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POPM 3240 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Coeliac Disease, Susceptible Individual, Osteoporosis

Unit 09: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Epidemiology By the end of this unit you should be able to: Describe the importance and application of statistical modeling, qualitative research methods, and public health to under...

Population Medicine
POPM 3240
Cathy Bauman
POPM 3240 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: World Health Organization, Public Health Surveillance, Disease Surveillance

Unit 08: Surveillance Outbreak Investigations Public health surveillance is the actual system(s) that we put in place to gather information about disease occurrence within a population By the end of this unit you should b...

Population Medicine
POPM 3240
Cathy Bauman
POPM 3240 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Cohort Study, Randomized Controlled Trial, Cancer Registry

Unit 06: Observational Study Design Introduction These are studies in which we do not actually intervene or change anything that is going on in the course of a person or animals life; we just observe them in their natural ...

Population Medicine
POPM 3240
Cathy Bauman
POPM 3240 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Sampling Frame, Systematic Sampling, Roadkill

Unit 5: Sampling Learning Objectives: Identify and describe different sampling approaches and methods for obtaining a sample from a population; Describe the factors that must be considered to select appropriately sized sam...

Population Medicine
POPM 3240
Cathy Bauman
POPM 3240 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Null Hypothesis, Statistical Significance, Recall Bias

Unit 07: Intervention Studies Learning Outcomes: Discuss the design, methodology, and strengthslimitations of each of the common experimental study types in epidemiology. This unit focuses on how epidemiologists investigat...

Population Medicine
POPM 3240
Cathy Bauman
POPM 3240 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Sick Individuals, Biomarker, Positive And Negative Predictive Values

POPM*3240 Epidemiology Unit 03: Screening and Diagnostic Testing Learning Outcomes: By the end of this unit you should be able to: 1. Differentiate the concepts of validity and reliability as they relate to screening and d...

Population Medicine
POPM 3240
Cathy Bauman
POPM 3240 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Attributable Risk, Odds Ratio, Prevalence

Unit 4: Measures of Association and Disease Frequency Learning outcomes: Identify, define, and understand the strengths and weaknesses of various ways to measure disease and health within populations as well as the relatio...

Population Medicine
POPM 3240
Cathy Bauman
POPM 3240 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Genetic Epidemiology, Epidemiological Method, Herd Immunity

Unit 1: Foundations in Health and Disease Transmission Pre-Reflection 1. What is epidemiology? How would you define it? a. Study of how diseases come about in the cells? Microscopically? 2. How would you define health? How...

Population Medicine
POPM 3240
Cathy Bauman
POPM 3240 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Organ Culture, Causal Inference, Cell Culture

POPM*3240 Epidemiology Unit 02: Bias Causation Learning Outcomes: By the end of this unit you should be able to: Identify and discuss the potential effects of common biases observed in epidemiological research, including ...

Population Medicine
POPM 3240
Cathy Bauman
POPM 4040 Lecture 18: Ecohealth
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Ecohealth Water Protection - Ontario - Clean Water Act 2006 (post-Walkerton) Source to tap Multi-barrier approach to prevent contamination - lakes, rivers and aquifers. - Requires communities to assess existing and potenti...

Population Medicine
POPM 4040
Scott McEwan
POPM 4040 Lecture 20: POPM 4040 Lecture : Waterborne illnesses
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find more resources at oneclass.com Lecture 18: waterborne diseases Major Outbreak in Canada Walkerton, Ontario 2000 - E. coli (& Campylobacter) outbreak - 2,300 sick, 7 die - Spring rains runoff...

Population Medicine
POPM 4040
Scott McEwan
POPM 4040 Lecture 15: POPM 4040 Lecture : Shigella
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Shigella Shigellosis: Incidence Worldwide: major cause of diarrhea 165 million casesyear (99 in developing countries) 5-15 of all cases of diarrhea, mostly children <4 yrs 600,000 to 1.1 million deathsyear 69 of all episod...

Population Medicine
POPM 4040
Scott McEwan
POPM 4040 Lecture 12: POPM 4040 Lecture : Bacillus cereus
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Bacillus cereus: Gram positive, aerobic Spore forming o Temperature Grows: 10-45 C o Many of strains can grow in refrigerator Optimal: 28-35 C Produced enterotoxins emetic and diarrheal forms emetic enterotoxin (cereulide)...

Population Medicine
POPM 4040
Scott McEwan
POPM 4040 Lecture 17: POPM 4040 Lecture : Hepatitis A
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Hepatitis A: Clinical Disease - Self-limited disease - Symptoms last 2 months on average Does not result in chronic infection or chronic liver disease Case fatality rate 0.30.6 - Incubation: 15 to 50 days (mean: 28 d) - Vi...

Population Medicine
POPM 4040
Scott McEwan
POPM 4040 Lecture 10: POPM 4040 Lecture : Clostridium and Staph
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Lecture 12: Clostridium perfringens and Staph aureus Infections, Intoxications and Toxico-infections Infection Organisms enter the body with food and multiply in the gastrointestinal tract (GIT), often produce toxins that ...

Population Medicine
POPM 4040
Scott McEwan

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