The Connecticut Environmental Public Health Tracking Program (EPHT) focuses on collecting data in order to protect our communities from health issues related to environmental factors. Our program manages a Data Explorer which is part of a national network created in cooperation with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to provide health, exposure and environmental hazard data and information that communities can use to improve their health.
Data include topics such as: air quality, asthma, carbon monoxide poisoning, heart attack, Lyme disease, and water quality. 
* * Click here to visit the Data Explorer * *


Visit the CDC National Environmental Public Health Tracking portal for national data on environments, health effects, and population health in the United States. 
TRACKING 101A free continuing education training opportunity.  This course provides an overview of the major components of Environmental Public Health Tracking. 
Tracking in Action:
View videos from partner states on topics such as wildfire response in New Mexico, informing asthma programs in New York City, preventing mercury exposure in Florida, and protecting air quality in Massachusetts.
CDC EPHT Training:

If you want to learn more about environmental public health tracking click the link above to access a number of trainings for all levels, including high school-level curriculum, college and professional. Trainings include:
Connecticut Tracking Success Stories:
Response to a Carbon Monoxide Emergency 


The Connecticut Tracking Team

Gary Archambault, MPH
Principle Investigator/Epidemiologist

Patricia Przysiecki, MPH

Christine Hahn, MPH

Tom Bavone
Information Technology Analyst