UFHealth.org is made up of static content, such as webpages, and dynamic content, which is fed from a number of applications and databases. Each have different workflows and approval processes for updating or requesting new content for the website. This content flowchart helps determine the placement of new content and which format is ideal.
Health topics make up the backbone of our site’s taxonomical system, and ties into location pages, providers, and clinical research studies. Health Topics have to be reviewed by physicians, marketing specialists and departmental chairs for accuracy and approval before being added, and starts by completing the form below and returning to Web Services.
UF Health physicians and staff are added to ufhealth.org via the UF Health Directory. You can edit your profiles directly via the directory by logging into the system. New hires can have their content added to a profile by Web Services by completing the Profile Addition Form.
An overview of UFHealth.org’s online research studies. This document contains explanations of data elements and connections between research studies and various content types.
Other UFHealth.org Features
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