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LEO Intermittent Lecturer
We are looking for an experienced instructor to teach Epidemiological Methods, EPID 590.In this course, we will teach how epidemiologists study the frequency, patterns, and determinants of health indifferent populations. Students can expect to learn: -The terminology, principles, and methods of populationbasedepidemiologic research. -How to critically appraise epidemiological research. The course will be dividedinto the following three sections: -Section 1 will serve as an introduction as to the way in whichepidemiologists measure and describe trends in morbidity and mortality as well as the risk factors for theseendpoints. In this section we ask: What are the trends? Do they differ by time or place? Where do we get thedata to study these trends


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