Tracking Environmental Health Hazards

Tracking Environmental Health Hazards

This program supports environmental health programs within state and territorial health agencies, including data and surveillance, connectivity, workforce, performance and marketing.

ASTHO Peer-to-Peer Fellowship Program

ASTHO's Environmental Public Health Tracking: Peer-to-Peer Fellowship Program, in partnership with CDC and with support from Esri, offers non-funded health agencies the opportunity to conduct pilot projects on environmental health issues of importance to their communities, receive mentorship from current CDC grantees, and become familiar with CDC standards and resources for environmental public health tracking.

Tracking Progress, Improving Health: Five Years of ASTHO's Tracking Fellowship Program

The report Tracking Progress, Improving Health chronicles the five-year history of a unique project undertaken by ASTHO and CDC called the Environmental Public Health Tracking: Peer-to-Peer Fellowship Program. Read more »

About Tracking

The National Environmental Public Health Tracking Network is a web-based system of integrated health, exposure, and hazard information data from a variety of national, state, and city sources. Data on the Network has afforded many states the ability to effectively identify trends in health conditions potentially related to the environment and drive actions that improve public health.

ASTHO partnered with CDC's National Tracking Program in 2002 to serve as the voice of non-funded state and territorial health departments by communicating messages, success stories, and the benefits of the Tracking Network to public health officials and policymakers of non-funded states. Since then, ASTHO conducted both regional and national webinars on environmental public health tracking and, through its fellowship program, has helped strengthen partnerships between many CDC grantees and non-funded sites working to track, prevent, and control environmentally-related disease.

To learn more about the CDC Tracking Network, please visit CDC's EPHT Interactive Tutorials webpage. For the latest developments, visit the CDC Features web page or email epht@cdc.gov to join the Tracking Listserv.