Evidence forms the basis of modern medicine. Clinical research provides us with this evidence, guiding health professionals towards solutions to problems that they face in daily practice. Transferring existing problems in medical practice to a research setting is a challenging process that requires careful consideration. The practice of clinical epidemiology aims to address this through the application of established approaches for research in human populations, while at all times focussing on the problem at hand from a clinical perspective.
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Nice course I have learned minute details of epidemiology.
Nice, thought provoking, brain engaging, different, unusual ways to attract to learning and getting the feedback in innovative way, trying to fill up the gap in usual offline classes.
This is an interesting course. A most for everyone and not necessarily for Clinicians of people in Public Health
It was an impactful time to learn, many thanks to all who made this study a successful and educative one. more feats to you all.