November 21, 2017
Infectious diseases intelligence runs from 21–24 November 2017
A course from UNSW for professionals wanting an in-depth understanding of the public health intelligence of infectious diseases. Recommended for those who wish to extend themselves with diverse real-life scenarios to gain new skills that can be applied in their professional practice.
This course uses case studies to teach:
- epidemiological disease pattern recognition
- identification of aberrant patterns
- interpretation of epidemic and surveillance data to inform disease control.
An overview of field epidemiology methods and mathematical modelling of infectious diseases will also be provided.
The course can be taken as a four-day face-to-face workshop or externally in distance mode.