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2010 National Profile of Local Health Departments


 
In the Spotlight

NACCHO is pleased to announce the results of the 2010 Profile of Local Health Departments (Profile) study. With 82 percent of LHDs having completed their surveys, the data collected by the Profile study are the most comprehensive and accurate source of information about LHD infrastructure and practice in the United States. This high response provides the information needed to update the picture of local public health.

Profile data is useful to practitioners and policymakers at the local, state, and federal level; researchers; the media and the public. With information on LHD governance, funding, workforce, and activities, services and more, the data can be used to make local and regional comparisons, drive policymaking, educate the workforce about local public health practice, and conduct research.

View the Main Report (PDF)
Purchase a copy of the Main Report from the bookstore.

View Figures and Charts from the Main Report (PPT)

For more information about past Profile studies, please check out our Profile Series page.
If you have additional questions, contact us at ProfileTeam@naccho.org.

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Response Rate by State
 
 
2010 Profile Survey Instrument
 

To access a copy of the 2010 Profile survey instrument, click here.

 
The National Profile of Local Health Departments Study Series
 

Want to learn more about the National Profile of Local Health Departments study?

Click here to access reports and find additional information about previous phases of the Profile study.

 
Data Use Policy for the Profile Study
 

 NACCHO encourages researchers to apply for data from the National Profile of Local Health Departments study. To obtain Profile data and technical documentation about the Profile studies, click to access the Data Requests and Technical Documentation webpage.