Second Term, days and times TBA
2024 E. Monument St., Suite 1-500, Powe Room
Open to any interested student or faculty member.
*Required for master and doctoral students affiliated with the Clinical Epidemiology Program.
This course provides a structured setting for discussion of topics related to clinical epidemiology and outcomes research. Most sessions focus on the role of quantitative methods in understanding and improving clinical medicine. Core and guest lecturers provide an overview of methods and approaches to clinical epidemiology and outcomes research. Students work individually and in groups to apply principles learned in the course to realistic clinical problems.
Faculty Contact: Dr. J. Hunter Young (410-502-5808)