Prevention Effectiveness Fellowship Curriculum
- Introduction to Policy Research, Analysis, and Evaluation at the CDC
- Concepts in Cost-Effectiveness Estimates, Uncertainty, and Modeling: Applications to Analyzing Person-Level Cost-Effectiveness Data, Jeffery Hoch, University of California, Davis
- Introduction to Decision Modeling, DARTH Working Group, University of Minnesota
- Various Software Trainings (R, Python, NetLogo, Matlab, TreeAge)
- Seminars in Advanced Econometrics
- Seminars in Modeling Methods
- Data Visualization
- Machine Learning in Public Health
- Introduction to Program Project Management
Experiential Learning Activities
- Work with research teams composed of supervisor, team leads, mentors, and colleagues.
- Action Inquiry Group learning – Fellows dialogue with each other, reflecting on the learning and questions arising from their experiences.
- HERG Seminar Series provides a forum for presentations and discussions by eminent scientists in the field, focusing on economics.
- Modeling Seminar Series provides a forum for presentations and discussions by eminent scientists in the field, focusing on infectious disease modeling and analytics.
- CDC Lectures provide a forum for CDC workforce to gain insight on public health issues affecting individuals within the United States and throughout the world.
- National Scientific or Professional Conferences provide fellows will have the opportunity to attend, and even present at, a range of national scientific meetings or conferences.
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