CLTR-507 Epidemiologic Methods
Spring for 2017-2018
Loral Patchen
Principles of Epidemiology is a course designed to provide a comprehensive introduction to Epidemiology. Epidemiology is a scientific method of studying the causes, transmission, incidence and prevalence of health and disease in human populations. The course consists of a series of lectures, problem sessions, homework assignments, and journal club. The lectures will review and reinforce topic areas of discussion. Epidemiology will be taught from a research and practical perspective by faculty who are actively involved in scientific research and public health professionals who are actively involved in public health practice.
Credits: 3
Prerequisites: CLTR-501

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CLTR-507-01 Epidemiologic Methods
Spring for 2017-2018
Loral Patchen
Principles of Epidemiology is a course designed to provide a comprehensive introduction to Epidemiology. Epidemiology is a scientific method of studying the causes, transmission, incidence and prevalence of health and disease in human populations. The course consists of a series of lectures, problem sessions, homework assignments, and journal club. The lectures will review and reinforce topic areas of discussion. Epidemiology will be taught from a research and practical perspective by faculty who are actively involved in scientific research and public health professionals who are actively involved in public health practice.
Credits: 3
Prerequisites: CLTR-501
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