Changeset 25014 in main


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Timestamp:
04/09/22 11:50:58 (4 months ago)
Author:
LoisHaggard_STG
Message:

NM mmibis-content - Fixing broken links

Location:
adopters/nm/trunk/src/main/webapps/nmibis-content
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  • adopters/nm/trunk/src/main/webapps/nmibis-content/xml/html_content/about/ContactInformation.xml

    r24996 r25014  
    6464                The website is a collaborative effort involving all offices and divisions in the
    6565                New Mexico Department of Health. NM-IBIS <a href="indicator/Contributors.html" title="Click
    66                 here to show some of the contributors.">indicator authors, editors</a> and
     66                here to show some of the contributors.">indicator authors &amp; editors</a> and
    6767                <a href="query/DataStewards.html" title="Click here to show query system data stewards.">
    6868                data stewards</a> make substantial contributions to the site, and may be contacted
     
    9797                                       
    9898                                        <div class="Indent">
    99                                                 <h4>Vacant</h4>
    100                                                 Community Epidemiologist, Program Manager<br/>
    101                                         <!--    Phone: (505) 827-5274<br/>  -->
     99                                                <h4>Rena Manning, PhD</h4>
     100                                                Community Epidemiologist/Informaticist, Program Manager<br/>
     101                                        <!--    Phone: (505) ###-####<br/>  -->
    102102                                                Fax: (505) 827-2110<br/>
    103                                                 Email:
    104                                         <!--    <SCRIPT TYPE="text/javascript">
    105                                                 emailE=('lois.haggard@' + 'state.nm.us')
    106                                                 document.write('<a href="mailto:' + emailE + '">' + emailE + '</a>')
    107                                                 </SCRIPT>
    108                                         -->     <br/><br/>
    109                                                
    110                                         </div>
    111                                         <div class="Indent">
    112                                                 <h4>Rena Manning</h4>
    113                                                 Community Epidemiologist/Informaticist<br/>
    114                                         <!--    Phone: (505) 827-2589<br/>  -->
    115103                                                Email:
    116104                                                <SCRIPT TYPE="text/javascript">
     
    119107                                                </SCRIPT>
    120108                                                <br/><br/>
     109                                               
     110                                        </div>
     111                                        <div class="Indent">
     112                                                <h4>Vacant</h4>
     113                                                Community Epidemiologist<br/>
     114                                        <!--    Phone: (505) ###-####<br/>  -->
     115                                                Email:
     116                        <!--                    <SCRIPT TYPE="text/javascript">
     117                                                emailE=('first.last@' + 'state.nm.us')
     118                                                document.write('<a href="mailto:' + emailE + '">' + emailE + '</a>')
     119                                                </SCRIPT>
     120                        -->                     <br/><br/>
    121121                                        </div>
    122122                                </div>
     
    133133                                       
    134134                                        <div class="Indent">
    135                                                 <h4>Brooke Doman, MPH</h4>
     135                                                <h4>Vacant</h4>
    136136                                                Tribal Epidemiologist<br/>
    137                                         <!--    Phone: (505) 476-3654<br/>  -->
     137                                        <!--    Phone: (505) ###-####<br/>  -->
    138138                                                Email:
    139                                                 <SCRIPT TYPE="text/javascript">
    140                                                 emailE=('brooke.doman@' + 'state.nm.us')
     139                        <!--                    <SCRIPT TYPE="text/javascript">
     140                                                emailE=('first.last@' + 'state.nm.us')
    141141                                                document.write('<a href="mailto:' + emailE + '">' + emailE + '</a>')
    142142                                                </SCRIPT>
    143                                                 <br/><br/>
     143                        -->                     <br/><br/>
    144144                                        </div>
    145145                                </div>
     
    157157                                                <h4>Chris Wenker, MA</h4>
    158158                                                GIS Epidemiologist<br/>
    159                                         <!--    Phone: (505) 827-2589<br/>  -->
    160159                                                Email:
    161160                                                <SCRIPT TYPE="text/javascript">
     
    166165                                        </div>
    167166                                        <div class="Indent">
    168                                                 <h4>Eugene Ahwireng</h4>
    169                                                 Geospatial Health Data Specialist<br/>
    170                                         <!--    Phone: (505) 827-2589<br/>  -->
    171                                                 Email:
    172                                                 <SCRIPT TYPE="text/javascript">
    173                                                 emailE=('eugene.ahwireng@' + 'state.nm.us')
    174                                                 document.write('<a href="mailto:' + emailE + '">' + emailE + '</a>')
    175                                                 </SCRIPT>
    176                                                 <br/><br/>
    177                                         </div>
    178                                         <div class="Indent">
    179167                                                <h4>Lisa McKinney</h4>
    180168                                                Geospatial Health Data Specialist<br/>
    181                                         <!--    Phone: (505) 827-2589<br/>  -->
    182169                                                Email:
    183170                                                <SCRIPT TYPE="text/javascript">
  • adopters/nm/trunk/src/main/webapps/nmibis-content/xml/html_content/about/Welcome.xml

    r24996 r25014  
    195195< ![endif]-->
    196196
    197                 <h2 style="margin-top:  20px;">Get Started by Choosing a Health Topic Area:</h2>
     197                <h2 style="margin-top:  20px;">Start Browsing Health Topics Here:</h2>
    198198                <ibis:include href="../topic/_introduction.xml" children-only-flag="true"/>
    199199
     
    214214                                        <h2>What's New</h2>
    215215                                        <ul>
    216                                                 <li>Simplified site navigation</li>
     216        <!--                                    <li>Simplified site navigation</li>
    217217                                                <li>Cleaner and simpler web site layout</li>
    218218                                                <li>Easier to read text blocks with more white space</li>
     
    225225                                                <li>Dataset queries now start with the default data</li>
    226226                                                <li>Introduction videos for the different site content<br/> and different users</li>
    227                                                 <li><a href="https://www.hsd.state.nm.us/2022-data-book/" title="">Health and Human Services Data Book 2022</a></li>
     227        -->
     228                                                <li>We've made it easier than ever to get to New Mexico community health
     229                                                        data. You can find it in just <a href="resource/2ClicksCHH.html"
     230                                                        title="IBIS navigation to Community Reports">TWO CLICKS!</a></li>
     231                                                <li>Visit and download the <a href="https://www.hsd.state.nm.us/2022-data-book/"
     232                                                        title="Health and Human Services Data Book 2022">
     233                                                        Health and Human Services Data Book 2022</a></li>
    228234                                        </ul>
    229235                                </section>
     
    231237                                <section>
    232238                                        <h2>New Mexico's Environmental Public Health Tracking Program</h2>
    233                                         You may want to visit our sister website, <a href="nmtracking.doh.nm.gov/" title="">Environmental Public Health Tracking,</a>
    234                                         to learn more about how the physical environment influences health.
     239                                        You may want to visit our sister website, <a href="nmtracking.doh.nm.gov/"
     240                                        title="Environmental Public Health Tracking website URL">
     241                                        Environmental Public Health Tracking,</a>
     242                                        to learn more about how out physical environment influences health.
    235243                                </section>
    236244                               
  • adopters/nm/trunk/src/main/webapps/nmibis-content/xml/html_content/query/DataStewards.xml

    r22744 r25014  
    2525                                        document.write('<a href="mailto:' + emailE + '">' + emailE + '</a>')</SCRIPT></td>
    2626                                <td>NMDOH Epidemiology and Response Division, Community Health Assessment Program</td>
    27                                 <td>(505) 827-5274</td>
     27                                <td>(505) ###-####</td>
    2828                        </tr>
    2929                        <tr>
  • adopters/nm/trunk/src/main/webapps/nmibis-content/xml/html_content/resource/2ClicksCHH.xml

    r25013 r25014  
    33<HTML_CONTENT xmlns:ibis="http://www.ibisph.org">
    44
    5         <TITLE>"5 Clicks" to Community Health Information</TITLE>
     5        <TITLE>"2 Clicks" to Community Health Information</TITLE>
    66
    77        <CONTENT>
    88                <a name="TOP"></a>
    9                 Getting to NM-IBIS community health information is easy - in fact, you can do it in five mouse clicks.
     9                We've made it easier than ever to get to New Mexico community health data. You can find it in just TWO CLICKS!
    1010
    1111                <br/><br/><br/>
    12                 <h2>CLICK #1:Go to the NM-IBIS home page and click on the "Explore Communities" top tab.</h2>
     12                <h2>CLICK #1:Go to the NM-IBIS home page and click on the "Community Reports" top tab.</h2>
    1313                <br/><br/>
    14                 <span class="Indent22">
    15                         <img src="contentfile/image/resource/5clicks1.png" width="700"
    16                         title="Indicator reports tab showing community health highlights reports"
    17                         alt="Indicator reports tab showing community health highlights reports"/>
     14                <span class="Indent">
     15                        <img src="contentfile/image/resource/2clicks1.png" width="950"
     16                        title="IBIS reports top tab navigation showing Community Reports tab"
     17                        alt="IBIS reports top tabnavigation showing Community Reports tab"/>
    1818                </span>
    1919                <br/><br/>
    20                 You should see a blue menu like the one below.
     20                A blue menu should open, like the one below.
    2121                <br/><br/><hr class="Style1"/><br/><br/>
    2222
    23                 <h2>CLICK #2: Click on the "Community Health Highlights Reports" link.</h2>
     23                <h2>CLICK #2: Click on a community type from the menu choices. Here we have selected "County."</h2>
    2424                <br/><br/>
    25                 <span class="Indent22">
    26                         <img src="contentfile/image/resource/5clicks2.png" width="700"
    27                         title="Indicator reports tab showing community health highlights reports"
    28                         alt="Indicator reports tab showing community health highlights reports"/>
     25                <span class="Indent">
     26                        <img src="contentfile/image/resource/2clicks2.png" width="950"
     27                        title="Mega menu showing the community types available for selection"
     28                        alt="Mega menu showing the community types available for selection"/>
    2929                </span>
    3030                <br/><br/><hr class="Style1"/><br/><br/>
    3131
    32                 Find the county you want from the list of all NM counties (see below).
     32                <h2>Now you should see the report. From here you can use the menu to select a different county or a different
     33                set of indicators to include in the report.</h2>
    3334                <br/><br/>
    34                 <h2>CLICK #3: Click on a county. </h2>
    35                 You can click on the county name link,
    36                 or the report icon in the "Page through the report" column. They do the same thing.
    37                 <br/><br/>
    38 
    39                 <span class="Indent22">
    40                         <img src="contentfile/image/resource/5clicks3.png" width="700" 
    41                         title="County list on the Community Selection Page"
    42                         alt="County list on the Community Selection Page"/>
    43                 </span>
    44                 <br/><br/><hr class="Style1"/><br/><br/>
    45 
    46                 Now you should see a list of indicators for the county you selected (see below).
    47                 <br/><br/><br/>
    48                 <h2>CLICK #4: Click on a health indicator.</h2>
    49                 <br/>
    50                 (You can also click on the "Next Page" button on the left.)
    51                 <br/><br/>
    52 
    53                 <span class="Indent22">
    54                         <img src="contentfile/image/resource/5clicks4.png" width="700" 
    55                         title="County list on the Community Selection Page"
    56                         alt="County list on the Community Selection Page"/>
    57                 </span>
    58                 <br/><br/><hr class="Style1"/><br/><br/>
    59 
    60                 Now you should see that page of the report.
    61                 <br/><br/>
    62                 <span class="Indent22">
    63                         <img src="contentfile/image/resource/5clicks5.png" width="700" 
    64                         title="County list on the Community Selection Page"
    65                         alt="County list on the Community Selection Page"/>
     35                <span class="Indent">
     36                        <img src="contentfile/image/resource/2clicks3.png" width="950"
     37                        title="County default report Page"
     38                        alt="County default report Page"/>
    6639                </span>
    6740
    68                 <br/><br/><br/>
    69                 <span class="LargerFont">And, guess what! It was really only FOUR clicks!</span>
    70                 <br/><br/>
    7141                <br/><br/>
    7242                <ibis:include href="../../text/Suggestions.xml"/><br/><br/>
  • adopters/nm/trunk/src/main/webapps/nmibis-content/xml/html_content/resource/CHA_Resources.xml

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    3535                                                                        <TITLE>NM American Indian Tribes Map</TITLE>
    3636                                                                        <DESCRIPTION>Map of NM tribes.</DESCRIPTION>
    37                                                                         <URL>/contentfile/image/NMAmIndMap.jpg</URL>
     37                                                                        <URL>/contentfileresource//image/NMAmIndMap.jpg</URL>
    3838                                                                </SELECTION>
    3939                                                                <SELECTION>
     
    164164                                                                                        <TITLE>Health Regions Map: .PNG file NO region names superimposed</TITLE>
    165165                                                                                        <DESCRIPTION>.PNG file, no region labels</DESCRIPTION>
    166                                                                                         <URL>/contentfile/image/HealthRegions2012.png</URL>
     166                                                                                        <URL>/contentfile/resource/image/HealthRegions2012.png</URL>
    167167                                                                                </SELECTION>
    168168                                                                                <SELECTION>
     
    174174                                                                                        <TITLE>Health Regions Map: .PNG file WITH region names superimposed</TITLE>
    175175                                                                                        <DESCRIPTION>.PNG file, with region labels on map</DESCRIPTION>
    176                                                                                         <URL>/contentfile/image/HealthRegions2012_RegionLabels.png</URL>
     176                                                                                        <URL>/contentfile/resource/image/HealthRegions2012_RegionLabels.png</URL>
    177177                                                                                </SELECTION>
    178178                                                                                <SELECTION>
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    183183                                                                                <SELECTION>
     
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    210210                                                                                        <DESCRIPTION>Metropolitan, Small Metro, Mixed Urban/Rural and Rural New Mexico counties.</DESCRIPTION>
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    212212                                                                                </SELECTION>
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    233233                                        <SELECTIONS>
    234234                                                <SELECTION>
    235                                                         <TITLE>NM Community Health Council Health Councils Plans, Profiles and Websites (exits IBIS)</TITLE>
    236                                                         <DESCRIPTION>Clicking here will take you to the NMDOH Webpage for CHCs. USE YOUR BROWSER'S
    237                                                         BACK BUTTON TO RETURN TO NM-IBIS.</DESCRIPTION>
    238                                                         <URL>http://www.health.state.nm.us/councils.html</URL>
    239                                                 </SELECTION>
    240                                                 <SELECTION>
    241                                                         <TITLE>New Mexico Community Health Assessment and Planning Guidebook (2009)</TITLE>
    242                                                         <DESCRIPTION>The Guidebook that Cora Halasan and Ron Hale put together for
    243                                                         county and tribal health councils to use (Revised 2/09).</DESCRIPTION>
    244                                                         <URL>/contentfile/docs/CHA/CHIProfilePlanGuide_R2.doc</URL>
    245                                                 </SELECTION>
    246                                                 <SELECTION>
    247                                                         <TITLE>Community Health Improvement Planning Framework (2009)</TITLE>
    248                                                         <DESCRIPTION>The Planning Framework document produced by the Office of Health Promotion
    249                                                                 and Community Health Improvement that outlines the community health profile, community
    250                                                                 health improvement (CHI) plan and the health council annual workplan. (Revised 1/09).</DESCRIPTION>
    251                                                         <URL>/contentfile/docs/CHA/PlanningFrameworkJan_09.doc</URL>
     235                                                        <TITLE>2-Clicks to New Mexico IBIS Community Health Profiles!</TITLE>
     236                                                        <DESCRIPTION>2ClicksCHH page.</DESCRIPTION>
     237                                                        <LOCAL_URL>resource/2ClicksCHH.html</LOCAL_URL>
    252238                                                </SELECTION>
    253239                                        </SELECTIONS>
     
    258244                                        <SELECTIONS>
    259245                                                <SELECTION>
    260                                                         <TITLE>Healthy People 2020 (exits IBIS)</TITLE>
     246                                                        <TITLE>Healthy People 2030 (exits IBIS)</TITLE>
    261247                                                        <DESCRIPTION>Measurable objectives and goals that are applicable at the national,
    262248                                                                State, and local levels. Provides clear definitions for over 1,000 objectives/indicators
     
    264250                                                        </DESCRIPTION>
    265251                                                        <URL>http://www.healthypeople.gov</URL>
    266                                                 </SELECTION>
    267                                                 <SELECTION>
    268                                                         <TITLE>Health Indicators Warehouse (exits IBIS)</TITLE>
    269                                                         <DESCRIPTION>Pre-constructed national, state, and local level indicators including:<br/>
    270                                                                 -Healthy People 2020 indicators<br/>
    271                                                                 -County Health Rankings indicators<br/>
    272                                                                 -Community Health Status Indicators (CHSI) indicators<br/>
    273                                                                 -Medicare quality and utilization indicators.
    274                                                         </DESCRIPTION>
    275                                                         <URL>http://www.countyhealthrankings.org/</URL>
    276252                                                </SELECTION>
    277253                                                <SELECTION>
     
    284260                                                </SELECTION>
    285261                                                <SELECTION>
    286                                                         <TITLE>Community Health Status Indicators (CHSI) Project (exits IBIS)</TITLE>
    287                                                         <DESCRIPTION>Includes 3,141 county health status profiles representing each county
    288                                                                 in the United States. CDC, ASTHO, Johns Hopkins (the original initiative also
    289                                                                 included HRSA and Public Health Foundation sponsorship).
    290                                                         </DESCRIPTION>
    291                                                         <URL>http://communityhealth.hhs.gov/</URL>
    292                                                 </SELECTION>
    293                                                 <SELECTION>
    294262                                                        <TITLE>Kaiser Family Foundation State Health Facts (exits IBIS)</TITLE>
    295263                                                        <DESCRIPTION>Health status and health system indicators by state.</DESCRIPTION>
    296                                                         <URL>http://www.statehealthfacts.org/</URL>
     264                                                        <URL>https://www.kff.org/statedata/</URL>
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    298266                                        </SELECTIONS>
     
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    306                                                         <DESCRIPTION>A training module for Public Health Assessment developed by the CDC.</DESCRIPTION>
    307                                                         <URL>http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/products/training/phd-osp.htm</URL>
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    8                 Assessing the health status of the population is a core function of public health<a href="#Bib-1">(1)</a>,
    9                 and the New Mexico Department of Health is committed to providing health assessment information for
    10                 both the state and New Mexico communities. Accurate and timely information about the current health
    11                 status will support effective planning and decision-making for improving health outcomes. In addition
     8                Assessing population health is a core function of public health<a href="#Bib-1">1</a>.
     9                Accurate and timely information about the current health status will support effective planning and
     10                decision-making for improving health outcomes at both the state and local levels. In addition
    1211                to the benefits that key indicator systems provide in general<a href="#Bib-2">(2)</a>, having a common
    1312                set of core health status measures can help communities conduct health assessments and identify priority
    14                 health issues<a href="#Bib-3">(3)</a>. The 46 Community Health Status Indicators (CHSIs) provide consistent and
    15                 comparable health assessment information for New Mexico Department of Health and our community
    16                 partners to work collaboratively to improve community health.
    17                 <br/><br/>
    18                 Data and information for the 46 CHSIs may be found in NM-IBIS indicator reports (accessed by clicking on
    19                 the hypertext links in the table, below). Additional online reports also provide CHSI summary information
    20                 by New Mexico community. The NM-IBIS <a href="community/snapshot/Builder.html">Community Snaphot Reports</a>
    21                 provide community, state, and U.S. indicator values in a single table for quick comparison. The
    22                 <a href="community/snapshot/Builder.html">Community Health Highlight Reports</a> provide the same
    23                 community, state, and U.S. indicator values with one page of information for each health indicator. The
    24                 online report format for all NM-IBIS indicator reports allows programs across the Department to update
    25                 the reports in one place, as soon as new data and information become available, and provide the information
    26                 in three convenient formats: indicator reports, snapshot reports, and community health highlight reports.
    27                 <br/><br/>
    28                
     13                health issues<a href="#Bib-3">(3)</a>. The Community Health Status Indicators (CHSIs) provide consistent and
     14                comparable health assessment information to work collaboratively to improve community health.
     15                <br/><br/>
     16                Data and information for the 51 individual CHSIs may be found in NM-IBIS indicator reports (accessed by
     17                clicking on the hypertext links in the table, below). The NM-IBIS Community Reports use the CHSIs to
     18                provide community, state, and U.S. data in a single table for quick comparison. The community reports
     19                are available for <a href="community/indicators/HealthStatusOutcomes/GeoCnty">counties,</a>
     20                <a href="community/indicators/HealthStatusOutcomes/RacEthDOH.html">race and ethnic groups,</a> and other New
     21                Mexico populations.
     22                <br/><br/>
     23                Clicking on the "Community Reports" tab, above, will expand the full community reports menu.
     24                <br/><br/>
     25
    2926                <table class="Info">
    3027                        <tr>
    31                                 <th class="ColoredBlock" colspan="3">RISK AND RESILIENCY FACTORS</th>
     28                                <th colspan="3" ><h2>POPULATION CHARACTERISTICS</h2></th>
    3229                        </tr>
    3330                        <tr>
     
    3734                        </tr>
    3835                        <tr>
    39                                 <td><a href="indicator/view/PhysicalActAdult.Cnty.html">Adult Physical Activity</a></td>
    40                                 <td>Among adults, the proportion who engage in aerobic physical activity of at least moderate intensity for at least 150 minutes/week, or 75 minutes/week of vigorous intensity, or an equivalent combination.</td>
    41                                 <td>Chronic Disease Prevention and Control Bureau, Public Health Division</td>
    42                         </tr>
    43                         <tr>
    44                                 <td><a href="indicator/view/PhysicalActYouth.Cnty.html">Adolescent Physical Activity</a></td>
    45                                 <td>Students who were physically active for a total of at least 60 minutes per day.</td>
    46                                 <td>Youth Risk and Resiliency Survey, Injury and Behavioral Epidemiology Bureau, Epidemiology and Response Division</td>
    47                         </tr>
    48                         <tr>
    49                                 <td><a href="indicator/view/NurtiAdultFruitVeg.Cnty.html">Adult Fruit and Vegetable Consumption</a></td>
    50                                 <td>Percentage of adults who report consuming fruits and vegetables five or more times per day. </td>
    51                                 <td>Chronic Disease Prevention and Control Bureau, Public Health Division</td>
    52                         </tr>
    53                         <tr>
    54                                 <td><a href="indicator/view/NutriYouthFruitVeg.Cnty.html">Adolescent Fruit and Vegetable Consumption</a></td>
    55                                 <td>Percentage of high school students who ate five or more servings of fruits or vegetables per day.</td>
    56                                 <td>Youth Risk and Resiliency Survey, Injury and Behavioral Epidemiology Bureau, Epidemiology and Response Division</td>
    57                         </tr>
    58                         <tr>
    59                                 <td><a href="indicator/view/ObesityAdult.Cnty.html">Adult Obesity</a></td>
    60                                 <td>The percentage of BRFSS respondents whose self-reported height and weight corresponds to a Body Mass Index (BMI) equal to or greater than 30.0.</td>
    61                                 <td>Chronic Disease Prevention and Control Bureau, Public Health Division</td>
    62                         </tr>
    63                         <tr>
    64                                 <td><a href="indicator/view/ObesityYouth.Cnty.html">Adolescent Obesity</a></td>
    65                                 <td>The percentage of YRRS respondents whose self-reported height and weight corresponding to a Body Mass Index (BMI) equal to or greater than the 95th percentile for their age and sex.</td>
    66                                 <td>Youth Risk and Resiliency Survey, Injury and Behavioral Epidemiology Bureau, Epidemiology and Response Division</td>
    67                         </tr>
    68                         <tr>
    69                                 <td><a href="indicator/view/TobaccoSmokeAdult.Cnty.html">Adult Cigarette Smoking Prevalence</a></td>
    70                                 <td>A current smoker is defined as a person 18 years or older who has smoked more than 100 cigarettes in his or her lifetime and currently smokes every day or some days.</td>
    71                                 <td>Tobacco Use Prevention and Control Program, Chronic Disease Prevention and Control Bureau, Public Health Division</td>
    72                         </tr>
    73                         <tr>
    74                                 <td><a href="indicator/view/TobaccoSmokeYouth.Cnty.html">Youth Cigarette Smoking Prevalence</a></td>
    75                                 <td>A current smoker is defined as a youth in grades 9-12 in a NM public high school who smoked cigarettes on one or more days in the past month.</td>
    76                                 <td>Tobacco Use Prevention and Control Program, Chronic Disease Prevention and Control Bureau, Public Health Division</td>
    77                         </tr>
    78                         <tr>
    79                                 <td><a href="indicator/view/CareSuppRelatFamily.Cnty.html">Youth With a Caring and Supportive Relationship in the Family</a></td>
    80                                 <td>Students in grades 9-12 who reported that they had a parent or some other adult in the home who was interested in them, talked with them about their problems, and listened to them when they had something to say.</td>
    81                                 <td>Youth Risk and Resiliency Survey, Injury and Behavioral Epidemiology Bureau, Epidemiology and Response Division</td>
    82                         </tr>
    83                         <tr>
    84                                 <td><a href="indicator/view/FoodInsec.Overall.Cnty.html">Food Insecurity Rate</a></td>
    85                                 <td>Lack of access, at times, to enough food for an active, healthy life for all household members and limited or uncertain availability of nutritionally adequate foods.</td>
    86                                 <td>Community Health Assessment Program, Epidemiology and Response Division</td>
    87                         </tr>
    88                         <tr>
    89                                 <th colspan="3" class="ColoredBlock">HEALTH CARE SERVICES AND SYSTEMS</th>
     36                                <td><a href="indicator/view/PopDemoChildPov.Cnty.html">Child Poverty</a></td>
     37                                <td>Percentage of Children Under Age 18 Living in Poverty</td>
     38                                <td>Community Health Assessment Program, Epidemiology and Response Division</td>
     39                        </tr>
     40                        <tr>
     41                                <td><a href="indicator/view/PopDemoDisability.Cnty.html">Persons with Disability (Under Development)</a></td>
     42                                <td>Percentage of Persons with a Disability</td>
     43                                <td>Community Health Assessment Program, Epidemiology and Response Division</td>
     44                        </tr>
     45                        <tr>
     46                                <td><a href="indicator/view/HSGraduation.Cnty.html">High School Graduation Rates</a></td>
     47                                <td>Percentage of New Mexico High School students who graduated within four years</td>
     48                                <td>Community Health Assessment Program, Epidemiology and Response Division</td>
     49                        </tr>
     50                        <tr>
     51                                <td><a href="indicator/view/EduUniversPreK.Cnty.html">Universal Pre-Kindergarten (Under Development)</a></td>
     52                                <td>Under Development</td>
     53                                <td>Community Health Assessment Program, Epidemiology and Response Division</td>
     54                        </tr>
     55                        <tr>
     56                                <td><a href="indicator/view/Unemploy.Cnty.html">Unemployment</a></td>
     57                                <td>The percentage of the civilian labor force that was not employed and seeking employment</td>
     58                                <td>Community Health Assessment Program, Epidemiology and Response Division</td>
     59                        </tr>
     60                        <tr>
     61                                <td><a href="indicator/view/PopDemoDependRatio.Cnty.html">Age Dependency Ratio</a></td>
     62                                <td>The population aged 0-14 and those aged 65 and over compared those aged 15-64</td>
     63                                <td>Community Health Assessment Program, Epidemiology and Response Division</td>
     64                        </tr>
     65                        <tr>
     66                                <th colspan="3" class="ColoredBlock"><h2>HEALTH CARE SERVICES</h2></th>
    9067                        </tr>
    9168                        <tr>
     
    9572                        </tr>
    9673                        <tr>
    97                                 <td><a href="indicator/view/HlthInsurCensus.Age0-64.Cnty.html">Health Insurance Coverage</a></td>
    98                                 <td>The percentage of New Mexicans age 0 to 64 years without health insurance coverage at the time of the survey.</td>
    99                                 <td>Community Health Assessment Program, Epidemiology and Response Division</td>
    100                         </tr>
    101                         <tr>
    102                                 <td><a href="indicator/view/PrenCare.Cnty.html">Prenatal Care in the First Trimester</a></td>
    103                                 <td>The percentage of live births in the reporting period for which prenatal care was received in the first trimester.</td>
     74                                <td><a href="indicator/view/HlthInsurCensus.Cnty.html">Health Insurance Coverage</a></td>
     75                                <td>Percentage of persons age 0 to 64 years who were reported to have lacked health insurance coverage (Census Bureau, SAHIE Program)</td>
     76                                <td>Community Health Assessment Program, Epidemiology and Response Division</td>
     77                        </tr>
     78                        <tr>
     79                                <td><a href="indicator/view/HlthCarePriProv.Cnty.html">Primary Medical Provider</a></td>
     80                                <td>Percentage of surveyed adults from the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) who answered "no"
     81                                        to the question: Do you have one or more persons you think of as your personal doctor or health care provider?</td>
     82                                <td>Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, Injury and Behavioral Epidemiology Bureau, Epidemiology and Response Division</td>
     83                        </tr>
     84                        <tr>
     85                                <td><a href="indicator/view/HlthCareAccessMedCost.Cnty.html">Medical Care Cost</a></td>
     86                                <td>Percentage of surveyed adults from the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) who reported they were unable to get needed care because of cost</td>
     87                                <td>Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, Injury and Behavioral Epidemiology Bureau, Epidemiology and Response Division</td>
     88                        </tr>
     89                        <tr>
     90                                <td><a href="indicator/view/PrenCare.Cnty.html">Prenatal Care</a></td>
     91                                <td>Percentage of live-born infants whose mothers reported having received prenatal care in the first trimester
     92                                        of that pregnancy</td>
    10493                                <td>Maternal/Child Health Program, Family Health Bureau, Public Health Division</td>
    10594                        </tr>
    10695                        <tr>
    107                                 <td><a href="indicator/view/ImmunInfluenzaAdult.Cnty.html">Influenza Vaccination, Adults Age 65+</a></td>
    108                                 <td>The estimated percentage of New Mexico adults age 65 and older with a current influenza immunization as reported by the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System.</td>
    109                                 <td>New Mexico Immunization Program, Infectious Disease Bureau, Epidemiology and Response Division</td>
    110                         </tr>
    111                         <tr>
    112                                 <td><a href="indicator/view/MedicaidEnroll.Cnty.html">Medicaid Enrollment</a></td>
    113                                 <td>The monthly percentage of the population enrolled in Medicaid, averaged over the months in the measurement period.</td>
    114                                 <td>Community Health Assessment Program, Epidemiology and Response Division</td>
    115                         </tr>
    116                         <tr>
    117                                 <td><a href="indicator/view/CancerScrMammo.Cnty.html">Mammography for Women Ages 50-74 Years</a></td>
    118                                 <td>Percentage of women ages 50-74 years who have had a mammogram in the past two years.</td>
    119                                 <td>Chronic Disease Prevention and Control Bureau, Public Health Division</td>
    120                         </tr>
    121                         <tr>
    122                                 <td><a href="indicator/view/HlthCarePriCareProviders.Cnty.html">Primary Care Providers</a></td>
    123                                 <td>Ratio of Population to Primary Care Providers.</td>
    124                                 <td>Community Health Assessment Program, Epidemiology and Response Division</td>
    125                         </tr>
    126                         <tr>
    127                                 <td><a href="indicator/view/OralHlthDentVisit.Cnty.html">Adult Annual Dental Visit</a></td>
    128                                 <td>Percentage of adults who last visited a dentist or a dental clinic in the last 12 months. Visits may have been for any reason, including visits to dental specialists, such as orthodontists.</td>
    129                                 <td>Office of Oral Health, Health Systems Bureau</td>
    130                         </tr>
    131                        
    132                         <tr>
    133                                 <th colspan="3" class="ColoredBlock">HEALTH OUTCOMES</th>
     96                                <td><a href="indicator/view/KindergartenImm.Cnty.html">Kindergarten Immunization Status  (Under Development)</a></td>
     97                                <td>Under Development</td>
     98                                <td>New Mexico Immunization Program, Infectious Disease Bureau, Public Health Division</td>
     99                        </tr>
     100                        <tr>
     101                                <td><a href="indicator/view/CancerScrMammo.Cnty.html">Mammography Screening</a></td>
     102                                <td>Percentage of women ages 50-74 years from the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) who reported
     103                                        they had had a mammogram within the past two years</td>
     104                                <td>Cancer Prevention and Control Section, Population and Community Health Bureau, Public Health Division</td>
     105                        </tr>
     106                        <tr>
     107                                <td><a href="indicator/view/OralHlthDentVisit.Cnty.html">Dental Visits</a></td>
     108                                <td>Percentage of adults from the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) who reported they had
     109                                        had a dental visit in the past 12 months</td>
     110                                <td>Office of Oral Health, Chronic Disease Prevention and Control Bureau, Public Health Division</td>
     111                        </tr>
     112                        <tr>
     113                                <th colspan="3" class="ColoredBlock"><h2>LIFESTYLE AND RISK FACTORS</h2></th>
    134114                        </tr>
    135115                        <tr>
     
    139119                        </tr>
    140120                        <tr>
    141                                 <td><a href="indicator/view/LowBirthWt.Cnty.html">Low Birthweight</a></td>
    142                                 <td>The percentage of all live births in which infants weighed under 2,500 grams.</td>
    143                                 <td>Maternal/Child Health Program, Family Health Bureau, Public Health Division</td>
    144                         </tr>
    145                         <tr>
    146                                 <td><a href="indicator/view/BirthTeen.15_17.Cnty.html">Teen Births</a></td>
    147                                 <td>The number of births to females in the age group per 1,000 of the age group female population.</td>
    148                                 <td>Family Planning Program, Family Health Bureau, Public Health Division</td>
    149                         </tr>
    150                         <tr>
    151                                 <td><a href="indicator/view/AsthmaHospDisChild.Cnty.html">Asthma Hospitalizations Among Children</a></td>
    152                                 <td>An admission to the hospital by a New Mexico child aged 0-14 years, that occurs in state with asthma listed as the primary (first-listed) diagnosis. Asthma hospitalizations include those with ICD-9 codes 493.0-493.92.</td>
    153                                 <td>Asthma Program, Environmental Health Epidemiology Bureau, Epidemiology and Response Division</td>
    154                         </tr>
    155                         <tr>
    156                                 <td><a href="indicator/view/AlcoholRelatedDth.Cnty.html">Alcohol-related Deaths</a></td>
    157                                 <td>Alcohol-related death is defined as the total number of deaths attributed to alcohol per 100,000 population (age-adjusted).</td>
    158                                 <td>Substance Abuse Epidemiology, Injury and Behavioral Epidemiology Bureau, Epidemiology and Response Division</td>
    159                         </tr>
    160                         <tr>
    161                                 <td><a href="indicator/view/AlcoholRelatedDthChronic.Cnty.html">Alcohol-related Chronic Disease Deaths</a></td>
    162                                 <td>Alcohol-related chronic disease death is defined as the number of chronic disease deaths attributed to alcohol per 100,000 population (age-adjusted).</td>
    163                                 <td>Substance Abuse Epidemiology, Injury and Behavioral Epidemiology Bureau, Epidemiology and Response Division</td>
    164                         </tr>
    165                         <tr>
    166                                 <td><a href="indicator/view/AlcoholRelatedDthInjury.Cnty.html">Alcohol-related Injury Deaths</a></td>
    167                                 <td>Alcohol-related injury death is defined as the number of injury deaths attributed to alcohol per 100,000 population (age-adjusted).</td>
    168                                 <td>Substance Abuse Epidemiology, Injury and Behavioral Epidemiology Bureau, Epidemiology and Response Division</td>
    169                         </tr>
    170                         <tr>
    171                                 <td><a href="indicator/view/DrugOverdoseDth.Cnty.html">Deaths due to Drug Overdose</a></td>
    172                                 <td>Deaths caused by drug overdose per 100,000 population (age-adjusted). Drug overdose deaths are those in which drug overdose is the primary cause, whether unintentional or intentional.</td>
    173                                 <td>Substance Abuse Epidemiology, Injury and Behavioral Epidemiology Bureau, Epidemiology and Response Division</td>
    174                         </tr>
    175                         <tr>
    176                                 <td><a href="indicator/view/CardioVasDiseaseHeartDeath.Cnty.html">Heart Disease Deaths</a></td>
    177                                 <td>Heart disease deaths per 100,000 population (age-adjusted).</td>
    178                                 <td>Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention Program, Chronic Disease Prevention and Control Bureau, Public Health Division</td>
    179                         </tr>
    180                         <tr>
    181                                 <td><a href="indicator/view/CardioVasDiseaseStrokeDeath.Cnty.html">Stroke Deaths</a></td>
    182                                 <td>Stroke deaths per 100,000 population (age-adjusted).</td>
    183                                 <td>Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention Program, Chronic Disease Prevention and Control Bureau, Public Health Division</td>
    184                         </tr>
    185                         <tr>
    186                                 <td><a href="indicator/view/DiabDeath.Cnty.html">Diabetes Deaths</a></td>
    187                                 <td>Diabetes deaths per 100,000 population (age-adjusted).</td>
    188                                 <td>Diabetes Prevention and Control Program, Chronic Disease Prevention and Control Bureau, Public Health Division</td>
    189                         </tr>
    190                         <tr>
    191                                 <td><a href="indicator/view/DiabHosp.PriDiagnosis.Cnty.html">Diabetes Hospitalizations</a></td>
    192                                 <td>The number of hospital inpatient discharges per 10,000 persons where diabetes, ICD9-CM codes 250 - 250.9, was either the primary or a contributing condition.</td>
    193                                 <td>Diabetes Prevention and Control Program, Chronic Disease Prevention and Control Bureau, Public Health Division</td>
    194                         </tr>
    195                         <tr>
    196                                 <td><a href="indicator/view/CancerDeathBre.Cnty.html">Female Breast Cancer Deaths</a></td>
    197                                 <td>Female Breast Cancer Deaths per 100,000 population (age-adjusted).</td>
    198                                 <td>Cancer Prevention and Control Section, Chronic Disease Prevention and Control Bureau, Public Health Division</td>
    199                         </tr>
    200                         <tr>
    201                                 <td><a href="indicator/view/CancerDeathLung.Cnty.html">Lung Cancer Deaths</a></td>
    202                                 <td>Lung Cancer Deaths per 100,000 population (age-adjusted).</td>
    203                                 <td>Cancer Prevention and Control Section, Chronic Disease Prevention and Control Bureau, Public Health Division</td>
    204                         </tr>
    205                         <tr>
    206                                 <td><a href="indicator/view/InfluenzaPneumoDeath.Cnty.html">Influenza and Pneumonia Deaths</a></td>
    207                                 <td>Influenza and Pneumonia Deaths per 100,000 population (age-adjusted).</td>
    208                                 <td>Influenza Surveillance Program, Infectious Disease Epidemiology Bureau, Epidemiology and Response Division</td>
    209                         </tr>
    210                         <tr>
    211                                 <td><a href="indicator/view/Chlamydia.Cnty.html">Chlamydia Cases</a></td>
    212                                 <td>Chlamydia cases reported in the state of New Mexico per 100,000 population.</td>
    213                                 <td>Sexually-Transmitted Diseases Program, Infectious Disease Bureau</td>
    214                         </tr>
    215                         <tr>
    216                                 <td><a href="indicator/view/Pertussis.Cnty.html">Pertussis Cases</a></td>
    217                                 <td>The number of probable and confirmed cases of Pertussis per 100,000 population.</td>
    218                                 <td>Infectious Disease Epidemiology Bureau, Epidemiology and Response Division</td>
    219                         </tr>
    220                         <tr>
    221                                 <td><a href="indicator/view/InvasivePneumo.Cnty.html">Invasive Pneumococcal Disease Among Older Adults</a></td>
    222                                 <td>Rate per 100,000 of invasive pneumococcal disease in adults aged 65 years and older.</td>
    223                                 <td>Infectious Disease Epidemiology Bureau, Epidemiology and Response Division</td>
    224                         </tr>
    225                         <tr>
    226                                 <td><a href="indicator/view/InjuryUnintenDeath.Cnty.html">Unintentional Injury Deaths</a></td>
    227                                 <td>Deaths due to all causes of unintentional injury per 100,000 population (age-adjusted).</td>
    228                                 <td>Injury Epidemiology Unit, Injury and Behavioral Epidemiology Bureau, Epidemiology and Response Division</td>
    229                         </tr>
    230                         <tr>
    231                                 <td><a href="indicator/view/InjuryMVCDeath.Cnty.html">Motor Vehicle Traffic Crash Deaths</a></td>
    232                                 <td>The number of unintentional injury deaths due to motor vehicle traffic crashes per 100,000 population (age-adjusted).</td>
    233                                 <td>Injury Epidemiology Unit, Injury and Behavioral Epidemiology Bureau, Epidemiology and Response Division</td>
    234                         </tr>
    235                         <tr>
    236                                 <td><a href="indicator/view/InjuryFallsDeath.Cnty.html">Older Adult Fall Deaths</a></td>
    237                                 <td>Fall-related death rate is the number of unintentional injury deaths due to falls in persons age 65 years or older, per 100,000 population age 65 years or older.</td>
    238                                 <td>Injury Epidemiology Unit, Injury and Behavioral Epidemiology Bureau, Epidemiology and Response Division</td>
    239                         </tr>
    240                         <tr>
    241                                 <td><a href="indicator/view/SuicDeath.Cnty.html">Suicide Deaths</a></td>
    242                                 <td>Deaths attributed to suicide per 100,000 population (age-adjusted).</td>
    243                                 <td>New Mexico Violent Death Reporting System, Injury and Behavioral Epidemiology Bureau, Epidemiology and Response Division</td>
    244                         </tr>
    245                         <tr>
    246                                 <td><a href="indicator/view/ChildAbuse.Total.Cnty.html">Child Abuse Allegations</a></td>
    247                                 <td>The ratio of allegations of child abuse per 1,000 children under age 18.</td>
    248                                 <td>Community Health Assessment Program, Epidemiology and Response Division</td>
    249                         </tr>
    250                         <tr>
    251                                 <td><a href="indicator/view/MentHlthYouth.Cnty.html">Youth With Feelings of Sadness and Hopelessness</a></td>
    252                                 <td>Percentage of students grades 9-12 in a NM public school who felt so sad or hopeless almost every day for two weeks or more in a row that they stopped doing some usual activities during the past 12 months.</td>
    253                                 <td>Youth Risk and Resiliency Survey, Injury and Behavioral Epidemiology Bureau, Epidemiology and Response Division</td>
    254                         </tr>
    255                         <tr>
    256                                 <td><a href="indicator/view/MentHlthAdult.Cnty.html">Adult Frequent Mental Distress (past 30 days)</a></td>
    257                                 <td>Percentage of adults experiencing 6 or more of the last 30 days with mental health "not good."</td>
     121                                <td><a href="indicator/view/PhysicalActAdult.Cnty.html">Adult Physical Activity</a></td>
     122                                <td>Percentage of surveyed adults from the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) who reported they
     123                                        had the recommended level of physical activity</td>
    258124                                <td>Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, Injury and Behavioral Epidemiology Bureau, Epidemiology and Response Division</td>
    259125                        </tr>
    260126                        <tr>
    261                                 <td><a href="indicator/view/GenHlth.Cnty.html">Fair or Poor Health</a></td>
    262                                 <td>Percentage of adults aged 18 years and older who reported fair or poor general health.</td>
    263                                 <td>Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, Injury and Behavioral Epidemiology Bureau, Epidemiology and Response Division</td>
    264                         </tr>
    265                         <tr>
    266                                 <td><a href="indicator/view/LifeExpect65.Cnty.html">Life Expectancy from Age 65</a></td>
    267                                 <td>Expected average number of years of life (or a person's age at death) for individuals who were born into a particular population.</td>
    268                                 <td>Community Health Assessment Program, Epidemiology and Response Division</td>
    269                         </tr>
    270                        
    271                         <tr>
    272                                 <th colspan="3" class="ColoredBlock">POPULATION CHARACTERISTICS</th>
     127                                <td><a href="indicator/view/PhysicalActYouth.Cnty.html">Adolescent Physical Activity</a></td>
     128                                <td>Percentage of high school students from the Youth Risk &amp; Resiliency Survey (YRSS) who reported they had
     129                                        the recommended level of physical activity</td>
     130                                <td>Youth Risk and Resiliency Survey, Injury and Behavioral Epidemiology Bureau, Epidemiology and Response Division</td>
     131                        </tr>
     132                        <tr>
     133                                <td><a href="indicator/view/NutriAdultFruitVeg.Cnty.html">5-a-Day</a></td>
     134                                <td>Percentage of adults who reported consuming 5+ fruits and vegetables each day</td>
     135                                <td>Population and Community Health Bureau, Public Health Division</td>
     136                        </tr>
     137                        <tr>
     138                                <td><a href="indicator/view/FoodInsec.Overall.Cnty.html">Food Insecurity</a></td>
     139                                <td>The percentage of persons of all ages of living in food-insecure households</td>
     140                                <td>Population and Community Health Bureau, Public Health Division</td>
     141                        </tr>
     142                        <tr>
     143                                <td><a href="indicator/view/ObesityChild.Cnty.html">Child Obesity (Under Development)</a></td>
     144                                <td>Under Development</td>
     145                                <td>Obesity, Nutrition, and Physical Activity Program, Population and Community Health Bureau, Public Health Division</td>
     146                        </tr>
     147                        <tr>
     148                                <td><a href="indicator/view/ObesityYouth.Cnty.html">Youth Obesity</a></td>
     149                                <td>The percentage of high school students  from the Youth Risk &amp; Resiliency Survey (YRRS) who reported
     150                                        heights and weights that results in a BMI that put them in the 95th percentile or higher for their age and sex</td>
     151                                <td>Obesity, Nutrition, and Physical Activity Program, Population and Community Health Bureau, Public Health Division</td>
     152                        </tr>
     153                        <tr>
     154                                <td><a href="indicator/view/ObesityAdult.Cnty.html">Adult Obesity</a></td>
     155                                <td>Percentage of adults from the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) survey who reported heights and
     156                                        weights that resulted in a BMI equal to or greater than 30.0</td>
     157                                <td>Obesity, Nutrition, and Physical Activity Program, Population and Community Health Bureau, Public Health Division</td>
     158                        </tr>
     159                        <tr>
     160                                <td><a href="indicator/view/TobaccoSmokeAdult.Cnty.html">Adult Smoking</a></td>
     161                                <td>Percentage of adults from the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) survey who reported they had
     162                                        smoked more than 100 cigarettes in their lifetime and currently smoked every day or some days</td>
     163                                <td>Tobacco Use Prevention and Control Program, Population and Community Health Bureau, Public Health Division</td>
     164                        </tr>
     165                        <tr>
     166                                <td><a href="indicator/view/TobaccoSmokeYouth.Cnty.html">Youth Smoking</a></td>
     167                                <td>The percentage of high school students from the Youth Risk &amp; Resiliency Survey (YRRS) who reported
     168                                        they had smoked cigarettes on one or more days in the past month</td>
     169                                <td>Tobacco Use Prevention and Control Program, Population and Community Health Bureau, Public Health Division</td>
     170                        </tr>
     171                        <tr>
     172                                <td><a href="indicator/view/TobaccoSmokeECigYouth.Cnty.html">Youth E-smoking</a></td>
     173                                <td>The percentage of high school students  from the Youth Risk &amp; Resiliency Survey (YRRS) who reported
     174                                        they had used e-cigarettes or other electronic vapor products on one or more days in the past month</td>
     175                                <td>Tobacco Use Prevention and Control Program, Population and Community Health Bureau, Public Health Division</td>
     176                        </tr>
     177                        <tr>
     178                                <td><a href="indicator/view/YouthResilAdultInterestSchool.Cnty.html">Youth Resiliency - Adult Interested</a></td>
     179                                <td>The percentage of high school students from the Youth Risk &amp; Resiliency Survey (YRRS) who answered "A little,"
     180                                        "Pretty much," or "Very much true" to the question, "Outside of my home and school, there is an adult who really
     181                                        cares about me."</td>
     182                                <td>Youth Risk and Resiliency Survey, Injury and Behavioral Epidemiology Bureau, Epidemiology and Response Division</td>
     183                        </tr>
     184                        <tr>
     185                                <td><a href="indicator/view/YouthRiskHomeless.Cnty.html">Youth Housing Instability</a></td>
     186                                <td>The percentage of high school students from the Youth Risk &amp; Resiliency Survey (YRRS) who reported
     187                                        any response except "In my parent's or guardian's home" to the question, "During the past 30 days, where
     188                                        did you usually sleep at night?"</td>
     189                                <td>Youth Risk and Resiliency Survey, Injury and Behavioral Epidemiology Bureau, Epidemiology and Response Division</td>
     190                        </tr>
     191                        <tr>
     192                                <th colspan="3" class="ColoredBlock"><h2>HEALTH STATUS</h2></th>
    273193                        </tr>
    274194                        <tr>
     
    278198                        </tr>
    279199                        <tr>
    280                                 <td><a href="indicator/view/NMPopDemoChildPov.Cnty.html">Children in Poverty</a></td>
    281                                 <td>The estimated percentage of children under age 18 living in households whose income is at or below the federal poverty level.</td>
    282                                 <td>Community Health Assessment Program, Epidemiology and Response Division</td>
    283                         </tr>
    284                         <tr>
    285                                 <td><a href="indicator/view/NMPopDemoRacEth.Minority.Cnty.html">Race/Ethnicity</a></td>
    286                                 <td>The percentage of the population by race/ethnicity categories.</td>
    287                                 <td>Community Health Assessment Program, Epidemiology and Response Division</td>
    288                         </tr>
    289                         <tr>
    290                                 <td><a href="indicator/view/HSGraduation.Cnty.html">High School Graduation</a></td>
    291                                 <td>The percentage of students who began high school as a 9th grader and who then proceeded to graduate from high school 4 years later.</td>
    292                                 <td>Community Health Assessment Program, Epidemiology and Response Division</td>
    293                         </tr>
    294                         <tr>
    295                                 <td><a href="indicator/view/NMPopDemoEducBach.Cnty.html">Bachelor's Degree or Higher</a></td>
    296                                 <td>Percent of the population age 25 years and older who have a bachelor's degree or higher.</td>
    297                                 <td>Community Health Assessment Program, Epidemiology and Response Division</td>
    298                         </tr>
    299                         <tr>
    300                                 <td><a href="indicator/view/Unemploy.Cnty.html">Unemployment</a></td>
    301                                 <td>The percentage of the civilian labor force that was not employed and seeking employment.</td>
    302                                 <td>Community Health Assessment Program, Epidemiology and Response Division</td>
    303                         </tr>
    304                         <tr>
    305                                 <td><a href="indicator/view/NMPopDemoAge65.Cnty.html">Population Age 65 and Over</a></td>
    306                                 <td>Percentage of the population age 65 years and over.</td>
    307                                 <td>Community Health Assessment Program, Epidemiology and Response Division</td>
     200                                <td><a href="indicator/view/LowBirthWt.Cnty.html">Low Birthweight</a></td>
     201                                <td>Number of live births under 2,500 grams per 1,000 live births over the same time period</td>
     202                                <td>Maternal/Child Health Program, Family Health Bureau, Public Health Division</td>
     203                        </tr>
     204                        <tr>
     205                                <td><a href="indicator/view/BirthTeen.15_19.Cnty.html">Teen Birth Rate</a></td>
     206                                <td>Number of births to females in the age group per 1,000 girls of the same age group in the population</td>
     207                                <td>Family Planning Program, Family Health Bureau, Public Health Division</td>
     208                        </tr>
     209                        <tr>
     210                                <td><a href="indicator/view/InfluenzaPneumoDeath.Cnty.html">Influenza and Pneumonia Deaths</a></td>
     211                                <td>Number of deaths with an underlying cause of influenza or pneumonia per 100,000 persons in the population</td>
     212                                <td>Infectious Disease Epidemiology Bureau, Epidemiology and Response Division</td>
     213                        </tr>
     214                        <tr>
     215                                <td><a href="indicator/view/Syphilis.Cnty.html">Syphilis Cases</a></td>
     216                                <td>Number of primary, secondary, and early latent syphilis cases per 100,000 population</td>
     217                                <td>Sexually-Transmitted Diseases Program, Infectious Disease Bureau</td>
     218                        </tr>
     219                        <tr>
     220                                <td><a href="indicator/view/Pertussis.Cnty.html">Pertussis Cases</a></td>
     221                                <td>Number of pertussis cases per 100,000 population</td>
     222                                <td>Infectious Disease Epidemiology Bureau, Epidemiology and Response Division</td>
     223                        </tr>
     224                        <tr>
     225                                <td><a href="indicator/view/AsthmaHospDisChild.Cnty.html">Child Asthma Hospitalizations</a></td>
     226                                <td>Number of inpatient hospital discharges among children (under age 18) with a primary diagnosis of asthma</td>
     227                                <td>Asthma Control Program, Environmental Health Epidemiology Bureau, Epidemiology and Response Division</td>
     228                        </tr>
     229                        <tr>
     230                                <td><a href="indicator/view/CardioVasDiseaseHeartDeath.Cnty.html">Heart Disease Deaths</a></td>
     231                                <td>Number of deaths with an underlying cause of heart disease per 100,000 population</td>
     232                                <td>Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention Program, Population and Community Health Bureau, Public Health Division</td>
     233                        </tr>
     234                        <tr>
     235                                <td><a href="indicator/view/CardioVasDiseaseStrokeDeath.Cnty.html">Stroke Deaths</a></td>
     236                                <td>Number of deaths with an underlying cause of stroke per 100,000 population</td>
     237                                <td>Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention Program, Population and Community Health Bureau, Public Health Division</td>
     238                        </tr>
     239                        <tr>
     240                                <td><a href="indicator/view/DiabDeath.Cnty.html">Diabetes Deaths</a></td>
     241                                <td>Number of deaths with an underlying cause of diabetes per 100,000 population</td>
     242                                <td>Diabetes Prevention and Control Program, Population and Community Health Bureau, Public Health Division</td>
     243                        </tr>
     244                        <tr>
     245                                <td><a href="indicator/view/CancerDeathBre.Cnty.html">Female Breast Cancer Deaths</a></td>
     246                                <td>Number of deaths among females with an underlying cause of breast cancer per 100,000 population</td>
     247                                <td>Cancer Prevention and Control Section, Population and Community Health Bureau, Public Health Division</td>
     248                        </tr>
     249                        <tr>
     250                                <td><a href="indicator/view/CancerDeathLung.Cnty.html">Lung Cancer Deaths</a></td>
     251                                <td>Number of deaths with an underlying cause of lung cancer per 100,000 population</td>
     252                                <td>Cancer Prevention and Control Section, Population and Community Health Bureau, Public Health Division</td>
     253                        </tr>
     254                        <tr>
     255                                <td><a href="indicator/view/InjuryUnintenDeath.Cnty.html">Unintentional Injury Deaths</a></td>
     256                                <td>Number of unintentional injury deaths per 100,000 population</td>
     257                                <td>Injury Epidemiology Unit, Injury and Behavioral Epidemiology Bureau, Epidemiology and Response Division</td>
     258                        </tr>
     259                        <tr>
     260                                <td><a href="indicator/view/InjuryMVCDeath.Cnty.html">Motor Vehicle Traffic Crash Deaths</a></td>
     261                                <td>Number of motor vehicle traffic crash deaths per 100,000 Population</td>
     262                                <td>Injury Epidemiology Unit, Injury and Behavioral Epidemiology Bureau, Epidemiology and Response Division</td>
     263                        </tr>
     264                        <tr>
     265                                <td><a href="indicator/view/InjuryFallsDeath.Cnty.html">Older Adult Falls Deaths</a></td>
     266                                <td>Number of fall-related unintentional injury deaths among adults 65+ years of age</td>
     267                                <td>Injury Epidemiology Unit, Injury and Behavioral Epidemiology Bureau, Epidemiology and Response Division</td>
     268                        </tr>
     269                        <tr>
     270                                <td><a href="indicator/view/ChildAbuse.Victims.Cnty.html">Child Abuse</a></td>
     271                                <td>Number of substantiated individual victims of child abuse or neglect per 1,000 children under age 18 in the population</td>
     272                                <td>Community Health Assessment Program, Epidemiology and Response Division</td>
     273                        </tr>
     274                        <tr>
     275                                <td><a href="indicator/view/AlcoholRelatedDth.Cnty.html">Alcohol-related Deaths</a></td>
     276                                <td>Number of deaths attributed to alcohol per 100,000 population (attributable fraction using ARDI method)</td>
     277                                <td>Substance Abuse Epidemiology, Injury and Behavioral Epidemiology Bureau, Epidemiology and Response Division</td>
     278                        </tr>
     279                        <tr>
     280                                <td><a href="indicator/view/AlcoholRelatedDthChronic.Cnty.html">Alcohol-related Chronic Disease Deaths</a></td>
     281                                <td>Number of chronic disease deaths attributed to alcohol per 100,000 population (attributable fraction using ARDI method)</td>
     282                                <td>Substance Abuse Epidemiology, Injury and Behavioral Epidemiology Bureau, Epidemiology and Response Division</td>
     283                        </tr>
     284                        <tr>
     285                                <td><a href="indicator/view/AlcoholRelatedDthLiver.Cnty.html">Alcohol-related Chronic Liver Disease Deaths</a></td>
     286                                <td>Number of liver disease deaths attributed to alcohol per 100,000 population (attributable fraction using ARDI method)</td>
     287                                <td>Substance Abuse Epidemiology, Injury and Behavioral Epidemiology Bureau, Epidemiology and Response Division</td>
     288                        </tr>
     289                        <tr>
     290                                <td><a href="indicator/view/AlcoholRelatedDthInjury.Cnty.html">Alcohol-related Injury Deaths</a></td>
     291                                <td>Number of injury deaths attributed to alcohol per 100,000 population (attributable fraction using ARDI method)</td>
     292                                <td>Substance Abuse Epidemiology, Injury and Behavioral Epidemiology Bureau, Epidemiology and Response Division</td>
     293                        </tr>
     294                        <tr>
     295                                <td><a href="indicator/view/DrugOverdoseDth.Cnty.html">Drug Overdose Deaths</a></td>
     296                                <td>Number of drug overdose deaths per 100,000 population</td>
     297                                <td>Substance Abuse Epidemiology, Injury and Behavioral Epidemiology Bureau, Epidemiology and Response Division</td>
     298                        </tr>
     299                        <tr>
     300                                <td><a href="indicator/view/MentalHlthHospDisch.Cnty.html">Mental Health Hospitalizations (Under Development)</a></td>
     301                                <td>Under Development</td>
     302                                <td>Injury and Behavioral Epidemiology Bureau, Epidemiology and Response Division</td>
     303                        </tr>
     304                        <tr>
     305                                <td><a href="indicator/view/MentHlthYouth.Cnty.html">Youth Mental Health</a></td>
     306                                <td>The percentage of high school students from the Youth Risk &amp; Resiliency Survey (YRRS) who answered "Yes"
     307                                        to the question, "During the past 12 months, did you ever feel so sad or hopeless almost every day for two
     308                                        weeks or more in a row that you stopped doing some usual activities?"</td>
     309                                <td>Youth Risk and Resiliency Survey, Injury and Behavioral Epidemiology Bureau, Epidemiology and Response Division</td>
     310                        </tr>
     311                        <tr>
     312                                <td><a href="indicator/view/SuicDeath.Cnty.html">Suicide Deaths</a></td>
     313                                <td>Number of suicide deaths per 100,000 population</td>
     314                                <td>Injury and Behavioral Epidemiology Bureau, Epidemiology and Response Division</td>
     315                        </tr>
     316                        <tr>
     317                                <td><a href="indicator/view/MentHlthYouthSuicAtt.Cnty.html">Youth Suicide Attempts</a></td>
     318                                <td>The percentage of high school students from the Youth Risk &amp; Resiliency Survey (YRRS) who answered "one
     319                                        or more times" to the question, "During the past 12 months, how many times did you actually attempt suicide?"</td>
     320                                <td>Youth Risk and Resiliency Survey, Injury and Behavioral Epidemiology Bureau, Epidemiology and Response Division</td>
     321                        </tr>
     322                        <tr>
     323                                <td><a href="indicator/view/DeathDespair.Cnty.html">Deaths of Despair (Under Development)</a></td>
     324                                <td>Number of deaths from suicide, drug overdose and 100% alcohol-attributable causes per 100,000 population</td>
     325                                <td>Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics, Epidemiology and Response Division</td>
     326                        </tr>
     327                        <tr>
     328                                <td><a href="indicator/view/LifeExpectBirth.Cnty.html">Life Expectancy at Birth</a></td>
     329                                <td>Expected average number of years of life (or a person's age at death) for individuals who were born into a
     330                                        particular population</td>
     331                                <td>Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics, Epidemiology and Response Division</td>
    308332                        </tr>
    309333                </table>
  • adopters/nm/trunk/src/main/webapps/nmibis-content/xml/html_content/resource/EvidenceBased.xml

    r24708 r25014  
    2828                       
    2929                <a id="part1"/>
    30                 <p align="right"><a href="#TOP">Back to Top</a></p>                             
     30                <p align="right"><a href="#TOP">Back to Top</a></p>
    3131                <h1>Examples of Evidence-Based Practice</h1>
    3232               
     
    6262               
    6363                <a id="part2"/>
    64                 <p align="right"><a href="#TOP">Back to Top</a></p>                             
     64                <p align="right"><a href="#TOP">Back to Top</a></p>
    6565                <h1>Strength of Evidence</h1>
    6666               
     
    123123               
    124124                <a id="part3"/>
    125                 <p align="right"><a href="#TOP">Back to Top</a></p>                             
     125                <p align="right"><a href="#TOP">Back to Top</a></p>
    126126                <h1>Where do I find Evidence-Based Practices?</h1>
    127127               
     
    129129
    130130                <ul>
    131                         <li><a href="http://www.dhss.mo.gov/InterventionMICA">Missouri Information for Community Assessment (MICA)</a></li>
    132131                        <li><a href="http://www.thecommunityguide.org">The Community Guide</a></li>
    133132                        <li><a href="http://www.cdcnpin.org">CDC National Prevention Information Network (NPIN)</a></li>
    134                         <li><a href="http://www.nrepp.samhsa.gov/">SAMHSA's National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices (NREPP)</a></li>
     133                        <li><a href="https://www.samhsa.gov/resource-search/ebp">SAMHSA's Evidence-based Programs and Practices Resource Center)</a></li>
    135134                </ul><br/><br/>
    136135
    137136                <a id="part4"/>
    138                 <p align="right"><a href="#TOP">Back to Top</a></p>                             
     137                <p align="right"><a href="#TOP">Back to Top</a></p>
    139138                <h1>Research Methodologies for Cause-and-effect Relationships</h1>
    140139                                These three criteria must be met for a study to demonstrate a cause-and-effect relationship:<br/>
  • adopters/nm/trunk/src/main/webapps/nmibis-content/xml/query/module/acs/selections/ACSHousingSelections.xml

    r22961 r25014  
    237237                                                <ibis:include href='../text/DefaultGeo.xml' children-only-flag="true" /></div></div></span>
    238238                                        </th>
    239                                         <td class="Center"><a href='query/result/acs/ACSHousing/OwnerOcc.html'>select</a></td>
    240                                         <td class="Center"><a href='query/builder/acs/ACSHousing/OwnerOcc.html'>select</a></td>
     239                                        <td class="Center"><a href='query/result/acs/ACSHousing/OOUnits.html'>select</a></td>
     240                                        <td class="Center"><a href='query/builder/acs/ACSHousing/OOUnits.html'>select</a></td>
    241241                                </tr>
    242242                                <tr>
  • adopters/nm/trunk/src/main/webapps/nmibis-content/xml/query/module/birth/BirthLegisPop.xml

    r24838 r25014  
    100100                </CONFIGURATION>
    101101
     102                <CONFIGURATION><NAME>FertRate</NAME>
     103                        <TITLE>Age-specific Birth Rate</TITLE>
     104                        <DESCRIPTION>Live Births per 1,000 Female Population (Limit mother's age for age-specific fertility rate)</DESCRIPTION>
     105                        <DEFAULT_CATEGORY_DIMENSION_NAME>GeoProxy</DEFAULT_CATEGORY_DIMENSION_NAME>
     106                        <DEFAULT_MAP_NAME>DEFAULT_YelBluPur</DEFAULT_MAP_NAME>
     107                        <MEASURE_NAME>Rate1K</MEASURE_NAME>
     108                        <MEASURE_TITLE_OVERRIDE>Fertility Rate per 1,000 Female Population</MEASURE_TITLE_OVERRIDE>
     109                        <DATASET_ANCILLARY_VALUES>
     110                                <DATASET_ANCILLARY_VALUE>
     111                                        <ANCILLARY_VALUE_NAME>LowerConfidenceLimit</ANCILLARY_VALUE_NAME>
     112                                </DATASET_ANCILLARY_VALUE>
     113                                <DATASET_ANCILLARY_VALUE>
     114                                        <ANCILLARY_VALUE_NAME>UpperConfidenceLimit</ANCILLARY_VALUE_NAME>
     115                                </DATASET_ANCILLARY_VALUE>
     116                                <DATASET_ANCILLARY_VALUE>
     117                                        <ANCILLARY_VALUE_NAME>Numerator</ANCILLARY_VALUE_NAME>
     118                                        <ANCILLARY_VALUE_LABEL>Number of Live Births</ANCILLARY_VALUE_LABEL>
     119                                </DATASET_ANCILLARY_VALUE>
     120                                <DATASET_ANCILLARY_VALUE>
     121                                        <ANCILLARY_VALUE_NAME>Denominator</ANCILLARY_VALUE_NAME>
     122                                        <ANCILLARY_VALUE_LABEL>Number of Women in the Population</ANCILLARY_VALUE_LABEL>
     123                                </DATASET_ANCILLARY_VALUE>
     124                        </DATASET_ANCILLARY_VALUES>
     125                        <PARAMETERS>
     126                                <PARAMETER>
     127                                        <NAME>func</NAME>
     128                                        <VALUE>NM_Rate1K.def</VALUE>
     129                                </PARAMETER>
     130                                <PARAMETER>
     131                                        <NAME>pop_where</NAME>
     132                                        <VALUE>sex=2</VALUE> <!-- General fertility rate limits age to women 15-44, Fertility rate does not.-->
     133                                </PARAMETER>
     134                        </PARAMETERS>
     135                        <CRITERIA>
     136                                <EXCLUDE>
     137                                        <MAP_NAMES>
     138                                                <MAP_NAME>ReverseColor</MAP_NAME>
     139                                        </MAP_NAMES>
     140                                </EXCLUDE>
     141                        </CRITERIA>
     142                        <DATA_NOTES>
     143                                <ibis:include href="data_note/FertRate.xml"/>
     144                                <ibis:include href="data_note/ResidentOnly.xml"/>
     145                                <ibis:include href="data_note/MapGuidance.xml"/>
     146                                <ibis:include href="data_note/USDataWONDER.xml"/>
     147                        </DATA_NOTES>
     148                        <DATA_SOURCE_NAMES>
     149                                <DATA_SOURCE_NAME>BVRHS_Birth</DATA_SOURCE_NAME>
     150                                <DATA_SOURCE_NAME>GPS_PopEst</DATA_SOURCE_NAME>
     151                        </DATA_SOURCE_NAMES>
     152                        <DATA_ISSUES>
     153                                <ibis:include href="data_issue/PNC07.xml"/>
     154                                <ibis:include href="data_issue/PopDataIssues.xml"/>
     155                                <ibis:include href="data_issue/CI_for_0_Count.xml"/>
     156                        </DATA_ISSUES>
     157                </CONFIGURATION>
     158
    102159        </CONFIGURATIONS>
    103160
  • adopters/nm/trunk/src/main/webapps/nmibis-content/xml/query/module/birth/_BirthSelection.xml

    r20920 r25014  
    2424                        <ibis:include href="selections/BirthSelectionsSarea.xml"/>
    2525                </SECTION>
    26                 <SECTION xmlns:ibis="http://www.ibisph.org">
     26        <!--    <SECTION xmlns:ibis="http://www.ibisph.org">
    2727                        <TITLE>Birth Queries by New Mexico STATE LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT</TITLE>
    2828                        <ibis:include href="selections/BirthSelectionsLegis.xml"/>
    2929                </SECTION>
     30        -->
    3031                <SECTION xmlns:ibis="http://www.ibisph.org">
    3132                        <TITLE>Birth Queries by the SOCIAL DETERMINANTS OF HEALTH</TITLE>
  • adopters/nm/trunk/src/main/webapps/nmibis-content/xml/query/module/brfss/FallInjury3Cat.xml

    r24523 r25014  
    187187                </CONFIGURATION>
    188188        -->
    189                 <CONFIGURATION><NAME>FallInjuryAA11_</NAME>
     189        <!--    <CONFIGURATION><NAME>FallInjuryAA11_</NAME>
    190190                        <TITLE>Injured in a Fall in Last 12 Months (Adults Age 45+), Age-adjusted</TITLE>
    191191                        <DESCRIPTION><ibis:include href="text/FallInjury12mn.xml"/></DESCRIPTION>
     
    256256                        </CRITERIA>
    257257                </CONFIGURATION>
    258 
     258        -->
    259259        <!--    <CONFIGURATION><NAME>FallInjuryAA04_10</NAME>
    260260                        <TITLE>Injured in a Fall in Last 3 Months (Adults Age 45+), Age-adjusted</TITLE>
  • adopters/nm/trunk/src/main/webapps/nmibis-content/xml/query/module/brfss/selections/Injury2004_2010.xml

    r22961 r25014  
    1616                                        <th class="Value TopLine" width="137px">Customize Your <br/>Query First</th>
    1717                                </tr>
    18                                 <tr>
     18        <!--                    <tr>
    1919                                        <th>Adults Age 45+ Who Had a Fall
    2020                                                <span class='Help Popup FontIcon'><div class='Container'><div class='Content'>
     
    2727                                </tr>
    2828                                <tr>
    29                                         <th>Adults Age 45+ Injured in a Fall, All categories, Stratify by One Dimension)
     29                                        <th>Adults Age 45+ Injured in a Fall, All categories (Stratify by One Dimension)
    3030                                                <span class='Help Popup FontIcon'><div class='Container'><div class='Content'>
    3131                                                <ibis:include href='../text/FallInjury.xml' children-only-flag="true" /></div></div></span>
     
    3333                                        <td class="Center"><a href='query/result/brfss/FallInjury3Cat/FallInjury3CatCrude04_10.html'>select</a></td>
    3434                                        <td class="Center"><a href='query/builder/brfss/FallInjury3Cat/FallInjury3CatCrude04_10.html'>select</a></td>
    35                                         <td class="Center"><a href='query/result/brfss/FallInjury3Cat/FallInjury3CatAA04_10.html'>select</a></td>
    36                                         <td class="Center"><a href='query/builder/brfss/FallInjury3Cat/FallInjury3CatAA04_10.html'>select</a></td>
     35                                        <td class="Center">n/a</td>
     36                                        <td class="Center">n/a</td>
    3737                                </tr>
    3838                                <tr>
    39                                         <th>Adults Age 45+ Injured in a Fall - Chose Any One Category, Stratify by One or Two Dimensions
     39                                        <th>Adults Age 45+ Injured in a Fall - Chose Any One Category (Stratify by One or Two Dimensions)
    4040                                                <span class='Help Popup FontIcon'><div class='Container'><div class='Content'>
    4141                                                <ibis:include href='../text/FallInjury.xml' children-only-flag="true" /></div></div></span>
     
    4646                                        <td class="Center"><a href='query/builder/brfss/FallInjuryAnyCat/FallInjuryAnyCatAA04_10.html'>select</a></td>
    4747                                </tr>
     48        -->
    4849                                <tr>
    4950                                        <th>Seat Belt
  • adopters/nm/trunk/src/main/webapps/nmibis-content/xml/query/module/brfss/selections/Injury2011_.xml

    r22961 r25014  
    2727                                </tr>
    2828                                <tr>
    29                                         <th>Adults Age 45+ Injured in a Fall, All categories, Stratify by One Dimension)
     29                                        <th>Adults Age 45+ Injured in a Fall, All categories (Stratify by One Dimension)
    3030                                                <span class='Help Popup FontIcon'><div class='Container'><div class='Content'>
    3131                                                <ibis:include href='../text/FallInjury.xml' children-only-flag="true" /></div></div></span>
    3232                                        </th>
    33                                         <td class="Center"><a href='query/result/brfss/FallInjury3Cat/FallInjury3CatCrude11_.html'>select</a></td>
    34                                         <td class="Center"><a href='query/builder/brfss/FallInjury3Cat/FallInjury3CatCrude11_.html'>select</a></td>
    35                                         <td class="Center"><a href='query/result/brfss/FallInjury3Cat/FallInjury3CatAA11_.html'>select</a></td>
    36                                         <td class="Center"><a href='query/builder/brfss/FallInjury3Cat/FallInjury3CatAA11_.html'>select</a></td>
     33                                        <td class="Center"><a href='query/result/brfss/FallInjury3Cat/FallInjuryCrude11_.html'>select</a></td>
     34                                        <td class="Center"><a href='query/builder/brfss/FallInjury3Cat/FallInjuryCrude11_.html'>select</a></td>
     35                                        <td class="Center">n/a</td>
     36                                        <td class="Center">n/a</td>
    3737                                </tr>
    3838                                <tr>
    39                                         <th>Adults Age 45+ Injured in a Fall - Chose Any One Category, Stratify by One or Two Dimensions
     39                                        <th>Adults Age 45+ Injured in a Fall - Chose Any One Category(Stratify by One or Two Dimensions)
    4040                                                <span class='Help Popup FontIcon'><div class='Container'><div class='Content'>
    4141                                                <ibis:include href='../text/FallInjury.xml' children-only-flag="true" /></div></div></span>
    4242                                        </th>
    43                                         <td class="Center"><a href='query/result/brfss/FallInjuryAnyCat/FallInjuryAnyCatCrude11_.html'>select</a></td>
    44                                         <td class="Center"><a href='query/builder/brfss/FallInjuryAnyCat/FallInjuryAnyCatCrude11_.html'>select</a></td>
    45                                         <td class="Center"><a href='query/result/brfss/FallInjuryAnyCat/FallInjuryAnyCatAA11_.html'>select</a></td>
    46                                         <td class="Center"><a href='query/builder/brfss/FallInjuryAnyCat/FallInjuryAnyCatAA11_.html'>select</a></td>
     43                                        <td class="Center"><a href='query/result/brfss/FallInjuryAnyCat/FallInjuryCrude11_.html'>select</a></td>
     44                                        <td class="Center"><a href='query/builder/brfss/FallInjuryAnyCat/FallInjuryCrude11_.html'>select</a></td>
     45                                        <td class="Center"><a href='query/result/brfss/FallInjuryAnyCat/FallInjuryAA11_.html'>select</a></td>
     46                                        <td class="Center"><a href='query/builder/brfss/FallInjuryAnyCat/FallInjuryAA11_.html'>select</a></td>
    4747                                </tr>
    4848                                <tr>
  • adopters/nm/trunk/src/main/webapps/nmibis-content/xml/query/module/cancer/selections/CntySelections.xml

    r22961 r25014  
    3939                                        <td class="Center"><a href='query/builder/cancer/CancerCnty/CrudeRate.html'>select</a></td>
    4040                                </tr>
    41                                 <tr>
     41        <!--                    <tr>
    4242                                        <th>3-Year Rolling Averages - Crude Incidence Rates (Overlapping 3-year Groups)
    4343                                                <span class='Help Popup FontIcon'><div class='Container'><div class='Content'>
     
    4747                                        <td class="Center"><a href='query/builder/cancer/CancerCnty/CrudeRate3Yr.html'>select</a></td>
    4848                                </tr>
     49        -->
    4950                                <tr>
    5051                                        <th>5-Year Rolling Averages - Crude Incidence Rates (Overlapping 5-year Groups)
     
    7576                                        <td class="Center"><a href='query/builder/cancer/CancerCnty/AgeRate.html'>select</a></td>
    7677                                </tr>
    77                                 <tr>
     78        <!--                    <tr>
    7879                                        <th>3-Year Rolling Averages - Age-adjusted Incidence Rates (Overlapping 3-year Groups)
    7980                                                <span class='Help Popup FontIcon'><div class='Container'><div class='Content'>
     
    8384                                        <td class="Center"><a href='query/builder/cancer/CancerCnty/AgeRate3Yr.html'>select</a></td>
    8485                                </tr>
     86        -->
    8587                                <tr>
    8688                                        <th>5-Year Rolling Averages - Age-adjusted Incidence Rates (Overlapping 5-year Groups)
  • adopters/nm/trunk/src/main/webapps/nmibis-content/xml/query/module/idepi/_IDEpiSelection.xml

    r24761 r25014  
    172172                                <SELECTION>
    173173                                        <TITLE>Number of Cases (Count)</TITLE>
    174                                         <LOCAL_URL>query/result/idepi/HepB/Count.html</LOCAL_URL>
    175                                 </SELECTION>
    176                                 <SELECTION>
    177                                         <TITLE>Cases per 100,000 Population (Rate)</TITLE>
    178                                         <LOCAL_URL>query/result/idepi/HepB/Rate.html</LOCAL_URL>
     174                                        <LOCAL_URL>query/result/idepi/HepB/CountHepB.html</LOCAL_URL>
     175                                </SELECTION>
     176                                <SELECTION>
     177                                        <TITLE>Cases per 100,000 Population (Rate)</TITLE>
     178                                        <LOCAL_URL>query/result/idepi/HepB/RateHepB.html</LOCAL_URL>
    179179                                </SELECTION>
    180180                        </SELECTIONS>
  • adopters/nm/trunk/src/main/webapps/nmibis-content/xml/query/module/mort/_MortSelection.xml

    r22942 r25014  
    4545                        </SELECTIONS>
    4646                </SECTION>
    47                 <SECTION>
     47        <!--    <SECTION>
    4848                        <TITLE>Mortality Queries for State LEGISLATIVE DISTRICTS</TITLE>
    4949                        <SELECTIONS>
     
    5858                        </SELECTIONS>
    5959                </SECTION>
     60        -->
    6061                <SECTION>
    6162                        <TITLE>Mortality Queries by Social Determinants of Health (SDH)</TITLE>
  • adopters/nm/trunk/src/main/webapps/nmibis-content/xml/selections/navigation/CommunitySelection.xml

    r23215 r25014  
    6464                                                        <LOCAL_URL>community/indicators/HealthStatusOutcomes/GeoSarea</LOCAL_URL>
    6565                                                </SELECTION>
    66                                                 <SELECTION>
    67                                                         <TITLE>New Mexico School District</TITLE>
    68                                                         <DESCRIPTION>
    69                                                         </DESCRIPTION>
    70                                                         <LOCAL_URL>community/indicators/LFC/GeoSchDist</LOCAL_URL>
    71                                                 </SELECTION>
    7266                                        </SELECTIONS>
    7367                                </SELECTION>
    74 
    7568                        </SELECTIONS>
    7669                </SELECTION>
     
    10093                                                        <LOCAL_URL>community/indicators/HealthStatusOutcomes/SexualOrientation</LOCAL_URL>
    10194                                                </SELECTION>
    102                                                 <SELECTION>
    103                                                         <TITLE>Household Income</TITLE>
    104                                                         <DESCRIPTION>
    105                                                         </DESCRIPTION>
    106                                                         <LOCAL_URL>community/indicators/HealthStatusOutcomes/Income5Grps</LOCAL_URL>
    107                                                 </SELECTION>
    10895                                        </SELECTIONS>
    10996                                </SELECTION>
     
    131118                                                                </div>
    132119                                                        </div>
     120
     121                                                        <a href="resource/CHSI.html" class="Button">View a list of Community Health Status Indicators</a>
    133122                                                </div>
    134123                                        </CONTENT>
  • adopters/nm/trunk/src/main/webapps/nmibis-content/xml/selections/navigation/ResourceSelection.xml

    r24924 r25014  
    3030                                                </SELECTION>
    3131        -->                                     <SELECTION>
    32                                                         <TITLE>"Five Clicks" to Community Health Information</TITLE>
     32                                                        <TITLE>"Two Clicks" to Community Health Information!</TITLE>
    3333                                                        <DESCRIPTION>Easy ways to find health information for your community.</DESCRIPTION>
    34                                                         <LOCAL_URL>resource/5ClicksCHH.html</LOCAL_URL>
     34                                                        <LOCAL_URL>resource/2ClicksCHH.html</LOCAL_URL>
    3535                                                        <ADDITIONAL_CLASSES>Icon Info</ADDITIONAL_CLASSES>
    3636                                                </SELECTION>
     
    5959                                        <SELECTIONS>
    6060                                                <SELECTION>
     61                                                        <TITLE>About NM Small Areas</TITLE>
     62                                                        <LOCAL_URL>resource/SmallAreaMethods.html</LOCAL_URL>
     63                                                        <ADDITIONAL_CLASSES>Icon Info</ADDITIONAL_CLASSES>
     64                                                </SELECTION>
     65                                                <SELECTION>
     66                                                        <TITLE>About Dynamic Map Groupings</TITLE>
     67                                                        <LOCAL_URL>resource/MapChoroClasses.html</LOCAL_URL>
     68                                                        <ADDITIONAL_CLASSES>Icon Info</ADDITIONAL_CLASSES>
     69                                                </SELECTION>
     70                                                <SELECTION>
    6171                                                        <TITLE>About Geocoded Data</TITLE>
    6272                                                        <LOCAL_URL>resource/Geocode.html</LOCAL_URL>
     
    6474                                                </SELECTION>
    6575                                                <SELECTION>
    66                                                         <TITLE>About NM Small Areas</TITLE>
    67                                                         <LOCAL_URL>resource/SmallAreaMethods.html</LOCAL_URL>
    68                                                         <ADDITIONAL_CLASSES>Icon Info</ADDITIONAL_CLASSES>
    69                                                 </SELECTION>
    70                                                 <SELECTION>
    71                                                         <ADDITIONAL_CLASSES>Icon Image</ADDITIONAL_CLASSES>
    7276                                                        <TITLE>NM Health Regions Map</TITLE>
    7377                                                        <LOCAL_URL>contentfile/image/resource/RegionRed.png</LOCAL_URL>
    74                                                 </SELECTION>
    75                                                 <SELECTION>
    76                                                         <ADDITIONAL_CLASSES>Icon PDF</ADDITIONAL_CLASSES>
     78                                                        <ADDITIONAL_CLASSES>Icon Image</ADDITIONAL_CLASSES>
     79                                                </SELECTION>
     80                                                <SELECTION>
    7781                                                        <TITLE>NM Urban/Rural Counties Map</TITLE>
    7882                                                        <LOCAL_URL>contentfile/docs/CHA/UrbanRuralCounties.pdf</LOCAL_URL>
     83                                                        <ADDITIONAL_CLASSES>Icon PDF</ADDITIONAL_CLASSES>
    7984                                                </SELECTION>
    8085                                        </SELECTIONS>
     
    8994                                        <SELECTIONS>
    9095                                                <SELECTION>
    91                                                         <TITLE>About NM Community Health Status Indicators</TITLE>
     96                                                        <TITLE>NM Community Health Status Indicators</TITLE>
    9297                                                        <LOCAL_URL>resource/CHSI.html</LOCAL_URL>
    9398                                                        <ADDITIONAL_CLASSES>Icon Info</ADDITIONAL_CLASSES>
  • adopters/nm/trunk/src/main/webapps/nmibis-content/xml/text/Cause.xml

    r6521 r25014  
    33        <TEXT xmlns:ibis="http://www.ibisph.org"> There is philosophical debate about
    44                the meaning of 'cause,' but for a working definition in epidemiology, we can
    5                 use a definition from Rothman and Greenland, <a href="http://www.defendingscience.org/upload/Rothman-Greenland.pdf"
    6                 title="EXITS IBIS: Link to American Journal of Public Health, Supplement 1, 2005, Vol 95, No. S1"
     5                use a definition from Rothman and Greenland, <a href="https://ajph.aphapublications.org/doi/10.2105/AJPH.2004.059204"
     6                title="Kenneth J. Rothman, Sander Greenland, 'Causation and Causal Inference in Epidemiology',
     7                American Journal of Public Health 95, no. S1 (July 1, 2005): pp. S144-S150."
    78                alt="Link to American Journal of Public Health, Supplement 1, 2005, Vol 95, No. S1">
    89                Causation and Causal Inference in Epidemiology</a>, "...a cause of a specific disease
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