EPIDEM 2183 - READING, ANALYZING AND INTERPRETING PUBLIC HEALTH MEDICAL LITERATURE
This course provides the opportunity to analyze, interpret and critique original research articles. Assignments consist of oral and written reviews of recently published papers. A literature review paper on a topic chosen by the student is also required. Lecture topics include assessing study validity, subject selection, bias, confounding, laboratory methods, results presentation, quality control, statistical analyses, library searches, and bibliographic data base development.
PREQ: EPIDEM 2110 and EPIDEM 2180 and (BIOST 2042 or BIOST 2049)