Disaster Epidemiology Tools Workshop: Public Health Surveillance after Disasters
Premiere Date: 1/30/2007; 25 minutes


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Epidemiologists play an important role in assessing the health effects of natural and man-made disasters and in identifying the factors that contribute to these effects. Join Wayne Enanoria Ph.D., from UC Berkeley's Center for Infectious Disease Preparedness, in this three-part series as he discusses key topics in disaster epidemiology. In this second program, epidemiologic inference of surveillance data is discussed. The California Office of Binational Border Health (COBBH) has sponsored these programs which are available for viewing in Spanish on our website. Recorded on 8/22/2007. (#12135)


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