BIOL 15
The Role of Epidemiology in Public Health and Evidence-Based Medicine
Last Offered Winter 2013

This course is not offered in the current catalog or this is a previous listing for a current course.

Class Details

The Class: Format: WSP Project
Limit: 18
Grading: pass/fail only
Requirements/Evaluation: evaluation will be based on active participation and a written epidemiologic analysis/critique of a published research article, perhaps on a topic of personal interest, or a written profile of leadership that is bookworthy
Extra Info: afternoons, at least 3 times a week, for approximately 8 hours each week, with some late afternoon/evening meetings, depending on the schedule of guest speakers
Extra Info 2: Nicholas H.Wright '57 MD, MPH is a medical epidemiologist who lives in Williamstown; he spent his career in international health, with particular focus on maternal and child health, including familty planning, in South and Southeast Asia
Prerequisites: curiosity, personal interview, and/or a short essay (1 page or less) stating your reasons for interest in the course and what you think you can contribute
Unit Notes: questions about the course can be directed to the instructor ([email protected], 458-5841)
Materials/Lab Fee: $200 for copying and reading materials

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