You have 7 days and 2 attempts to take the midterm exam PLAN AHEAD FOR THE FINAL PAPER : When you’ve completed the exam and gone over the answers, be sure to start thinking about topic ideas for the final paper to propose a research study. You will need to submit your initial final paper idea proposal by 3/23. Week 8: 3/12-3/18: Spring Recess Module II. Key statistical concepts and methods for interpreting epidemiologic research Week 9: 3/19-3/23: Statistical Building Blocks; we will also read/discuss autism and immune disorder articles from NY Times and scientific journals; initial final paper idea proposal due on 3/23 Week 10: 3/26-3/30: Statistical significance; we will also read/discuss organic vs. conventional food articles from NY Times and scientific journals Week 11: 4/2-4/7: Correlation versus Causation. There will be an on-line, open-book statistics quiz that covers Module II. You have 6 days and two attempts. Module III. Application of epidemiology to public health issues Week 12: 4/9-4/13: Precautionary Principle; final paper idea should be approved by 4/14 Week 13: 4/16-4/20: Social and Behavioral Epidemiology Week 14: 4/23-4/27: Genetic and Environmental Factors Week 15: 4/30-5/6: Cancer Epidemiology; there will be an on-line, open-book critical review quiz. You have 7 days and two attempts. Week 16: 5/7-5/11: Last Week of Class ***Final papers may be submitted on-line between 5/7 and 5/11 and are due by 5/11 at the latest. Optional extra credit assignments due by 5/11. Graduate Program in Public Health revised Monday, February 04, 2019 Not to be reproduced without permission of program 7
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