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Preface
What Are These Tutorials About?
This educational series is designed as an introductory course on applying economic evaluation techniques to public health preparedness and response strategies.
This course is targeted to meet the needs of public health professionals at the local, state, or federal level.
The educational series includes the following tutorials: The educational series includes the following case studies:
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How to Use the Tutorials
  • Each tutorial builds on earlier ones. So, it might be easiest to work through the tutorials in sequence.
  • Study questions at the end of each tutorial will allow you to test your understanding by checking your answers against ours.
No previous background in economic evaluation or statistics is required.
You might need a calculator to complete some of the exercises.
Disclaimer
The technical terms used in the course, although borrowed from other disciplines (e.g., epidemiology, economics, or statistics), might have been modified from their conventional uses to fit the needs of the public health arena.
Therefore, these definitions reflect their meaning and usage only within the field of public health.
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