By Mohammed S. on 06. January 2023 for Epidemiologic Terminology
It is very easy to understand and keep up with the concepts
Nice way of explanation
By Rajesh S. on 20. September 2022 for Epidemiology and Biostatistics: Introduction
This is really nice lectures and method of teaching by Dr. Raywat.
By Enzo u. on 29. December 2021 for Critical Thinking and Evidence Based Medicine (EBM): Introduction
EBM best introduction I`ve had ever viewed.
His English is clear for IMGs.
Great course -a must listen
By Elizabeth Y. on 02. November 2021 for Epidemiology and Biostatistics: Introduction
I like the way the material is presented and the professors overall lecture energy and outline.
By Braulio C. on 23. September 2021 for Learning Outcomes – Critical Thinking and Evidence Based Medicine (EBM)
i am very pleased with this lesson! I really unterstood everything
By JosephCollins U. on 16. June 2021 for Epidemiology and Biostatistics: Introduction
Made epidemiology super easy. Really enjoyed studying it. Good job
By Ismael V. on 25. May 2021 for Epidemiology and Biostatistics: Introduction
The course is very well presented and didactic.
Very good slides.
The presentator must talk a little bit slower.
By John G. on 13. May 2021 for Epidemiology and Biostatistics: Introduction
Professor Deonandan is excellent. He teaches with clarity, profundity, and conviction. The explanations are clear and the examples help to understand the concepts. Additionally, his tone and rhythm are very adequate, making it easy to understand for those of us that English is not our native language.
By Dengu D. on 01. May 2021 for Epidemiology and Biostatistics: Introduction
It has really been great in Epidemiology and Biostatistics. Thanks to Dr Raywat Deonandan for the passionate teaching skills!
Perfect EBM course
By Yavuz G. on 10. March 2021 for Learning Outcomes – Critical Thinking and Evidence Based Medicine (EBM)
Helped me to memorize the information from medical lessons very well. It is well illustrated. Super useful!
By abudurexiti s. on 19. November 2020 for Smallpox – Epidemiology and Biostatistics
You changed my view on this course ! I actually really enjoyit now
By Mohammed B. on 23. July 2020 for Epidemiology and Biostatistics: Introduction
I chose this rate because this doctor is incredible and this is the first time I understand biostatistics and epidemiology.
He just needs to put more examples in the videos.
Gold Standard lectures
By ashwini m. on 05. July 2020 for Learning Outcomes – Critical Thinking and Evidence Based Medicine (EBM)
Cheers to my research question - P - Medical Students and Graduates ,
I - Dr. Raywat Deonandan Videos,
C - other videos,
O - Understanding Core Epidemiology and its concepts :) ,
Amazing Lectures , Thank you so much Dr.Raywat .
Thank you l like it
By andre g. on 29. June 2020 for Epidemiology and Biostatistics: Introduction
These lectures contain the necessary main points in the epidemiologic domain which are going tp be a complementally aid in the medical field knowledge.
My reation to the course.
By Ivor S. on 31. May 2020 for Epidemiology and Biostatistics: Introduction
In my student days in the 1950’s Statistics was a chore. It is only when I had some data of my own was it interesting. But it was the event of electronic calculators and later computers that got me interested again in Maths. The greater part of my professional career in Nuclear Medicine again stimulated an interest in both maths and the physical sciences.
Latter, I became interested in heath effects of the radiation of populations. Especially, of interest to me was the debate, still on-going of the, ‘No Linear Threshold.’ I understand very useful from the point of view of setting regulatory standards. Useless from the point of view of predicting deaths from low level radiation. Of course, this was formulated prior to contemporary ideas of cell biology.
To return to your lecture series, it is of great interest to me as to the definitions used in epidemiology. Thank you for a stimulating series
Needs more in depth information
By Daivd D. on 04. April 2020 for Study Design Types – Critical Thinking and Evidence Based Medicine (EBM)
Pretty good, but needs more information about each type of study
Clearing my conception
By Rubaba B. on 23. February 2020 for Epidemiology and Biostatistics: Introduction
Very very well explained! Epidemiology seems easier now after watching these lecture videos.
By Alejandro B. on 10. November 2019 for Epidemiology and Biostatistics: Introduction
IT is a great set of classes and very useful. Thank you
Great course, I also suggest that...
By Noah S. on 22. October 2019 for Epidemiology and Biostatistics: Introduction
I am enjoying this course thoroughly.
Audio on this course is a little difficult to hear sometimes, probably due to mic placement or improper equalisation, but it's not too bad. Would be nicer if it was clearer.
By Victoria W. on 10. March 2019 for Epidemiology and Biostatistics: Introduction
Dr. Deonandan is great! I found my epidemiology lectures really difficult to focus upon, but he makes it interesting. I thought his summaries were great, as well as his simple and straightforward explanations -- with examples!
By Christopher A. on 06. March 2019 for Descriptive Studies – Epidemiology and Biostatistics
as always, makes the lecture more interesting and simple for a course such as epidemiology
Laid out nicely and well comprehensible
By Christopher A. on 05. March 2019 for Epidemiologic Terminology
Question section does really capture the essentials of what was taught
Easy to understand
By Nathaly Y. on 11. February 2019 for Smallpox – Epidemiology and Biostatistics
Easy to understand. Shows the most importants points and has one of the most important facts to epidemiology.
By olubukola m. on 04. December 2018 for Epidemiology and Biostatistics: Introduction
It was a concise and effective teaching style. i really gained a lot in such a short time. Thank you very much.
Very well presented and easy to follow.
By Rob T. on 25. June 2018 for Epidemiology and Biostatistics: Introduction
Lecture series was clear and concise. Well rounded introduction to Epidemiology and Biostatistics.
By Mohammad A. on 14. April 2018 for Origin of Epidemiology
thanks for this short talk about this topic i understand what you say
Very good in all regards
By Daniel W. on 10. April 2018 for Origin of Epidemiology
I enjoyed his method of delivery, I understood it all, and I learned.
By Qusai B. on 19. February 2018 for Epidemiology and Biostatistics: Introduction
Excellent audiovisual explanation of the concepts. Really interesting stuff well understood
biostastics for beginners
By AVUDAIAPPAN P. on 13. February 2018 for Epidemiology and Biostatistics: Introduction
very easy to understand - good meaningful explanations - good lecture - nice good teacher - types of study simplified and more meaningful -
By Sandra F. on 14. December 2017 for Epidemiology and Biostatistics: Introduction
Very good lectures. The professor speaks very clearly about the subjects.
Very helpful !
By Camelia E. on 22. November 2017 for Epidemiology and Biostatistics: Introduction
Clear, concise explanations, quizzes perfectly resume the essence of the lesson.
positive learning experience
By Lori K. on 10. August 2017 for Learning Outcomes – Critical Thinking and Evidence Based Medicine (EBM)
very clear explanations-It would be nice if there were a few more examples on how to apply PICO though
Epidemiology and Biostatistics 101. Awesome
By Rolando C. on 04. December 2016 for Epidemiology and Biostatistics: Introduction
It made epidemiology very easy to understand, remember and apply it to my practice. It helped me a lot in appraising available evidence and use it in making appropriate and prudent clinical decisions in taking care of my patients .