Step 2. Characterizing the Limitations of Health Data
- General Sources of Data
Because the health outcome data evaluation relies on available information, the health assessor needs to identify and characterize any limitations associated with the collected data. For instance, data might be available for a county, but data specific to the neighborhood near the site cannot be separated from the county data.
From the list below, select two limitations that you think might typically be associated with general sources of available health outcome data.
Make your selections by looking at choices below.
- Data are not specific to the community near the site
- Data provide cancer incidence information
- Data do not address the specific disease that community members were concerned about
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Examples of possible limitations associated with health outcome data include
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