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Editor's Comments -Continued from page 13

This year’s curriculum reflects state and national efforts to integrate public health and primary care, while focusing on the needs of researchers and epidemiologists. Key courses for 2017 include:        

Applied Survival & Event History Analysis A Short Course on Small Area Estimation Geographic Information Systems in Public Health Epidemiology of Poverty Place & Health Equity Health Data System Data Analysis Developing, Designing, and Performing Local Surveys Addiction & Mental Health: The Public Health Crisis Impacting Ohio’s Communities

As with other US programs, the largest share of students in the program are “local,” that is, most participants are practitioners from the area’s health systems, academic health sciences centers and local and state departments of Health, Medicare and Mental Health.

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March 2017 The Epidemiology Monitor  

This month’s issue of The Epidemiology Monitor presents updated information on ten epidemiology-focused summer programs. Altogether, these p...

March 2017 The Epidemiology Monitor  

This month’s issue of The Epidemiology Monitor presents updated information on ten epidemiology-focused summer programs. Altogether, these p...