
     57                <a name="b"/>
     58                <h2>What is an indicator?</h2>
    6159                An indicator is a fact or trend that indicates the level or condition of something. Well
    6260                known indicators include gross national product, unemployment rates, and presidential
    6361                approval ratings. In a public health context, indicators show trends like cancer rates, drinking water
    6462                contamination levels, and blood lead levels in children. When an indicator has several parts that combine to
    65                 indicate the status of the concept being measured, the individual items are called "measures."<br/><br/>
     63                indicate the status of the concept being measured, the individual items are called "measures."
    6664                <a href="#top" class="ReturnToTop">Return to top of page</a>
    67                 <br/><br/>
    6865
    69                 <a name="c"/><h2>What types of data and information are available on this web site?</h2>
    70                 EnviroHealthLink (EHL) makes data available through queriable datasets.  That means that the users is able to interact with the query system to customize the data they would like to explore. We are also working to create community based indicator reports so that users can view a number of indicators for a specific community.  <br/><br/>
     66                <a name="c"/>
     67                <h2>What types of data and information are available on this web site?</h2>
     68                EnviroHealthLink (EHL) makes data available through queriable datasets. 
     69                That means that the users is able to interact with the query system to
     70                customize the data they would like to explore. We are also working to create
     71                community based indicator reports so that users can view a number of
     72                indicators for a specific community.
    7173                <a href="#top" class="ReturnToTop">Return to top of page</a>
    72                 <br/><br/>
    7374
    74                 <a name="d"/><h2>How are indicator data organized?</h2>
     75                <a name="d"/>
     76                <h2>How are indicator data organized?</h2>
    7577                Indicator data on EHL are organized into three categories: health, environment, and
    76                 community. To explore background information and resources for these topics, select the topic from the top navigation bar.  These categories are also subdivided into topic areas.  Data can be accessed through exploring these content pages or directly, by selecting Data Portal on the upper navigation bar. <br/><br/>
     78                community. To explore background information and resources for these topics,
     79                select the topic from the top navigation bar.  These categories are also
     80                subdivided into topic areas.  Data can be accessed through exploring these
     81                content pages or directly, by selecting Data Portal on the upper navigation bar.
    7782                <a href="#top" class="ReturnToTop">Return to top of page</a>
    78                 <br/><br/>
    7983
    8084        <!--    <a name="e"/><h2>Can I do a search to find out if you have the information I'm looking for? </h2>
     
    8892                <br/><br/> -->
    8993
    90                 <a name="f"/><h2>Can I go directly to the data?</h2>
     94                <a name="f"/>
     95                <h2>Can I go directly to the data?</h2>
    9196                You can access data queries by going to the <a ibis:href="dataportal/DatasetIndex.html">
    9297                Datasets Index</a> under the "Data Portal" tab. Queryable dataset are located on the
    9398                <a ibis:href="dataportal/PublicDatasetIndex.html">Public Query Dataset Index</a> under the "Data Portal" tab.
    94                 Both Indicator Reports and Dataset Queries can be accessed through any category in the "EPHT Topics" tab.<br/><br/>
     99                Both Indicator Reports and Dataset Queries can be accessed through any category in the "EPHT Topics" tab.
    95100                <a href="#top" class="ReturnToTop">Return to top of page</a>
    96                 <br/><br/>
    97101
    98                 <a name="j"/><h2>What are custom queries?</h2>
     102                <a name="j"/>
     103                <h2>What are custom queries?</h2>
    99104                Custom queries allow users to work directly with datasets. A query provides search parameters that the user must fill in according
    100105                to what data the user wants. After the search parameters are entered, click Submit and the system will provide the requested data.
    101106                Datasets are located on the <a ibis:href="dataportal/DatasetIndex.html">Dataset
    102                 Index Page</a> under the "Data Portal" tab. <br/><br/>
     107                Index Page</a> under the "Data Portal" tab.
    103108                <a href="#top" class="ReturnToTop">Return to top of page</a>
    104                 <br/><br/>
    105109
    106                 <a name="k"/><h2>Why are some data only presented on a county versus municipal level?</h2>
     110                <a name="k"/>
     111                <h2>Why are some data only presented on a county versus municipal level?</h2>
    107112                Sometimes, when the number of cases of a health condition is small and the total number of people from
    108113                which the case(s) come is small, those particular data cannot be made public since it could
    109114                be possible to trace the data back to individuals. Since the risk for a breach of
    110115                confidentiality is higher when reporting small numbers, some health data are "suppressed"
    111                 or "restricted." <br/><br/>
     116                or "restricted."
    112117                <a href="#top" class="ReturnToTop">Return to top of page</a>
    113                 <br/><br/>
    114118
    115119                <a name="l"/><h2>What if I can't find the data I need?</h2>
    116120                If you have an interest in particular data, please see the <a ibis:href="about/ContactInformation.html">Contact Us</a>
    117121                page. We continue to add information, and keep records of requests which will help determine data and
    118                 indicator priorities for the future.<br/><br/>
     122                indicator priorities for the future.
    119123                <a href="#top" class="ReturnToTop">Return to top of page</a>
    120                 <br/><br/>
    121124
    122125                <a name="m"/><h2>How do I request access to more data than are available through this web site?</h2>
     
    126129                authority over the data and will make a determination if the person or organization requesting
    127130                additional data meets statutory or departmental criteria for obtaining non-public data.
    128                 <br/><br/>
    129131                <a href="#top" class="ReturnToTop">Return to top of page</a>
    130                 <br/><br/>
    131132
    132133                <!--<a name="n"/><h2>Is there a glossary of terms available?</h2>
     
    134135                chemicals, environmental factors, and more is available. To access the glossary, click
    135136                <a href="#top" class="ReturnToTop">Return to top of page</a>
    136                 <br/><br/> -->
     137                -->
    137138
    138139                <a name="o"/><h2>Are other states participating in the EPHT Network?</h2>
    139140                In addition to Kentucky, 25 states and 1 city participate in the CDC-funded Tracking
    140141                network. To see the other states participating in the tracking network go to the
    141                 <a href="http://ephtracking.cdc.gov/showStateTracking.action">State and Local Tracking Programs</a> page.<br/><br/>
     142                <a href="http://ephtracking.cdc.gov/showStateTracking.action">State and Local Tracking Programs</a> page.
    142143                <a href="#top" class="ReturnToTop">Return to top of page</a>
    143                 <br/><br/>
    144144
    145145                <a name="p"/><h2>How do I access data available in other states?</h2>
    146146                You can access EPHT-related data from other states from their individual websites (<a
    147147                href="http://ephtracking.cdc.gov/showStateTracking.action">State Tracking Networks</a>) or the National Portal as well
    148                 (<a href="http://ephtracking.cdc.gov/showHome.action">National EPHT Tracking Network</a>).<br/><br/>
     148                (<a href="http://ephtracking.cdc.gov/showHome.action">National EPHT Tracking Network</a>).
    149149                <a href="#top" class="ReturnToTop">Return to top of page</a>
    150                 <br/><br/>
    151150
    152151                <a name="q"/><h2>How do I access data available on the National network?</h2>
     
    154153                <a href="http://ephtracking.cdc.gov/showHome.action">National EPHT  Network</a> website. Click on "Explore
    155154                Our New Data Query Tool" to submit a custom query or choose a topic: environments, health effects, population health, or
    156                 info by location.<br/><br/>
     155                info by location.
    157156                <a href="#top" class="ReturnToTop">Return to top of page</a>
    158                 <br/><br/>
    159157
    160158                <a name="r"/><h2>How do data on Kentucky's web site differ from CDC's National site?</h2>
     
    165163                On the other hand, the Kentucky portal contains datasets that were contributed
    166164                to the National portal. However, the Kentucky portal provides additional datasets and information that is specific to
    167                 Kentucky's environmental  and public health needs.<br/><br/>
     165                Kentucky's environmental  and public health needs.
    168166                <a href="#top" class="ReturnToTop">Return to top of page</a>
    169                 <br/><br/>
    170167               
    171168                        <a name="s"/><h2>What is a local health department?</h2>
     
    173170                disease outbreak investigations, regulation of known sources of health hazards
    174171                such as food establishments, and health education and prevention services such
    175                 as immunizations and preventive health screenings. <br/><br/>
     172                as immunizations and preventive health screenings.
    176173                <a href="#top" class="ReturnToTop">Return to top of page</a>
    177                 <br/><br/>
    178174               
    179175                </div>
  • adopters/ky-epht/trunk/src/main/webapps/ehl-view-content/xml/html_content/about/MissionGoals.xml

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    55        <TITLE>Mission and Goals</TITLE>
    66        <HTML_CLASS>HasBelt</HTML_CLASS>
     7        <OTHER_HEAD_CONTENT>
     8                <style>
     9                        .Quote
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     13                                width: 45%;
     14                                font-style: italic;
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     22        </OTHER_HEAD_CONTENT>
    723
    824        <CONTENT>
     
    1935                        </div>
    2036                </div>
    21                
     37
    2238                <a name="top"/>
    2339                <div style="padding: 0 1em 1em 1em;">
     
    4561                network of integrated health and environmental data that will drive improvements in community health. To help achieve this vision and
    4662                carry out our mission, the program has developed five goals.
    47                 <br/><br/>
     63
    4864                <h2>Goals</h2>
    4965                <ol>
     
    5470                        <li>Enhance environmental public health tracking workforce and infrastructure</li>
    5571                        <li>Foster collaboration among health and environmental programs</li>
    56                 </ol>
    57                 <br/><br/>
    58 
     72                </ol><br/>
    5973
    6074                The Environmental Public Health Tracking Network (Tracking  Network) is one
     
    6478                environmental factors are linked to chronic disease is  essential to disease
    6579                prevention- and to protecting the health of our  communities.
     80                <br/><br/>
    6681
    6782                <div class="Quote">
     
    7388                                Professor, John Hopkins   University
    7489                        </div>
    75                 </div>
    76                  <br/><br/>
     90                </div><br/>
    7791
    7892                <div class="Quote">
     
    86100                        </div>
    87101                </div>
    88                 <br/>
    89102
    90103<script>
     
    99112
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    101 
    102114        </CONTENT>
    103 
    104115</HTML_CONTENT>
    105116
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