Field Epidemiology
Linda Quick
Field Epidemiology > Global Health
Ended: Jan 29, 2014 at 10:00 am EDT
An Outbreak of Oropharyngeal Tularemia from Drinking Contaminated Tap-Water -- Sancaktepe Village, Bayburt Province, Turkey, July-August 2013. Presented by: Dilber Aktas, MD. Turkey FETP Fellow, Department of Early Warning Response and Field Epidemiology, Public Health Institution of Turkey
This is a meeting of the TEPHINET Program Directors to run all day on September 6th.
This conference brings together students and graduates from Field Epidemiology Training Programs (FETP) of members of the network countries in the world and during this venue, research works of different natures are presented and discussed, such as outbreaks, analysis or evaluation systems surveillance or other relevant topics for public health of countries. You will be able to view and participate in most of the sessions live and after the fact via the recordings. Register now!
This short talk describes what is a case definition, why we use them, and issues with sensitivity and specificity of case definitions.
A short talk on basics of creating case definitions.
This 30 min talk presents basic guidelines for creating tables to view data.