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Learning Outcomes – Descriptive Epidemiology

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    00:00 what the numbers are actually based on.

    00:01 Okay so what have we learned in this lecture? You now know how to compute prevalence, incidence, particularly incidence density and cumulative incidence. You also know the difference between various measurements of mortality, in particular case fatality ratio and proportional mortality ratio. And you know how to visually instantaneously interpret the meaning of a population pyramid.

    00:22 Thank you.


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    Excellent teaching and lucid material
    By Pooja L. on 19. April 2018 for Learning Outcomes – Descriptive Epidemiology

    The best explanations in epidemiology I have ever come across, both in real life and online. Thank you so much for your excellent teaching.

     
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    By STEVEN S. on 13. October 2017 for Learning Outcomes – Descriptive Epidemiology

    I chose this 5 stars because Professor Raywat is a brilliant teacher. I like the simplicity and ease with which he explains the material and the confidence that he exudes. I would recommend this course to students that struggle with understanding the basic principles of Epidemiology