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Field Epidemiology Training Program: Scientific Publications

The Field Epidemiology Training Program (FETP) uses evidence-based science to strengthen a trained workforce of disease detectives around the world. Our scientific publications reflect the diversity of public health issues: from emerging infectious diseases that threaten to spread globally to noncommunicable diseases that create an enormous burden on national public health systems. The work cited below addresses disease-specific outbreaks and emergencies; surveillance and laboratory science; and cross-cutting priorities related to disease threats. These publications show the diversity and strong scientific foundations of CDC’s public health work.

Featured Publications

Learn more about the FETP program and its work through these featured articles:

Mafigiri R, Nsubuga F, Ario AR. Risk factors for measles death: Kyegegwa District, western Uganda, February–September, 2015. BMC Infect Dis. 2017 Jul 3;17(1):462.

Traicoff DA, Suarez-Rangel G, Espinosa-Wilkins Y, Lopez A, Diaz A, Caceres V. Strong and Flexible: Developing a Three-Tiered Curriculum for the Regional Central America Field Epidemiology Training Program. Pedagogy in Health Promotion 2015. 1(2): 74-82.

FETP Publications