Description: This course is an introduction to the production of scientific abstracts/posters/articles in Epidemiology. Students will read articles from epidemiology journals and write bi-weekly assignments related to their internships and masters paper topics. We will focus on the production of clear and concise prose that communicates complex ideas effectively to the reader.
Description: The ability to generate and interpret evidence is critical to addressing human rights abuses both in the courts and through national and multilateral policies. This course will use case studies to examine how to frame population research priorities and designs from a human rights perspective.