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Environmental epidemiology 871


 
Module code EOM 871
Qualification Postgraduate
Faculty Faculty of Health Sciences
Module content

This module is an introduction of the various types of epidemiological study designs that are applied in the investigation of the association between environmental exposures and health outcomes. Apart from the classical epidemiological study designs (cross-sectional, case-control and cohort designs that are introduced in HME 874), other study designs such as the time-series, case-crossover, panel, spatial, genetic and molecular study designs are introduced and discussed. The statistical techniques that are applied in the time-series, case-crossover, panel, spatial, genetic and molecular study designs are discussed as well as the implication of random and systematic errors in exposure/health assessment on the measures of associations; hence a basic biostatistics vocabulary (introduced in BOS 874) is required.

Module credits 10.00
NQF Level 09
MPH
Prerequisites No prerequisites.
Language of tuition Module is presented in English
Department School of Health System and Public Health
Period of presentation Year

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