Open data sources are increasingly used by researchers and practitioners to create pilot programs, inform public policy, guide outreach and intervention efforts, and inform secondary studies. Few open data sets provide more insights related to the health and cancer communication information landscape in the United States than the National Cancer Institute’s (NCI) Health Information National Trends Survey (HINTS). Our July cyber-seminar explored data available through HINTS and how it can be used to inform your research and programs.
Now we would like to invite you to join the discussion!
- Do you have any questions for our speakers?
- Have you used HINTS? What did you find valuable about it?
- Are there any innovative ways you, or your research and practice colleagues, could use HINTS?