John Hopkins online course on Surveillance Systems

John Hopkins online course on Surveillance Systems

Surveillance Systems: Analysis, Dissemination, and Special Systems

John Hopkins University

Overview

John Hopkins University is offering an online course on Surveillance Systems: Analysis, Dissemination, and Special Systems. This course is part of the Epidemiology in Public Health Practice Specialization. This is a Beginner level course and approx it will take 6 hours to complete.

 

Skils

The following skills you will learn in this online course,

  • Data Collection
  • Data Analysis
  • Epidemiology
  • Disease Surveillance

 

You will learn

  • Analyze and interpret epidemiologic surveillance data
  • Present surveillance data in compliance with legal reporting requirements
  • Apply epidemiologic surveillance principles to non-communicable chronic diseases
  • Differentiate among indicator-based, event-based, and event-related surveillance systems

 

Instructor

Stefan Baral, MD, MPH, MBA, FRCPC, Associate Professor, Johns Hopkins University

 

Topics

The topics which will be covered in this online course on the Surveillance Systems: Analysis, Dissemination, and Special Systems are not limited to,

Analyses of Surveillance Data

Dissemination Strategies and Communication Frameworks

Chronic Disease Surveillance Systems

Special Surveillance Systems

 

 

How to apply

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