N572PE: Collection and Interpretation of Surveillance Data

Students implement a surveillance and epidemiologic investigation, collecting and analyzing data. Techniques for examining, recording and analyzing surveillance data are explored and applied in select scenarios. Infection rates, incidence and prevalence are investigated, as well as such topics as risk stratified rates and antibiotic resistance patterns. The statistical significance of data findings is calculated and analyzed. This course includes 45 hours of practice experience activities.
Credit hours: 3
Prerequisites:
Proctored exam: No

Textbook Information

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Disease Surveillance
Blazes, D. L.
Jones and Bartlett 2016
ISBN-10: 0429172044
ISBN-13: 9780429172045
e-Book ISBN: 9780429585999
*eBook available on https://www.jblearning.com/catalog/9781284167016/
Infectious disease epidemiology 3rd
Nelson, K. E. & Williams, C.
Jones and Bartlett 2014
ISBN-10: 1449683797
ISBN-13: 9781449683795

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2022 Aug 8 weeks 11/01/21 - 08/20/22 08/15/22 - 10/09/22 TBD
2022 Nov 8 weeks 02/01/22 - 10/31/22 11/21/22 - 01/15/23 TBD
2023 Jan 8 weeks 05/27/22 - 12/30/22 01/16/23 - 03/12/23 TBD