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This issue of FOCUS, offered by the UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health, describes how to conduct a rapid needs assessment, and how to use geographic information systems to help gather and analyze information more quickly and efficiently.
- Describe the methodology to conduct a rapid needs assessment
- Describe ways in which geographic information systems can enhance a rapid needs assessment
- Provide examples of rapid needs assessments conducted by public health organizations