Participants are expected to have a basic knowledge of epidemiological tools, and the course aims to show how these tools apply to the study of infectious diseases. After successfully completing this course you as a student are expected to be able to: – explain the concepts and terms used in infectious disease epidemiology – list the steps of an outbreak investigation – describe the functions and problems of a surveillance system – design a simple model for an epidemic – explain how population mixing patterns influence epidemic spread – design a study to test the effectiveness of a vaccine – discuss the important determinants of the antimicrobial resistance problem – discuss national and EU systems to control infectious diseases Learning outcomes are classified according to Bloom's taxonomy: knowledge, comprehension, application, analysis, synthesis, and evaluation.
Application deadline: 16 May, 2016
Doctoral students in KI collaboration programmes such as the National Doctoral Programme in Infections and Antibiotics are considered equal to KI doctoral students when selecting participants if the activities are oversubscribed.
Additional information about eligibility.
When you have been admitted to the course you can apply for NDPIA co-funding of travel and accommodation costs below.
Bookings are closed for this event.