Basic Epidemiology Training Series
E is for Epidemiology
Five-part training series that introduces non-epidemiologists to the basic concepts of epidemiology.
I is for Investigation
Contains seven modules that use case studies to examine the concepts of an outbreak investigation.
P is for Practice
Features six case studies developed to allow non-epidemiologists to practice basic epidemiology skills.
Published from 1999 through 2008 by the Epidemiologic Research and Information Center (ERIC), and recently revised in 2014-15, this electronic epidemiology newsletter provides education in epidemiological methods as well as content areas of special significance to Veterans Administration clinicians, researchers, and administrators.
Published as a bi-monthly periodical (2003-2008), FOCUS offers a hands-on practical approach to topics in field epidemiology.
This training is designed to help public health professionals at the local level integrate use of the Incident Command System (ICS) into a common public health department activity: investigating a disease outbreak.
This self-guided training program was designed for local health department staff and community volunteers to build awareness of the psychosocial consequences of disasters.
This curriculum developed for local health department epidemiology teams in North Carolina offers individual and group activities addressing applied epidemiology competencies designed to improve team functioning.
This face-to-face training curriculum was designed for newly hired preparedness coordinators in North Carolina and introduces the public health preparedness supporting infrastructure, strategic planning, and key partners for local public health preparedness planning.