Course Lecturer – PPHS 684

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Course Lecturer (PPHS 684) Winter 2023
PPHS 684 Communicable Disease Surveillance (3 credits)
Winter 2023
Public health (PH) surveillance is the ongoing systematic collection, analysis, and interpretation of data, closely integrated with the timely dissemination of these data to those responsible for preventing and controlling disease. Infectious diseases are a specific case and have a rich history of surveillance methods. Infectious disease surveillance is used to design and evaluate public health measures and is integrated in clinical care and practice.
Location: 2001 McGill College, room 1201
Schedule: Tuesday/Thursday, 4:05pm to 5:25pm
Credits: 3
Teachers required: 1
Teaching Qualification Requirements:
Education: MD and MSc in Epidemiology with specialty training in infectious Diseases or Ph.D. in Epidemiology or Public Health, with focus on surveillance
Experience: Expertise and experience in infectious disease epidemiology and prevention.

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Hiring Unit:

Department of Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Occupational Health

Course Title:

Communicable Disease Surveillance

Subject Code:

PPHS 684


2001 McGill College, room 1201


Tuesday/Thursday, 4:05pm to 5:25pm

Deadline to Apply:


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