Changeset 22662 in main


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Timestamp:
03/10/21 10:25:36 (5 weeks ago)
Author:
Paul Leo
Message:

NMEPHT - New pages updated by SMM, and new structure for images and pdfs

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adopters/nm-epht/trunk/src/main/webapps/nmepht-content
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  • adopters/nm-epht/trunk/src/main/webapps/nmepht-content/xml/html_content/health/breathing/Allergy.xml

    r22657 r22662  
    2323
    2424                <header>
    25                         <img ibis:src="view/image/Health/breathing/weed.jpg" title="Summer, reclaimed Superfund site in the Albuquerque South Valley"/>
     25                        <img ibis:src="view/image/Health/breathing/allergy/weed.jpg" title="Summer, reclaimed Superfund site in the Albuquerque South Valley"/>
    2626                        <h1>Seasonal Allergies</h1>
    2727                </header>
     
    6969                        <section class="ImageInfoBlock">
    7070                                <figure title="juniper in pollination">
    71                                         <img ibis:src="view/image/health/breathing/juniper.jpg"/>
     71                                        <img ibis:src="view/image/health/breathing/allergy/juniper.jpg"/>
    7272                                        <figcaption>
    7373                                        Juniper pollen is a problem for many New Mexicans.
     
    238238                                        </div>
    239239                                <figure title="New Mexico pollination by season">
    240                                         <img ibis:src="view/image/health/breathing/pollen-periods.jpg"/>
     240                                        <img ibis:src="view/image/health/breathing/allergy/pollen-periods.jpg"/>
    241241                                        <figcaption>New Mexico's pollination by season.
    242242                                        </figcaption>
  • adopters/nm-epht/trunk/src/main/webapps/nmepht-content/xml/html_content/health/breathing/Asthma.xml

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    1919        </OTHER_HEAD_CONTENT>
    2020
    21 
    2221        <CONTENT>
    2322
    2423                <header>
    25                         <img ibis:src="view/image/health/breathing/rio.jpg" title="Autumn along the Rio Grande"/>
     24                        <img ibis:src="view/image/health/breathing/asthma/rio.jpg" title="Autumn along the Rio Grande"/>
    2625                        <h1>Asthma</h1>
    2726                </header>
     
    3938                        <section class="ImageInfoBlock">
    4039                                <figure title="Asthma in the airway">
    41                                         <img ibis:src="view/image/health/breathing/asthmaairway.png"/>
     40                                        <img ibis:src="view/image/health/breathing/asthma/asthmaairway.png"/>
    4241                                        <figcaption>How asthma affects the airways
    4342                                        </figcaption>
     
    7271                                <div>
    7372                                </div>
    74 
    75                                
    7673                        </section>
    7774                </section>
    78 
    7975
    8076                <section>
     
    8985                        </p>
    9086                        <figure title="asthma triggers foods, colds, infections, air pollution, smoking, house dust mite, weather, emotions, pollen molds, exercise, amimals, medicines, hormones">
    91                                 <img ibis:src="view/image/health/breathing/asthmatriggers.jpg"/>
     87                                <img ibis:src="view/image/health/breathing/asthma/asthmatriggers.jpg"/>
    9288                                        <figcaption>
    9389                                                Common triggers for asthma
     
    111107                                                        <li><a href="https://www.cdc.gov/asthma/inhaler_video/default.htm" title="Video: How to use Asthma Medications Correctly">Video: How to use Asthma Medications Correctly</a></li>
    112108                                                        <li><a href="https://www.cdc.gov/asthma/es/management.html" title="Manejo y Tratamiento">Manejo y Tratamiento (Español)</a></li>
    113                                                         <li><a ibis:href="view/pdf/health/breathing/pollutants-multiunit-housing.pdf" title="downloadable pdf" class="PDF">Indoor Environmental Triggers (180 KB)</a>
     109                                                       
     110                                                        <li><a ibis:href="view/pdf/health/breathing/asthma/pollutants-multiunit-housing.pdf"
     111                                                                        title="downloadable pdf" class="PDF">
     112                                                                        Indoor Environmental Triggers (180 KB)
     113                                                                </a>
     114                                                        </li>
     115                                                        <li><a ibis:href="view/pdf/health/breathing/allergy/allergies-handout.pdf"
     116                                                                        title="downloadable pdf" class="PDF">
     117                                                                        List of NM Allergens and their Seasons
     118                                                                </a>
    114119                                                        </li>
    115120                                                        <li><a href="https://www.aafa.org/air-pollution-smog-asthma/" title="Facts about Air Pollution and Asthma">Facts about Air Pollution and Asthma</a></li>
    116                                                         <li><a ibis:href="view/pdf/health/breathing/contole-asma.pdf" title="downloadable pdf" class="PDF">Evite y Controle sus Disparadores de Asma (Español) (180 KB)</a></li>
    117                                                         <li><a ibis:href="view/pdf/health/breathing/apha-asthma-nm.pdf" title="downloadable pdf" class="PDF">Asthma in New Mexico (180 KB)</a>
     121                                                        <li><a ibis:href="view/pdf/health/breathing/asthma/controle-asma.pdf"
     122                                                                        title="downloadable pdf" class="PDF">
     123                                                                                Evite y Controle sus Disparadores de Asma (Español)(180 KB)
     124                                                                </a>
     125                                                        </li>
     126                                                        <li><a ibis:href="view/pdf/health/breathing/asthma/apha-asthma-nm.pdf"
     127                                                                        title="downloadable pdf" class="PDF">
     128                                                                                Asthma in New Mexico (180 KB)
     129                                                                </a>
    118130                                                        </li>
    119131                                                        <li><a href="https://www.cdc.gov/asthma/management.html" title="Asthma Management">Asthma Management</a></li>
    120132                                                        <li><a href="https://www.cdc.gov/asthma/management.html" title="CDC EXHALE Technical Package">CDC EXHALE Technical Package</a></li>
     133                                                       
    121134                                                </ul>
    122135                                        </div>
  • adopters/nm-epht/trunk/src/main/webapps/nmepht-content/xml/html_content/health/cancer/CancerConcernsWorkgroup.xml

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    44
    5         <TITLE>New Mexico Cancer Concerns Work Group</TITLE>
     5        <TITLE>Cancer Concerns Work Group</TITLE>
    66
    7         <CONTENT>
     7        <HTML_CLASS>Topic Health</HTML_CLASS>
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    10                         <TITLE>Cancer Concerns and Potential Cancer Clusters</TITLE>
    11                         <CONTENT>
    12                                 Most people know of someone who has been diagnosed with cancer. In fact, often in New Mexico more
    13                                 people die from cancer than any other cause. There are many different types of cancer, which are
    14                                 classified as numerous different diseases. A common concern people have is the existence of a
    15                                 potential cancer cluster. The term "cancer cluster" is most often used to describe a greater than
    16                                 expected number of cancers occurring within a group of people, in a geographic area, over a
    17                                 specified period of time (CDC 2003). Most identified cancer excesses are not related to known
    18                                 environmental causes, but instead appear to be due to personal risk factors, genetic causes,
    19                                 normal random variation in cancer occurrence, or unknown factors.
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    22                 <ibis:ExpandableContent titleLevel="2"><SHOW/>
    23                         <TITLE>About the Cancer Concerns Work Group</TITLE>
    24                         <CONTENT>
    25                                 <img ibis:src="view/image/health/cancer/CCW/magnifyCCW.web.png" style="float:left; vertical-align:text-top; margin:6px 10px 4px 4px;" title="New Mexico Cancer Concerns Work Group"/>
    26                                 The New Mexico Cancer Concerns Work Group responds to concerns from the public, health professionals,
    27                                 or other concerned people, about cancers among a specified group of people, such as in a community or
    28                                 a workplace. The process involves coordinated and standardized responses from the New Mexico
    29                                 Department of Health and the New Mexico Tumor Registry. These responses are based on an exploration
    30                                 of data available to the work group.
    31                                 <br/><br/>
    32                                 The Cancer Concerns Work Group includes epidemiologists and health promotion staff members from
    33                                 complementary fields such as cancer, environmental health, occupational health, toxicology, and/or
    34                                 occupational medicine. As a multi-agency collaborative, the Cancer Concerns Work Group is comprised
    35                                 of New Mexico Department of Health staff from the Chronic Disease Prevention and Control Bureau's
    36                                 Cancer Section, the Environmental Health Epidemiology Bureau, and Tribal Epidemiology staff from the
    37                                 Community Health Assessment Program, as well as staff from the New Mexico Tumor Registry at
    38                                 the University of New Mexico Cancer Center and Health Sciences Center. The Tumor Registry is part of
    39                                 the National Cancer Institute's Surveillance Epidemiology and End Results (SEER) Program.
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    41                                 <ibis:ExpandableContent titleLevel="3">
    42                                         <TITLE>What We Offer and What We Look for</TITLE>
    43                                         <CONTENT>
    44                                                 <img ibis:src="view/image/health/cancer/CCW/Infographic.What.We.Look.For.Revised_1.png" style="width: 60%;  float:left; vertical-align:text-top; margin:6px 20px 4px 4px;" title="New Mexico Cancer Concerns Work Group"/>
    45                                                 The New Mexico Cancer Concerns Work Group provides coordinated and standardized responses to an
    46                                                 inquiry or concern based on an exploration of data available from the New Mexico Tumor Registry.
    47                                                 This response typically entails a customized analysis to reveal current incidence rates,
    48                                                 stratified by race/ethnicity (if relevant) and trend data if needed. When feasible, the Cancer
    49                                                 Concerns Work Group provides educational information about the types of cancers diagnosed that
    50                                                 may have occurred within the geographic area of concern (e.g., where the people diagnosed with
    51                                                 cancer live). This serves to empower the inquirer by helping him/her gain an understanding of
    52                                                 the risk factors (e.g., age, smoking) for the cancer(s) of concern and known common causes
    53                                                 (e.g., radon exposure) of the cancer(s).
    54                                                 <br/><br/>
    55                                                 <span class="Bold">What We Look For</span>
    56                                                 <br/><br/>
    57                                                 Simply put, when a cancer concern is presented we look at:
    58                                                 <br/><br/>
    59                                                 Relevant New Mexico county cancer incidence rates to determine if there are any statistically significant differences.
    60                                                 Next, if warranted, we will examine:
    61                                                 <br/><br/>
    62                                                 What is the geographic areaof concern (i.e., where did the cancer cases occur)?  How many people lived and/or worked in the area?
    63                                                 What is the time frame of concern? When were the cancers diagnosed?
    64                                                 <br/>
    65                                                 Are the diagnoses within the time frame of concern the same type(s) of cancer(s)? Are the diagnoses rare cancers?
    66                                                 Is the length of residency or employment in the area of concern consistent with the known latency of the cancer(s)? 
    67                                                 Did the people diagnosed with cancer live or work in the place of concern during the time it takes for the cancer(s) to develop?
    68                                                 Within the time frame and geographic area of concern, were there are key known risk factors present for the type(s) of cancer(s)
    69                                                 diagnosed (such as lifestyle, genetic, or exposure to occupational and/or environmental carcinogens)?
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    71                                         </CONTENT>
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    73                                         <ibis:ExpandableContent titleLevel="3">
    74                                                 <TITLE>Are You Considering Submitting an Inquiry to the CCWG?</TITLE>
    75                                                 <CONTENT>
    76                                                         Having many cancer diagnoses in one community may be causing you some concern.
    77                                                         To learn more about inquiry submissions, please call 1-800-303-4503.
    78                                                         <br/><br/>
    79                                                         Things to consider as you explore this concern:
    80                                                         <br/><br/>
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     20
     21
     22        <CONTENT>
     23
     24                <header>
     25                        <img ibis:src="view/image/health/cancer/workgroup/magnifyCCW.jpg" title="NM Cancer Concerns Work Group"/>
     26                        <h1></h1>
     27                </header>
     28
     29
     30                <section>
     31                        <h2>About the New Mexico Cancer Concerns Work Group</h2>
     32                                <p>
     33                                        The New Mexico Cancer Concerns Work Group (CCW) responds to inquiries from the public, health professionals, or other people who are concerned about cancers among a specified group of people, such as in a community or a workplace. The process involves coordinated and standardized responses from the New Mexico Department of Health and the New Mexico Tumor Registry. These responses are based on an exploration of data available to the work group.                         
     34                                </p>
     35                                <p>
     36                                        The CCW includes epidemiologists and health promotion experts from complementary fields such as cancer, environmental health, occupational health, toxicology, and/or occupational medicine. As a multi-agency collaborative, the CCW is comprised of New Mexico Department of Health staff from the Population and Community Health Bureau's Cancer Section, the Environmental Health Epidemiology Bureau, and Tribal Epidemiology staff from the Community Health Systems Epidemiology Bureau, as well as staff from the New Mexico Tumor Registry at the University of New Mexico Cancer Center and Health Sciences Center. The Tumor Registry is part of the National Cancer Institute's Surveillance Epidemiology and End Results (SEER) Program.
     37                                </p>
     38                                <h2>What We Offer</h2>
     39                                <p>
     40                                        The New Mexico CCW provides coordinated and standardized responses to inquiries about cancer in NM based on an exploration of data available from the New Mexico Tumor Registry. The response typically entails a customized analysis to reveal current incidence rates, stratified by race/ethnicity (if relevant) and trend data if needed. When feasible, the CCW provides educational information about the types of cancers diagnosed that may have occurred within the geographic area of concern (e.g., where the people diagnosed with cancer live). This serves to empower the inquirer by helping him/her gain an understanding of the risk factors (e.g., age, smoking) for the cancer(s) of concern and known common causes (e.g., radon exposure) of the cancer(s).
     41                                </p>
     42                                <h3>What We Look For</h3>
     43                                <p>
     44                                        When a cancer concern is received we look at relevant New Mexico county cancer incidence rates to determine if there are any statistically significant differences. Next, if warranted, we will examine: What is the geographic area of concern (i.e., where did the cancer cases occur)? How many people lived and/or worked in the area? What is the time frame of concern? When were the cancers diagnosed? Are the diagnoses within the time frame of concern the same type(s) of cancer(s)? Are the diagnoses rare cancers? Is the length of residency or employment in the locale of concern consistent with the known latency of the cancer(s)? Did the people diagnosed with cancer live or work in the place of concern during the time it takes for the cancer(s) to develop? Within the time frame and geographic area of concern, were there key known risk factors present for the type(s) of cancer(s) diagnosed (e.g., lifestyle, genetic, or exposure to occupational and/or environmental carcinogens)?
     45                                </p>
     46       
     47                </section>
     48
     49                <section class="SubSectionsContainer">
     50                        <h2>Are You Considering Submitting an Inquiry to the CCW?</h2>
     51                        <section class="ImageInfoBlock">
     52                                <figure title="Considerations: cancer rates, timeframe, cancer types, residency and latency, risk factors">
     53                                        <img ibis:src="view/image/health/cancer/workgroup/infographic.png"/>
     54                                        <figcaption>New Mexico Cancer Concerns Work Group process
     55                                        </figcaption>
     56                                </figure>
     57                                <div>
     58                                        <ul>
     59                                                <h3>Things to consider as you explore your concern:</h3>
     60                                                <li>
    8161                                                        Are the diagnoses in the population of concern the same type of cancer?
    82                                                         <br/>
     62                                                </li>
     63                                                <li>
    8364                                                        What are the common lifestyles and habits of those diagnosed with the same type of cancer?
    84                                                         <br/>
    85                                                         When submitting an inquiry to the CCWG it is helpful if you provide the following:
    86                                                         <br/><br/>
    87                                                         <ul class="Indent">
    88                                                                 <li>The specific geographic area of concern (e.g., county)</li>
    89                                                                 <li>The type(s) of cancers diagnosed in the geographic area</li>
    90                                                                 <li>The time frame of the cancer(s) diagnoses</li>
    91                                                                 <li>Family history of specific cancers within the geographic area's population</li>
    92                                                                 <li>Lifestyle information such as health habits and     occupations of the population</li>
    93                                                                 <li>Specific carcinogen of concern</li>
    94                                                         </ul>
    95                                                         <br/><br/>
    96                                                         The capacity of the Cancer Concerns Work Group is limited to examining the available cancer data from the New Mexico Tumor
    97                                                         Registry. By providing information resulting from an initial examination, the work group is able to empower the inquirer
    98                                                         to look for clues in a more strategic manner (such as exploring personal risk factors), and encourage the inquirer and
    99                                                         community of concern to pursue suitable preventive measures for specific cancers.
    100                                                         It is important to note that the Cancer Concerns Work Group realizes that it is possible that a cancer concern inquiry
    101                                                         may result in the identification of a true cancer cluster. However, finding a clear environmental cause is difficult. Most
    102                                                         identified cancer excesses are not related to known environmental causes, but instead appear to be due to personal risk factors,
    103                                                         genetic causes, normal random variation in cancer occurrence, or unknown factors.
    104                                                         <br/><br/>
    105                                                         <span class="Bold"> Where and how to submit an inquiry:</span>
    106                                                         <br/>
    107                                                         Inquires may be submitted to <a href="mailto:nmtr-ccw@salud.unm.edu">nmtr-ccw@salud.unm.edu</a>.  To learn more about inquiry submission, please call 1-800-303-4503.
    108                                                 </CONTENT>
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    114                         <TITLE>Cancer Information</TITLE>
    115                         <CONTENT>
    116                                 In addition to the services listed above, the various entities that comprise the work group provide information and resources on their websites:
    117                                 <br/>
    118                                 <a ibis:href="/">New Mexico Department of Health New Mexico Environmental Public Health Tracking </a>
    119                                 <br/>
    120                                 <a href="http://nmtrweb.unm.edu/">New Mexico Tumor Registry </a>
    121                                 <br/>
    122                                 <a href="http://nmhealth.org/about/phd/cdb/ccp/">NM Department of Health Comprehensive Cancer Program</a>
    123                                 <br/>
    124                                 <a href="http://nmhealth.org/about/phd/cdb/bcc/">NM Department of Health Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program</a>
    125                                 <br/>
    126                                 <a href="http://nmtupac.com/#home">NM Department of Health Tobacco Use Prevention and Control (TUPAC) Program</a>
    127                                 <br/>
    128                                 <a href="http://www.quitnownm.com/">TUPAC's Quitline Cessation Services</a>
    129                                 <br/>
    130                                 <a href="https://ibis.health.state.nm.us/">New Mexico Department of Health Indicator Based Information System (IBIS DOH)</a>
    131                                 <br/>
    132                                 <a href="http://nmhealth.org/">New Mexico Department of Health </a>
    133                                 <br/>
    134                                 <a ibis:href="environment/air/IndoorQuality.html">Radon and Cancer Information</a>
    135                         </CONTENT>
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     65                                                </li>
     66                                                <p>
     67                                                <h3>When submitting an inquiry to the CCW it is helpful if you provide the following:</h3>
     68                                                </p>
     69                                                <li>
     70                                                        The specific geographic area of concern (e.g., county).
     71                                                </li>
     72                                                <li>
     73                                                        The type(s) of cancers diagnosed in the geographic area.
     74                                                </li>
     75                                                <li>
     76                                                        The time frame of the cancer(s) diagnoses.
     77                                                </li>
     78                                                <li>
     79                                                        Relevant family history of the people with specific cancer(s) of concern.
     80                                                </li>
     81                                                <li>
     82                                                        Lifestyle information such as health habits and occupations.
     83                                                </li>
     84                                                <li>
     85                                                        Specific cancer-causing agent of concern.
     86                                                </li>                   
     87                                        </ul>
     88                                </div>
     89                        </section>
     90                </section>
     91                <section>
     92                        <h2>Limitations of the CCW</h2>
     93                                <p>
     94                                        The capacity of the Cancer Concerns Work Group is limited to examining the available cancer data from the New Mexico Tumor Registry. By providing information resulting from an initial examination of those data, the CCW can empower the inquirer to look for clues in a more strategic manner (such as exploring personal risk factors) and encourages the inquirer and community of concern to pursue suitable preventive measures for specific cancers. It is important to note that the Cancer Concerns Work Group realizes that it is possible that a cancer concern inquiry may result in the identification of a true cancer cluster; however, finding a clear environmental cause is difficult. Most identified cancer excesses are not related to known environmental causes, but instead appear to be due to personal risk factors, genetic causes, normal random variation in cancer occurrence, or unknown factors.
     95                                </p>
     96                                <p>
     97                        <h3>Where and how to submit an inquiry:</h3>   
     98                                </p>
     99                                <p>
     100                                        Inquiries may be submitted to nmtr-ccw@salud.unm.edu. To learn more about inquiry submission, please call 1-800-303-4503. <span class="Bold">Please note, this is a monitored message line and will not be answered by a live person.</span>
     101                                </p>
     102                </section>
     103
     104
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     106                        <div id="downloadsResources">
     107                                <h3>Downloads and Resources</h3>
     108                                <div class="Columns">
     109                                        <div class="Selections">
     110                                                <ul>
     111                                                        <li><a href="https://nmtrweb.unm.edu/" title="New Mexico Tumor Registry">New Mexico Tumor Registry</a></li>
     112                                                        <li><a href="https://www.nmhealth.org/about/phd/pchb/ccp/" title="Comprehensive Cancer Control Program">Comprehensive Cancer Control Program</a></li>
     113                                                        <li><a href="https://www.nmhealth.org/about/phd/pchb/ccp/" title="Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program">Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program</a></li>
     114                                                        <li><a href="https://www.nmtupac.com/#home" title="TUPAC">NM Tobacco Use Prevention and Control Program (TUPAC)</a></li>
     115                                                        <li><a href="https://www.quitnownm.com/" title="QuitnowNM">TUPAC's Quit Now Cessation Services</a></li>
     116                                                        <li><a href="https://ibis.health.state.nm.us/topic/healthcare/utilization/CancerScreening.html" title="NMIBIS">Cancer Screening on NM-IBIS</a></li>
     117                                                       
     118                                                </ul>
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     138                                                        <li><a ibis:href="health/cancer/Cancer.html" title="Cancer">Cancer</a></li>
     139                                                        <li><a ibis:href="environment/Radon.html" title="Indoor Air Quality">Radon and Indoor Air Quality</a></li>
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