In this Beyond the Data, Dr. Tanja Popovic and Dr. Mary Ari discuss efforts to measure the impact of CDC science. This exciting project provides an opportunity for scientists to more efficiently track and monitor the impact of public health work on health outcomes. Why is this so important? The CDC Science Impact framework helps us track and monitor the impact of our work; measures impact retroactively and in real time; aids in making improvements in public health practice or policy; is useful for anyone, and can be adjusted to fit many organizations and areas of work.

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