Notice to Readers: Introduction to Public Health Surveillance Course
CDC and Rollins School of Public Health at Emory University will cosponsor a course, Introduction to Public Health Surveillance, to be held May 7--11, 2007, at Emory University. The course is designed for state and local public health professionals.
The course will provide practicing public health professionals with the theoretical and practical tools necessary to design, implement, and evaluate an effective surveillance program. Topics include overview and history of surveillance systems; planning considerations; sources and collection of data; analysis, interpretation, and communication of data; surveillance systems technology; ethics and legalities; state and local concerns; and future considerations. Tuition will be charged.
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