Public Health Surveillance,a Methods Based Approach

SPH BS 728

Thacker wrote, "Surveillance is the cornerstone of public health practice." This course will provide an introduction to surveillance and explore its connections to biostatistics and public health practice. Topics will include complex survey design, weighted sampling, capture-recapture methods, time series analyses and basic spatial analyses. Students will learn about available surveillance data, how to analyze these data, and how to write about their findings. Additionally students will propose a new surveillance system or modification of an existing system. This class carries Epidemiology concentration credit.

FALL 2016 Schedule

Section Instructor Location Schedule Notes
A1 R 2:00 pm-3:30 pm MED Campus

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