Lecture 3 Feb-01-2010-fin

Lecture 3 Feb-01-2010-fin - 2/1/2010 Welcome to BSCI425 Feb...

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2/1/2010 1 Welcome to BSCI425 Feb 01, 2010 ± Announcements ± Terminology ± Historical overview ± Disease transmission ± Herd immunity 1/27/10 1 BSCI425 2010 @ S. Benson Announcements ± Green name cards ± Questions 1/27/10 BSCI425 2010 @ S. Benson 2 If a new strain of Hanta virus that is highly virulent for deer mice (>90% death) emerges in the southwest the expected impact on human virus cases following an El Nino period is? 25% 25% 25% 25% 1. Morbidity will remain the same 2. Morbidity will increase BSCI425 2010 @ S. Benson 3 Morbidi ty w il . M or bi dity w il. D on’ t k now 0 of 30 3. Morbidity will decrease 4. Don’t know Summary ± Hanta case study take home ± Concept of confounding 1/27/10 BSCI425 2010 @ S. Benson 4
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2/1/2010 2 Confounding Cont. 1/27/10 BSCI425 2010 @ S. Benson 5 What can you conclude from this data? Make a list. 1/27/10 BSCI425 2010 @ S. Benson 6 Infectious Disease Mortality 1/27/10 BSCI425 2010 @ S. Benson 7 Historical Aspects Make a list of epidemics that have occurred (at least five) ± ....
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