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Notice to Reader Courses on Epidemiology, Public Health Informatics, and Advanced Case Studies in Public Health Practice

CDC and the University of Washington School of Public Health and Community Medicine will cosponsor courses in epidemiology, public health informatics, and advanced case studies in public health practice as part of the 1997 Summer Institute of Public Health Practice at the University of Washington School of Public Health, July 21-August 1, 1997, in Seattle, Washington. The epidemiology course will provide an in-depth consideration of special epidemiologic topics. The informatics course will cover the principles of applying information technology to public health practice. The advanced case studies course will examine current issues in public health practice using several management tools and analytic techniques. These courses are offered in conjunction with various practice-oriented public health science and management courses at the Summer Institute. Public health practitioners are encouraged to attend the courses.

Participation in each course is limited, and early application is encouraged. There is a tuition charge. Additional information and applications are available from the Center for Health Education and Research, 1001 Broadway, Suite 217, Seattle, WA 98122; telephone (206) 720-4250; fax (206) 720-4218; e-mail:; World-Wide Web site:

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