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Beginner User Excel for Data Management

Today’s course is Excel from the beginning, you will be using different projects that you can use in real life from creating a payroll, IF formulas, and absolute references. What you are going to learn are some common applications that can be applied to many job duties.

Learning Objectives

From the very beginning…

  • How to enter data, how to navigate through a spread sheet and how to save it
  • How to set up formulas, using simple math formulas to solve problems such as: doing averages and finding the maximum and minimum
  • Create charts and graphs

Intended Audience

Public health professionals, administrative staff, peer recovery support specialist.

Presenters

Marifrances Montell graduated from the University of Oklahoma Hudson College of Public Health in 2018 with her Master of Public Health in Health Promotion Science and is Certified in Public Health (CPH) by the National Board of Public Health Examiners (NBPHE). She began working early in her career in a clinical setting and transitioned from direct patient services to programmatic evaluation and continues to work in public health as a program manager. Working now at the Southern Plains Tribal Health Board as the TECPHI Program Manager, she focuses on applying her experiences working in hospitals and with local communities to building internal capacity and infrastructure.

Brittany Wilson is a graduate of the University of Central Oklahoma and is a public health specialist who comes from a health equity background as well as hospital administration. Working with people who are experiencing homelessness, those in recovery, and working to correct data in Native American communities.

Details

Expires:
August 24
Time:
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
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