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View Resource OpenEpi - Epidemiologic Calculators

This site, created by Andrew G. Dean, Roger A. Mir and Kevin Sullivan of Open Epidemiology.com, contains calculators for use in epidemiological calculations. There are modules that can be used online and open source modules that can be downloaded and altered. Some modules include 2x2 tables, an R by C table, proportions, dose-response and trend calculator, sample size, and generation of random...

View Resource Detectives in the Classroom

This curriculum, created by Mark Kaelin of Montclair State University, focuses on developing scientific and statistical literacy in middle and high school students through investigations in epidemiology. There are five modules and thirty-four lessons, each detailing national standards met, instructions for the activities, and lecture slides.

View Resource Supercourse: Epidemiology, the Internet and Global Health

The Supercourse website contains thousands of lectures on global health and prevention "designed to improve the teaching of prevention." Their network includes 174 countries, and is available in no less than 30 languages. The site is located at the University of Pittsburgh and its core developers include Ronald LaPorte, Faina Linkov, Mita Lovalekar, and Eugene Shubnikov. It's a tremendous...

View Resource Romance and Russian Roulette

This learning activity from the Advanced Technology Environmental and Energy Center (ATEEC) demonstrates how epidemics are spread and the importance of condom use for preventing the spread of AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases. The lesson plan is intended for high school or community college courses in environmental biology, biology or an introductory environmental technology course....

View Resource Three Activities: Bacteria Study, Micro Study, and Bacteria Killers

This resource provides a problem-based activity on risk assessment of environmental health issues. The lesson consists of three related activities: Bacteria Study, Micro Study and Bacteria Killers. "Bacteria Study" gives students hands-on experience with the concepts of epidemiology. "Micro Study" has students sketch, observe, and compare different types of bacteria that can grow in moist...

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