A StackOverflow-style site for Public Health and Epidemiology

15Aug11

What is the use of a blog, if not to occasionally use it as a platform for your own ideas? Recently, as I’ve found myself doing more and more coding, Stack Overflow has been an absurdly useful resource for getting highly technical questions answered quickly and usefully.

It would be awesome to see something like that available for Epidemiology, and public health generally. A place where one could go, ask practical questions and get professional-level help. And what do you know, Stack Overflow has a site devoted to proposing concepts like that.

So I’ve gone and created one: http://area51.stackexchange.com/proposals/34565/public-health-epidemiology

Those of you who do read my blog for its occasional public health, garcinia cambogia and epidemiology-related posts, I’d very much appreciate your support. It seems to be a fairly long process to get something approved, but there you go.

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