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EPI 610 Public Health Surveillance 3.0 Credits

One of the most critical functions of public health practice and intervention is monitoring the health of populations. In this introductory survey course, students will be introduced to both the principles and practice of public health surveillance, as well as statistical methods for monitoring the health of populations. Topics focused on surveillance practice will include planning a surveillance system, identifying sources of health-related information, management of surveillance information systems and quality control of data, descriptive epidemiology, evaluating public health surveillance, state and local public health surveillance, and surveillance of quality in healthcare.

College/Department: Dornsife School of Public Health
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: EPI 570 [Min Grade: B] and BST 571 [Min Grade: B]

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