Epidemiologic Computing - EpiInfo Course
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Epi Info 7 (Developing Public Health Software Applications)

Course Dates Two sessions offered in 2017
"Please contact Pia Valeriano directly at pvaleri@emory.edu if you wish to attend any of these courses after application deadline"

1) Basic, Intermediate to Advanced level: May 22-25, 2017 (deadline: May 29, 2017)   Cost: $800/person (4-day training)


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2) Basic to Intermediate Level: June 15-16, 2017 (deadline: June 14, 2017)   Cost: $400/person (2-day training)


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Fees covers tuition, computer laboratory, manual, & other course materials  
Housing and travel expenses, not included in this fee.

Course Description
These courses provide hands-on experience with Epi Info, programming Epi Info software using the latest version to develop public health data systems. Basic course covers Makeview, Enter, basic Checkcoding, basic Analysis and Epi map modules. Intermediate to Advanced level cover Data management, Advance Analysis, Epi Map and Report modules.

Who Should Attend
Public Health personnel who wish to analyze data using the Epi Info program. Prior Epi info experience is not required for this course.

Sample Agenda   Epi Info

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Emory University
Rollins School of Public Health
Hubert Global Health Department
1518 Clifton Road, Grace Crum Rollins Bldg. Room 105
Atlanta, Georgia 30322
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Rollins School of Public Health of Emory University
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Hubert Department of Global Health
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