In the third 45-minute installment of the five-part series, Basic Concepts in Data Analysis for Community Health Assessment, we continue instruction on how to analyze and interpret data for public health purposes, begun in the preceding course.
- List six measures commonly used in public health
- Describe the difference between uses of incidence and prevalence rates
- Explain different ways to measure statistically significant difference
- Describe how to deal with the problems of unstable rates and small numbers
Public health professionals who want to increase their familiarity with the basic concepts of epidemiology
Basic Concepts in Data Analysis Series
Part 1: Overview of Public Health Data
Part 2: Analysis and Interpretation of Public Health Data 1
Part 3: Analysis and Interpretation of Public Health Data 2
Part 4: Presenting Public Health Data
Part 5: Data Available to Public Health Professionals
These online courses have audio narration and interactive exercises. The courses take between 30 and 60 minutes.
The five modules in this series were developed by Washington State Department of Health in partnership with the Northwest Center for Public Health Practice. Funding was provided by a CDC grant for Assessment in Action, grant no. 5U82CD022378-05, to Washington State Department of Health. The contents of this training course are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official view of CDC.
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