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Two communities of professionals are available to those who utilize geospatial concepts and technologies for public health initiatives: the Indiana GeoHealth Collaborative and the ISDH GIS Health User Group.
The Indiana GeoHealth Collaborative, organized as a committee of the of the Indiana Geographic Information Council (IGIC), is a state-wide network of professionals working in a health or health-related industry who have an interest in geospatial solutions. An IGIC membership or previous GIS experience is not required to participate. The user group provides: a forum for presenting geospatial projects, research and analysis by those in the health industry; a vehicle for sharing GIS data and integrating workflows; an opportunity to formulate and distribute best practices related to health GIS; and a platform for developing open geospatial tools. Contact email@example.com for more information.
GeoHealth Collaborative Sign-Up
Please sign-up to become a member. All participants are encouraged to enter information regarding their GIS experience and ideas to help shape the direction of the collaborative.
GeoHeath Collaborative Member Look-Up
The look-up tool uses information collected in the sign-up form to find participants based on experience, industry, skills and more. Charts also summarize the current make-up of group participants.
Join a GeoHealth Collaborative Meeting
The group meets the third Tuesday of every month, usually from 10:00am to 11:30am at the Marion County Public Health Department. If you are unable to attend in person, please join us via the web. Please contact us for the call-in number.
GeoHealth Collaborative Activities
View meeting agenda items, presentations, project status, solutions in development and other activities by the group.
In order for users to offer effective collaboration and benefits, the group requires new users to have experience in geospatial concepts and technologies. Mentorships or training may be available for new users. Qualified individuals should have completed one of the following:
User Group meetings are currently held twice a month and feature demonstrations on GIS software features and concepts including: attribute joins, spatial joins, spatial selections, geocoding, analysis tools, cluster tools, map packaging, cartographic rules, labeling, data-drive pages and more. Any ISDH staff member or ISDH partner should feel free to attend. Please contact PHG for more information.