August Insights and Innovations: The American Community Survey (ACS) and Data on Disability
This webinar aired live on Friday, August 25th, 2017. Please note, to receive CME or CHES credit, you must have viewed the live webinar.
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NOTE: Due to a technical malfunction, the first few minutes of the webinar were not recorded. You can find the CME disclosure slides, the full PowerPoint, and complete closed captioning transcript attached. Please see the biography for Lewis E. Kraus below:
Lewis Kraus, MPH, MCP, is the Co-Director of the Center on Disability at the Public Health Institute. Mr. Kraus is a national leader in local disability data and the inclusion of people with disability in health programming. Mr. Kraus is the author of the 2016 Disability Statistics Annual Report, the third successive Annual report. He is leading the dissemination of local disability statistics for the federally funded Research and Training Center on Disability Statistics and Demographics (StatsRRTC). He is also leading the development and collection of community living measures for people with disabilities for the Community and Work Participation Disparities: A Program of the ADA Participatory Action Research Consortium (ADA-PARC) funded by NIDRR. Mr. Kraus as the lead author in the Report on the Applicability to People with Disabilities of the Guide to Community Preventive Services for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Mr. Kraus has Masters degrees in Public Health and City and Regional Planning from the University of California, Berkeley.