Jason Bonander is the Director of the Office of Informatics and Information Resource Management for the CDC's National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion. Prior to taking this position he was the Director of the Division of Knowledge Management Systems in CDC's National Center for Public Health Informatics. Mr. Bonander has spoken both nationally and internationally on the topics of social media, knowledge management and personal health informatics and public health. He is a medical anthropologist by training, with research projects covering theoretical models for community mental health care, ethnographic studies of mobile immunization clinics and health systems research.
The challenges facing the public's health today are as serious as they have ever been. Obesity and diabetes are significant health issues for a large proportion of the U.S.
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