340.764.01 PROFESSIONAL EPIDEMIOLOGY METHODS II
Trains future leaders using advanced epidemiological methods applied in modern public health practice. Provides students with the key epidemiological competencies for mid-level and senior-level epidemiologists. Focuses on epidemiological methods and tools used in key health situation analyses. Covers examples of health priority assessments, health needs assessments, epidemiological stratification of public health problems, measuring health inequalities and evaluation of effectiveness of public health programs, using real public health scenarios and available health information datasets. Also covers selected methods for translating epidemiologic data for decision-making. Additionally, addresses the role of available epidemiological evidence and translational research for public health programs.
- Monday 9:00 - 10:20
- Wednesday 9:00 - 10:20
340.763 Professional Epid Methods I or consent of instructor