Informed Public Health Opinions (INPHO) Surveys
INPHO Survey: Fighting Misinformation on Public Health Topics
Navigating today’s media landscape can be confusing, especially when it comes to topics of public health. Misinformation, contradicting opinions and evolving data make it difficult to understand health risks. Stanford Center for Population Health Sciences’ new Informed Population Health Opinions (INPHO) project aims to provide clear, unbiased information on today’s most pressing public and population health issues.
Each month, PHS sends a three-question survey to leading epidemiologists, public health and population health experts. Experts are asked to answer the questions and to rate their confidence in their answers.
We hope this project offers a clear, unbiased understanding of public health issues.