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Selection criteria : Jurisdictional level for the portal was preferentially our county, then state or nation. UF-created or licensed data sources applicable to public health research in our community topped the priority list, as well as freely-available public sources.
Local (Alachua County) Community Assessment & Clinical Data
Provides research and development for Florida’s agricultural, natural resources and related food industries. The EDIS website is your Every Day Information Source. It is a comprehensive, single-source repository of all current UF/IFAS numbered peer-reviewed publication
UF Health Integrated Data Repository (IDR), supported by the UF CTSI, is a large-scale database that collects and organizes information from across UF Health’s clinical and research enterprises. The UF Health IDR enables new research discoveries as well as improvements in the quality and safety of patient care.
Includes count health and health profile and health status, leading causes of death, county-state profile, leading causes of death, ambulatory care sensitive conditions profile, country birth, death and health status comparisons. Also fatal inujries, non-fatal injury hospitalization and emergency dept visits and opioid use dashboard. Health profiles of American Indian, Black and Hispanic populations and health equity profile as well as profiles of the elderly, birth defects, chronic disease, oral health, pregnancy and school-aged cihlld and adolescent profile. To move between counties or years, adjust the pulldowns at upper left above the default table.
he Florida Mortality Atlas provides a visual display of the most recent leading causes of death in Florida. Age groups are divided into roughly ten year increments to display the difference in the top five leading causes of death. Causes of death are presented for the total population as well as whites, blacks, and Hispanics. Additionally, a breakdown of each cause of death also shows the difference in age and sex
Population estimates from the Florida Legislature, Office of Economic and Demographic Research have been allocated by race based on information from the US Bureau of the Census. The population data for 2011-2021, along with rates affected by the population data, was updated on FLHealthCHARTS in November 2017.
Use the Metadata Explorer, to search, browse, and download data from the Florida Geographic Data Library (FGDL), a mechanism for distributing spatial (GIS) data throughout the state of Florida. The FGDL is warehoused and maintained at the University of Florida's GeoPlan Center.
Collaboration representing researchers, clinicians and patients that aims to improve health across the state through community-based clinical research projects. Dataset requests have an associated cost. To establish feasibility of cohort research use UF IDR first.
City, county/multi-county or state level data on tenure (own/rent), type (condo, apt, home) housing cost burden, household count (# occupants), presence of person with disability. Downloadable raw #s and %ages.
Annie E. Casey Foundation's demographic , economic, educational and health data on kids, birth thru adolescence. Can limit by state, county, city, 109-112 Congress Congressional District or Congressional District At Large.
Inpatient, Outpatient and Emergency Department Results. Statistical charts by year. user selects parameters (county, facility, patient age/race/ethnicity/gender, diagnosis group, principal payer, patient status [discharged/transferred, etc.])
This National Institute on Aging page links to various data collections on populations over the age of 50: Health and Retirement Study (HRS), Midlife in the United States (MIDUS), National Health and Aging Trends Study (NHATS), National Social Life, Health, and Aging Project (NSHAP), Panel Study of Income Dynamics and a variety of studies of aging populations around the world.
Find city and county data collected through the Selected Metropolitan/Micropolitan Area Risk Trends (SMART) project, the Web Enabled Analysis Tool (WEAT), interactive maps, and other resources provided through BRFSS.
Provides birth, death, marriage and divorce statistics.Four to six special reports are issued per year topic examples: Drug Overdose Deaths, by Fetanyl, Dementia Mortality, Most Common Drugs in Overdose Deaths.
Comprehensive United States survey on housing, Topics unique to the AHS include characteristics and physical condition of the nation’s housing units, indicators of housing and neighborhood quality, and home improvement activities.
A scalable informatics framework that will enable clinical researchers to use existing clinical data for discovery research and, when combined with IRB-approved genomic data, facilitate the design of targeted therapies for individual patients with diseases having genetic origins