Courses under development related to infectious disease surveillance.

Which Stats Method? provides a basic overview of general statistical methodology that can be useful in the areas of infectious diseases, environmental medicine, and labwork. By the end of this course, students will be able to identify appropriate statistical methods for a variety of circumstances.

This course will not teach students how to implement these statistical methods. The aim of this course is to enable the student to identify which methods are required for their study, allowing the student to identify their needs for subsequent methods courses, self-learning, or external help.

Longitudinal Analysis for Surveillance teaches students to run “normal regressions” in situations where the data structure would ordinarily prohibit you from running regression models. These situations mostly pertain to clusters of correlated data.

When dealing with longitudinal data, there are two kinds of analyses that can be performed:


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