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Milken Institute School of Public Health
Public Health (PUBH)
PUBH
6271
Disaster Epidemiology
Disaster Epidemiology
Fall 2017
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PUBH 6002 and PUBH 6003
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Introduction to disaster epidemiology that elucidates the important role epidemiologists play in assessing the health and psychological effects of natural and man-made disasters and in identifying factors that contribute to these effects. Focus on applications of epidemiologic methods to the study of public health consequences of disasters, case studies from actual disasters used to illustrate various roles of epidemiologist in responding to these events and lessons learned. Highlight key skills that epidemiologists need to be part of a response and recovery. Identify methodological issues for future work.
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