Epidemiology and Biostatistics
This Master's degree course gives you the tools to analyze and understand infectious diseases and infection prevention!
This master's level course is fully online. In order to sign up for this course, you must have a previous Bachelor's degree or a Master's degree.
- Target audience: In order to study in this course, you must have a Bachelor's degree
- Application period: December 9th until December 31st 2020
- Date: January 1st 2021 - July 31st 2021
- Scope: 5 credits
- Location: Fully online course
- Price: 75 €
Epidemiology and Biostatistics Master's level course gives you the ability to analyze the pathogenesis of infectious diseases, analyze and implement surveillance data in infection prevention and to implement epidemiological tools in infection prevention and outbreak management.
The course consist of the following parts
- introduction on health care statistics and their application in clinical practice and public health
- basics on epidemiology and biostatistics and their application in clinical practice and public health
- epidemiological and intervention study process
- outbreak management
This fully online course consists of online lectures (12 hours) and independent individual and pair work (123 hours). The first online lecture will be held on February 11th 2021 from 9AM until 4PM. The full schedule will be published before the start of the course.
Important dates for assignments
1 e-tivity: Basics of Epidemiology. By 31st Jan 2021
2 e-tivity: Basics of Biostatistics. By 31st Jan 2021
3-etivity: Global Health statistic concepts and parameters. By 31st Jan 2021
4 e-tivity: Basics of Outbreak. 2nd Feb 2021.
5 e-tivity: Outbreak report. 28th Feb 2021.
6 e-tivity: Research table of epidemiological studies. By 31st March 2021
7 e-tivity: Quality of epidemiological studies. 31st March 2020
8 e-tivity: Syndromic surveillance in migrant centers. 4th May 2020.
Methods: Online lectures, e-tivities, online workshops.
McDonald J.H. 2016 Handbook of biological statistics. Available at: http://www.biostathandbook.com/HandbookBioStatThird.pdf