PHA 6935 Epidemiology and Biostatistics in Clinical Toxicology
This 3-credit course, designed around the required text, is structured to comprehensively provide the student with the fundamental concepts of epidemiology and biostatistics as they relate to the analysis of data. Students will learn to critically evaluate and understand data analyses and results presented in the medical literature by applying principles of epidemiology and methods of biostatistics. This information is supplemented with online study guides, detailed module objectives and critical thinking exercises using online journal articles.
|Module 1||Investigation of an Epidemic|
|Module 2||Measures of Mortality, Incidence, and Prevalence|
|Module 3||Measures of Risk and Probability|
|Module 4||Biological Variability|
|Module 6||Sampling and Statistical Significance|
|Module 7||Correlation and Multiple Regression|
|Module 8||Case-control (Retrospective) Studies|
|Module 9||Cohort (Prospective) Studies|
|Module 10||Randomized Clinical Trials|
|Module 11||Association and Causation|
|Module 12||Keys to Understanding Articles on Epidemiologic Studies|
A Study Guide to Epidemiology and Biostatistics
Author: R.F. Morton and J. Richard Hebel
Publisher: Jones and Bartlett Publishers; 7th edition (2011)
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