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ジョンズ・ホプキンズ大学(Johns Hopkins University) による Essential Epidemiologic Tools for Public Health Practice の受講者のレビューおよびフィードバック



In order to make a difference in the health and well-being of a population, we must understand the burden of all problems and conditions that affect the population, as well as how well our efforts to mitigate these problems are actually working. This course provides you with some essential skills and tools that will enhance your ability to describe and understand the health of your community. The tools that epidemiologists use are in fact useful for all public health practitioners, including data scientists, program officials, agency leaders, and policymakers. Whether you are deeply enmeshed in your career and looking to augment your skills, or are looking to change career paths into the field of public health, this course will give you some of the practical knowledge and skills that we hope you can apply in your professional endeavors....



The lessons are very helpful and the method of teaching is very straightforward. I just wish there would have been handouts for the exercises so that we can easily keep a file for future reference.


This course was a simple and easy-to-follow introduction to some integral programs that are used by public health practitioners. I highly recommend spending a few hours learning from this course!


Essential Epidemiologic Tools for Public Health Practice: 476 - 493 / 493 レビュー

by Kaeleen D


I enjoyed the course but it is a bit more basic than I expected. I would really like a course on GIS alone. That would be great. It is thorough and interesting.

by Elizabeth M


It was interesting! I liked learning the history of the subject, and the professor connecting the dots of graphs and reaching a target audience.

by Janice E B


I felt that the pace of the course was quite rushed particularly with so many of the graphic content being fact dense.

by Pamela N


Awesome course, but I was struggling to accomplish the last activity for week 4 which involves GIS in public health.

by Saurabh K


Helpful to understand public health problem and study epidemiology and understand tools and formulae to be used.

by Ahmed S Y


Issues with QGIS lesson, it would be helpful if an instructor gave feedback in the discussion forum

by Angela K T C


It was a good course. However, it is less interactive. It also contains less real life examples.

by Kelley N


Fairly interesting, but VERY basic. The info was good, there was

by Daisy S


Mapping activity wasn't good. Very confusing.

by Thomas L


Factfinder has been decommissioned.

by Amy K


The information was okay, but the entire 4th week had to do with laying out maps and there was no help with the program / it was quite impossible to complete. There was no way to get help in the forums.

by Gay H


Lack of facilitator support. It was my first time to practice on the GIS. I followed the instructions, but I could not get it right. Questions were raised in the forum but nobody responded.

by Anna F


Maybe my expectations were too high, but I am honestly disappointed by this course. The first week is only a very shallow introduction to the history of public health and epidemiology. The second week only teaches you basic middle school mathematics and in the last week, there are partly no video lectures because the content is too outdated and partly there are video lectures in a bad quality. Each video is not very long, but there is at least a minute only music intro and outro. No support by teachers with technical questions on QGIS, I watched a youtube tutorial in the end. Gave me an overview though, on what I still need to study to work in public health.

by Isabelle Y


I just tried this course for 7-days free trial. I did not find this course interesting. However Coursera automatically renewed my subscription and charged me $65. I tried to contact Coursera customer services to dispute the charge. There are no customer service phone number or customer service email. I contacted my credit card company. My credit company gave me a number 1-800-952-5210 to contact Coursera. This number is not working. I don't know whether there are other students have been automatically renewed their subscriptions and charged without their knowing. And there is now way to dispute the charge.

by Joanne J


Lecturer cannot articulate well in English so it was hard for me to understand him and enough examples were not given for the different ratios

by dr M S C


I request to please change you payment method. I simply lost my 6,986 rupees just because of your automatical payment method.

by Julian V


Remove me please



v ery poor