Web and New Media Development
Our team works with many federally-funded projects as well as several academic departments and medical center divisions to provide websites, databases, new media resources, and survey/assessment tools. Our major partners within the Georgetown University community in these efforts include:
- Georgetown University School of Law
- Georgetown University Medical Center
- Georgetown University School of Nursing & Health Studies
- Georgetown University Center for Child and Human Development
- National Center for Cultural Competence
- Other Universities (Vanderbilt University | University of Texas | Howard University)
The O'Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law
The Health Information Group developed the Institute's website and social media tools.
Health Law & Litigation
A separately branded website, developed for the O'Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law in cooperation with the National Health Law Program (NHeLP), that tracks litigation and legal developments at the State and national level related to the the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA).
Health & Human Rights Database
Developed for the O'Neill Institute for Global and Health Law in cooperation with the World Health Organization (WHO) and the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA). A searchable database that reflects the dynamic interaction between health and human rights, providing advocates, practitioners, and scholars with access to existing instruments and caselaw on health and human rights law.
Legal Solutions in Health Reform Blog
This Wordpress blog was developed by our team; Institute faculty maintain its content.
Joint Action and Learning Initiative (JALI)
The Joint Action and Learning Initiative on National and Global Responsibilities for Health (JALI) is being developed for the O'Neill Institute in cooperation with The Lawyers' Collective.
Department of Medicine Website
The Department of Medicine provides education, patient care and research in cardiology, dermatology, endocrinology, gastroenterology, internal medicine, hematology and oncology, hospital medicine, infectious diseases, nephrology and hypertension, pulmonary/critical care/sleep medicine, and rheumatology. The Health Information Group built the DOM's web presence from the ground up.
Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center
The Health Information Group built the Lombardi Center's web presence using an advanced content management system which allows for robust content with ease of updating and maintaining.
NHS Academic Website
NHS houses the Departments of Health Systems Administration, Human Science, International Health, and Nursing with strong graduate and undergraduate programs. For the past 5 years, the Health Information Group has assisted in developing the School's Web presence.
The GU Center for Child and Human Development
(GUCCHD) was established over four decades ago to improve the quality of life for all children and youth, especially those with, or at risk for, special needs and their families.
The Center for Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation
(ECMHC) translates research in healthy mental development into materials tailored to the needs of each of the target audiences, and makes them available on this website. In addition, the Center serves as an online “Community of Learners,” a clearinghouse for the exchange of ideas through traditional and new media.
DC Resource Center for Children with Special Health Care Needs
provides resources for health professionals serving families with children and youth with special health care needs to help them know and understand the complex array of services and supports within the DC system. It is a “one-stop shop” of resources, supports, and services offered in the District of Columbia by both public and private entities.
Early Childhood Intervention Professional Development Center
provides resources, information, training opportunities, and discussions on contemporary practices in early childhood intervention, birth through 5 years of age, to enhance your ability to provide state of the art early childhood services and supports.
The National Technical Assistance Center for Children's Mental Health
Dedicated to working in partnership with families and leaders across the country to transform systems and services for children, adolescents, and young adults who have or are at risk for mental health problems, and their families.
The University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities
Promotes self-determination, productivity, independence and inclusion of individuals with developmental and other disabilities across the life span and in all aspects of community life.
Data Matters: Interactive Electronic Newsletter
Highlights the importance of data, spreads the word about evaluation strategies and outcomes, and keeps readers up to date on the latest in the field.
The NCCC website contains foundations of cultural and linguistic competence, publications, online assessments, data, and online curricula.
The Health Information Group
Develops all NCCC technologies including:
The Center on the Social and Emotional Foundations for Early Learning
Based at Vanderbilt University, is focused on promoting the social emotional development and school readiness of young children from birth to age 5. Vanderbilt worked with the Health Information Group to develop the new website for this national program.
UTMB Center for Telehealth Research and Policy
The University of Texas Medical Branch worked with the Health Information Group to establish its Web presence.
The AIDS Education and Training Center National Multicultural Center (AETC-NMC)
at Howard University College of Medicine. A national network of clinicians, educators and trainers with expertise in Cultural Competency and the management of HIV/AIDS.
The Howard University AETC Capitol Region Telehealth Project (HU-CRTP)
E-Learning series is a free continuing medical education program* that provides a forum to educate and mentor healthcare professionals, health care organizations and health care networks who provide treatment, care and support to individuals diagnosed with HIV in Washington, DC, Maryland, and Delaware.