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EPIDEMIOLOGY & PUBLIC HEALTH LECTURES

Lecture 1Introduction, Part I

Lecture 2Introduction, Part II

Lecture 2a — History of Epidemiology & Public Health (

Lecture 3Disease Transmission

Lecture 4Measures of Morbidity

Lectures 5 & 6Measures of Mortality
Mortality in Different Populations

Lectures 7 & 8Validity & Reliability of Analytic Tests (Revised 2007)

Lecture 9Descriptive Studies: Person, Place & Time (Revised 2007)

Lecture 10Cohort Studies (Revised 2007)

Lecture 11Case Control (Retrospective) Studies

Lecture 12Cross-Sectional Studies

Lecture 13Attributable & Relative Risks

Lecture 14Experimental (Randomized) Studies

Lecture 15Ethical Issues

Lecture 16Association to Causation

SOURCE:David M. Rollins, Ph.D., Adjunct Lecturer University of Maryland
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8 comments:

Anonymous,  June 7, 2010 at 9:18 AM  

Thank Prof for your sharing knowledge on Epidemiology. It is too useful to teach Epidemiology both UG and PG.
Can you share about Qualitative study in Health research
With due regards,
Dr Myo

Dabenda December 20, 2010 at 8:07 PM  

Thanks for sharing your materials with us all. They certainly make teaching epidemiology to undergraduate enjoyable.
Yaw-ECSU

gustaaf December 24, 2010 at 12:17 PM  

thank you Prof, I am teaching public health in Sam Ratulangi University Medical School, nowadays learning qualitative meth research after passing my doctorate candidacy,
my best regards,
Dr Gustaaf
Indonesia

Anonymous,  June 13, 2011 at 7:57 AM  

epidemiology becomes less boring....concepts are clear without numbers blurring our perspective....
-doc mai

Anonymous,  August 11, 2011 at 11:01 AM  

IAM MALUETH GUEET DOT NHIAL A MBchB STUDENT IN UGANDA.THE LECTURE NOTES MAKE EPIDEMIOLOGY ENJOYABLE AND INTRESTING.THANKS

Jussuh Binali May 5, 2013 at 9:45 PM  

THESE PRESENTETIONS ON EPIDEMIOLOGY ARE INDEED USEFUL AS FAR AS PUPLIC HEALTH IS CONCERNED ,IAM STUDYING BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES AT MALAWI CLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCE BUT I FIND THEMTO USEFUL IN MY STUDIES BECAUSE THERE IS A COMPONENT OF EPIDEMIOLOGY IN OUR CURRICULLUM.JUSSUH BINALI MCHC-MALAWI

wilson iyokho August 8, 2014 at 2:42 PM  

These lectures were very useful. I am a PhD student of Epidemiology. I find these PPT to be very helpful in my studies as well as in my future professional careers. Thanks a million
Wilson Iyokho, PhD Candidate, Walden University, USA

alberto December 4, 2015 at 7:40 PM  

Very useful and thanks a million...

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