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Milken Institute School of Public Health
Epidemiology and Biostatistics (EBIO)
PUBH
6236
Systematic Review of Public Health Literature
Reviewing Public Health Lit
Fall 2017
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Course Type
Discussion Group
Lecture
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PUBH 6002 or EXNS 6204; and PUBH 6003 or EXNS 6208
Corequisites

20
Kim Robien
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The process of conducting systematic reviews of literature in order to translate research into public health practice recommendations. Recommended for MPH candidates planning to conduct a systematic review of the literature for their culminating experience.
1. Identify appropriate sources of data from the peer-reviewed literature. 2. Critically evaluate the scientific literature related to disease prevention. 3. Describe the process of translating the available research into public health practice guidelines for disease prevention.
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Key: 9836