National Longitudinal Survey of Public Health Systems: Comparative Report of 2012 Results(2012)
AbstractThe third wave of the National Longitudinal Survey of Public Health Systems was fielded in 2012 in a nationally-representative cohort of local communities. The survey measures the availability of 20 recommended public health activities in the community, the range of organizations that participate in performing each activity, and the perceived effectiveness of each activity. Prior waves of the survey were fielded in 1998 and 2006. Local health officials report data for this survey and receive a customized report of results that compare data for their community with national norms and with "peer groups" of similar communities. This document provides an example comparative report for a representative community included in the 2012 survey.
Publication DateWinter December 28, 2012
PublisherUniversity of Kentucky
Citation InformationGlen Mays. National Longitudinal Survey of Public Health Systems: Comparative Report of 2012 Results. Lexington, KY(2012)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/glen_mays/67/