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Epidemics I | edX

Course Epidemics I. Explore the science, prevention and control of epidemics in this free online course. In addition to lectures by leading scientists in this field from HKU, this course will feature a supplementary module on COVID-19 and panel discussions with world-leading experts in epidemics. This is the first (origins of novel pathogens) of the four courses, covers these topics:

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Outbreaks and Epidemics | Coursera

Course Professional epidemiologists are often called on to investigate outbreaks and epidemics. This course serves as an introduction to the essentials of investigation, identifying pathogens, figuring out what's going on, reporting, and responding. You'll learn how to ask precise epidemiologic questions and apply epidemiologic tools to uncover the answers.

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Epidemics II | edX

Course Epidemics II Explore the science, prevention and control of epidemics in this free online course. In addition to lectures by leading scientists in this field from HKU, this course will feature a supplementary module on COVID-19 and panel discussions with world leading experts in …

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Epidemics IV | edX

Course In addition to lectures by leading scientists in this field from HKU, this course will feature a supplementary module on COVID-19 and panel discussions with world-leading experts in epidemics. This is the last (communication of infectious diseases) of the four courses, covers these topics: Risk Communication in Disease Outbreaks Communicating Infectious Diseases

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Epidemics IV | edX

Course Epidemics IV. Explore the science, prevention and control of epidemics in this free online course. In addition to lectures by leading scientists in this field from HKU, this course will feature a supplementary module on COVID-19 and panel discussions with world-leading experts in epidemics. This is the last (communication of infectious diseases) of the four courses, covers …

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Epidemics III | edX

Course Epidemics III. Explore the science, prevention and control of epidemics in this free online course. In addition to lectures by leading scientists in this field from HKU, this course will feature a supplementary module on COVID-19 and panel discussions with world-leading experts in epidemics. This is the third (control of infectious diseases) of the four courses, covers these …

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Learn Epidemics with Online Courses, Classes,

Course Epidemic Courses and Certifications HKUx offers a two-part series on epidemics, designed to introduce fundamental concepts in epidemics. You'll learn how certain diseases like Zika, the Ebola Virus, and the H1N1 pandemic arose and how specific institutions dealt with the outbreaks. You can take part in courses from Harvard as well.

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Top Epidemics Courses - Learn Epidemics Online

Course Epidemics courses from top universities and industry leaders. Learn Epidemics online with courses like Epidemics - the Dynamics of Infectious Diseases and Epidemics.

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Course To be taught by Dr. Amy Welling Gregg, the course explores epidemics in the 19th-century, 20th-century, and the 21st-century in East Asia, Africa, and the United States. It examines the historic and modern approaches to epidemics and the various ways in which Public Health systems dealt with the crises.

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The Return of Epidemics

Course breaks of epidemics. I used the chain of events and responses to the Surat epidemic, with its dis-parate resonances at various lev-els, as an example to help us understand epidemic outbreaks, from a comprehensive and inter-connected perspective, as being simultaneously local and global events. I drew upon a WHO archive, international reports as

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Epidemiology Courses | Harvard University

Course Browse the latest online epidemiology courses from Harvard University, including "Mechanical Ventilation for COVID-19" and "MalariaX: Defeating Malaria from the Genes to the Globe."

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SIR models of epidemics - ETH Z

PDF Course of each parameter and the possible courses of simulated epidemics. Is it possible to simulate a sustained epidemic in this model? 2 Exercises 2.1 Basic exercises A key parameter in epidemiology is the basic reproductive ratio, R 0. It is de ned as the average number of secondary cases transmitted by a single infected individual that is placed ...

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Top Epidemics Courses - Learn Epidemics Online | Coursera

Course Epidemics courses from top universities and industry leaders. Learn Epidemics online with courses like Epidemics and Epidemics - the Dynamics of Infectious Diseases.

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Top Epidemiology Courses - Learn Epidemiology …

Course Epidemics and pandemics throughout history are covered in available online courses, including the flu, childhood diseases such as measles and whooping cough (and their recent comebacks), malaria, and others. The spread of infectious diseases between people, and the increase in disease surveillance through mobile technology, are examined as well.

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Epidemiology of Infectious Diseases : Syllabus

Course Course Description. Introduces the basic methods for infectious disease epidemiology and case studies of important disease syndromes and entities. Methods include definitions and nomenclature, outbreak investigations, disease surveillance, case-control studies, cohort studies, laboratory diagnosis, molecular epidemiology, dynamics of ...

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Pandemic and epidemic-prone diseases | OpenWHO

Course This course focuses on 13 infectious hazards: Avian influenza, cholera, Ebola, Lassa fever, Leptospirosis, Meningitis, MERS, Pandemic influenza, Plague, Rift Valley fever, Seasonal influenza, Yellow fever and Zika. It offers the most relevant scientific, technical and operational knowledge through video presentations and self-tests.

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Understanding the Epidemic Course in Order to Improve …

Course The epidemic course of the severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) has been differently divided according to its transmission pattern and the infection and mortality status. Unfortunately, such efforts for the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) have been lacking. Does every epidemic have a unique …

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Recent Courses – Darin Hayton

Course This course investigates the causes and effects of epidemics through detailed analyses of specific historical outbreaks. Of particular interest are the intellectual, social, and cultural resources that were employed to understand and explain the advent of epidemic diseases. Frequency: Spring 2006, Spring 2012

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Principles of Epidemiology: Home|Self-Study Course …

Course This course covers basic epidemiology principles, concepts, and procedures useful in the surveillance and investigation of health-related states or events. It is designed for federal, state, and local government health professionals and private sector health professionals who are responsible for disease surveillance or investigation. A basic understanding of the practices of …

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Epidemiology Courses - Rollins School of Public Health

Course Description. EPI 504 (2) Fundamentals of Epidemiology (Spring) Spring. Non-EPI students only. Emphasizes the underlying concepts of the epidemiological approach, stressing study design. Discusses the calculation and interpretation of measures of frequency, association, and public health impact. This course discusses the calculation and ...

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Introduction to Epidemiology (Lecture notes)

PDF Course Contents •Concept of Health and Disease •Infectious disease epidemiology •Disease prevention and control •Disease screening •Epidemics investigation NB: This is a summary note to compliment your reading. It does not in any way replace your lectures, class notes, textbooks or other learning materials.

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Epidemics on Small-World Networks - University of …

PDF Course Epidemics on Small-World Networks Jiahao Chen December 13, 2005 Abstract This paper reviews the use of graphs as mathematical descriptions of social networks, and discusses in particular some properties of the commonly used random (Erdos-Rényi),˝ small-world (Watts-Strogatz) and scale-free (power-law) models, with particular focus on

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Epidemics of Injustice | School of Public Health | University of ...

Course Epidemics of Injustice. This annual course, with lectures free and open to the public, prepares public health leaders and community members with the tools to bring about social change and address structural determinants of health. All course meetings will take place virtually, convening each Thursday during the spring semester (excluding spring break) from 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. …

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ME 406 S-I-R Model of Epidemics Part 2 Vital Dynamics Included

PDF Course S-I-R Model of Epidemics Part 2 Vital Dynamics Included sysid Mathematica 6.0.3, DynPac 11.01, 1ê13ê2009 1. Introduction ‡ Description of the Model In this notebook, we include births and deaths in the standard S-I-R model for epidemics. The resulting model will allow us to look at events of longer duration.

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The Spreading of Epidemics in Complex Networks - University …

PDF Course May 08, 2017 · The Spreading of Epidemics in Complex Networks Xiangyu Song PHY 563 Term Paper, Department of Physics, UIUC May 8, 2017 Abstract The spreading of epidemics in complex networks has been extensively studied in the last few decades. Depending on the nature of the disease and the network it spreads on, there are di erent critical behaviors.

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Epidemics in Western Society Since 1600 | Yale Online

Course This course consists of an international analysis of the impact of epidemic diseases on western society and culture from the bubonic plague to HIV/AIDS and the recent experience of SARS and swine flu. Leading themes include: infectious disease and its impact on society; the development of public health measures; the role of medical ethics; the genre of plague literature; the social …

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Fundamentals of Investigating Epidemics - UT …

PDF Course Types of Epidemics Common Source Propagated. Typical Common Source Epidemic Note premonitory case, rapid upstroke and downstroke. Typical Propagated Epidemic Note sequentially higher peaks as each case causes several later cases. Atypical Propagated Epidemic We see this pattern more commonly than the classic propagated.

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Epidemics in Western Society Since 1600 | Open Yale …

Course Epidemics in Western Society Since 1600 ABOUT SYLLABUS SESSIONS SURVEY BUY BOOKS Course Number HIST 234 About the Course This course consists of an international analysis of the impact of epidemic diseases on western society and culture from the bubonic plague to HIV/AIDS and the recent experience of SARS and swine flu.

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Fall 2009 Epidemic Models Math 636 - San Diego …

PDF Course this case near the corner of the feasible region with (S;I) = (N;0), which has unstable equilibria.Thus, the solution initially increases until it crosses the line S = N”=fl.Subsequently, the disease decreases, and the solution tends towards a stable equilibrium with (S;I) = (Se;0) andSe < N”=fl. If R0 = fl

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Diseases Gone Global: What causes epidemics?

PDF Course spread to cause epidemics in 29 other countries around the world. Quickly dubbed SARS, for severe acute respiratory syndrome, the deadly virus caused worldwide alarm and a media frenzy as the World Health Organization issued a global alert. Over the next five months,

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Epidemics, Inequality, and Poverty in Preindustrial and Early ...

Course and spacing in time of lethal epidemics and improvements in life expectancy, and by discussing how epidemics affected inequality in health and living standards. (JEL D31, I12, I14, I30, N30, J11, J31) *Bocconi University, Dondena Centre, and IGIER, Milan (Italy), and the Stone Center for Research on Socio-Economic Inequality.

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Introduction to Epidemiology|Public Health 101 …

Course E-learning course – Introduction to Epidemiology Quick-Learn Lessons take 20 minutes or less to complete. Lessons are also accessible from mobile devices. A Brief Introduction to Data Cleaning Learn to identify the common errors in data reporting and describe the importance of maintaining accurate data throughout the data collection process.

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Epidemiology Training & Resources|Epidemic …

Course Dec 10, 2021 · Six lessons cover basic epidemiology principles, concepts, and disease surveillance or investigation procedures. Learners are eligible for continuing education (CE). Public Health 101 Series — A set of courses that provides an introduction to public health and covers the sciences essential to public health practice. Topics include epidemiology, public …

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Public health interventions in pandemics and epidemics

Course La version française de ce cours est disponible sur: https://openwho.org/courses/interventions-sante-publique. Overview: The 21st century has witnessed changes - travel and trade, urbanization, environmental degradation and other trends that increase the risk of disease outbreaks, their spread and amplification into epidemics and pandemics. At the same time, …

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CONFRONTING EPIDEMICS Perspectives from History, Ethics, …

Course Welcome to Confronting Epidemics—Perspectives from History, Ethics, and the Arts. This two-week, six-module course explores historical and contemporary societal, ethical, and artistic responses to selected epidemics of infectious or contagious disease, particularly

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CORE Principles | Holyoke Community College

Course Mar 17, 2022 · Orisich's seven-week "Epidemics in History" class examined timely issues, such as the differences between pandemics, epidemics, and outbreaks, and lessons learned (and not learned) from the 1918 influenza pandemic. That course and others he's taken through CORE have clearly inspired Bramin, who asked that his last name not be used.

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Course We will consider the following epidemics: the bubonic plague of the 1300s, the 1918 influenza epidemic, the HIV/AIDS crisis, and COVID19. The course will be supplemented by guest lectures from other related disciplines like biology, history and African studies.

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PLoS MEDICINE Hyperinfectivity: A Critical Element in the …

PDF Course the seasonal epidemics of cholera seen in endemic regions. The risk factors for cholera are varied and stem from multiple transmission pathways, including direct person-to-person contact and indirect transmission through the environment (e.g., food and water contamination) [2]. In epidemic situations, a fundamental question regarding

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EPIDEMICS INVESTIGATED - Pan American Health Organization

PDF Course EPIDEMICS INVESTIGATED existence of “jungle yellow fever” was proven some 30 years later in Brazil. Dr T H G Aitken, entomologist at the TRVL, suggested the possibility of the existence of a 10-15 year cycle in the upsurge of yellow fever activity in Trinidad (Aitken 1991), if not in humans, certainly in monkeys.

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PDF Course Modeling Epidemics (GNM 2XXX) { Fall/Spring 20XX W Designation: W2 { Writing will the be primary means of evaluation for this class Instructor Information: Instructor: Philip Eaton, Ph.D. (Just call me Philip) O ce: USC2-206 Email: philip.eaton@stockton.edu Email is the best way to get into contact with me outside of o ce hours.

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THE MATHEMATICAL MODELING OF EPIDEMICS - University …

PDF Course epidemics are an actual problem for health institution that are continuously facing emerging and reemerging diseases. 1Such a cause of plague, such a deadly in°uence, once in the country of Cecrops fllled the fleld with dead and emptied the streets, draining the city of its citizens. For it arose deep within the

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EPIDEMIC TECHNIQUES

PDF Course Gossip Communication a.k.a Epidemic protocol, Rumor Spreading Gossip protocol is a style of computer-to-computer communication protocol extensively used in distributed systems Periodic exchange of bounded size messages

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EPIDEMICS CAN TAKE A VARIETY OF COURSES

Course Three superepidemics, known as pandemics, of influenza encircled the globe during the 20th century. The first was 1918 Spanish Flu, a scourge that killed over 20 million people world-wide, including 500,000 in the U.S. The 1957 Asian Flu and the 1968 Hong Kong Flu killed 69,800

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