Professional Epidemiologic Methods: Epidemiologic Intelligence and Population Health
June 12 - June 30, 2017
Course Number: 340.765.89
- Kevin Fain
Epidemiologic intelligence, based on valid and reliable data, is essential to assess, measure, and describe the health and wellbeing of different populations, as well as their health risks, health needs, and health outcomes. Critical analysis of health information for the purpose of describing population health, depends on thorough understanding of various routine and non-routine data sources, information systems, and tools. This course provides practical skills for epidemiological assessments of population health, which include methods for monitoring epidemiological profiles and health trends, using public health information systems for measuring health burden, developing epidemiological profiles and conducting health situation analyses.
Student Evaluation: 60% - labs; 40% final exam
Enrollment Restriction: Students who have taken 340.763.01 or 340.873.18 may not register for this course
Prerequisite: 340.608 Observational Epid or 340.752 Epidemiologic Methods 2
First time participants taking an online course from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health must complete the Introduction to Online Learning course. This is a free, non-credit mini course that must be completed before you can enroll in any online courses. Please register here.
Grading Options: Letter Grade or Pass/Fail