Excellent introduction to epidemiology and public health, all the topics link together well and provide a good understanding of the public health basics which assist with related study and work.
Very informative and simple. A good refresher course for medical students who want to get into public health. The instructor is very clear and concise, making the whole thing easily digestible.
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This course is an excellent introduction to the rudiments of epidemiology and public health in general. I will recommend that anyone interested in or starting out in public health study or practice to take this course. I profoundly thank the course organizer, faculty, John Hopkins University and Coursera platform for offering this essential introductory course; Epidemiology in Public Health Practice.
by Laurel E H W•
This course was very challenging. I feel a prerequisite to this would be a course in excel with formula use to help speed use on spread sheets for exercises. I have not had enough training in excel so had to manually do the math for the spread sheets. The last week of course I found the easiest to grasp. A lot of information to grasp and great reference points.
by Melissa F•
Good course. Lots of information. Only suggestions would be when calculating all the formulas for mortality rate etc, spend a longer module on each one due to the complexity of some of the calculations and maybe more simple calculations to start out with. And only other issue was on week 4 quiz, number 6 question did not have a table accompanying the question.
by Andreia d A•
This module is very extensive, with rich material like texts, videos and excel spreadsheets, that enable the students to practice the concepts taught. I would recommend this module, if you are interested in learning a little further about epidemiology.
by Alexandre F•
The course is very interesting! I would say that it is didactic and in a pedagogical way it facilitates the building of skills for those who are not used to working with certain concepts of information systems and databases. Highly recommend !!!
by Eseosa F I•
This was a very easy-to-follow lesson on epidemiology in public health. The illustrations and exercises were useful for better understanding. I am glad I took this course as it has laid a good foundation for my career goals.
by Mahmoud A•
The information that this course had provided was shallow and very limited, I was expecting deeper and richer topics to be discussed in a course like this.
by Charles W•
I learned a lot of good things, but I think there are typos that I should be fixed.
For example, a table was missing from one of the final quiz questions.
The content is very useful. I learn about the epidemiology in practice application. And the terms of epidemiology. Wish there would be a Chinese script.
by Ranya A•
I think the last week's module was by far the most helpful. Although the first three weeks were useful, the fourth week made it worth my time.
by Guido A K•
Very good course with much more practice. Some of them are very useful, others no that much. It stimulates participation. Overall very good.
by Mary W•
Very good instructor and learning aides. You do need to read and then watch the videos as they go quite fast with a lot of details to absorb.
by Chanda G•
The material was good. The statistical info coupled with the lecture and learning to measure certain data was a little challenging at times.
by John C•
Very useful course. Calculations of age adjusted mortality rates is difficult to understand, although very useful to have the Excel sheets.
by Robert H•
Good course with strong exercises that include handling data in excel. Instructor was excellent and kept it interesting and applicable.
by Gregory G•
Very good course, just a remark : on the last quiz, week 4, one of the table was missing (question 6 I think, the vital statistics...)
by Rabia K•
A very well informed course that will definitely help individuals working or planning on working in public health/epidemiology.
by Marc P•
very interesting course but indicators linked to disease burden need to be further explained/explored.
by Takahide M•
This course was a course introduced by many health indicators.
I think it's difficult for beginners.