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Supercourse-Epidemiology Lecture

   September/16/2007

 
COGNITIVE APPROACHES TO SUICIDE. Part I    Part II by Aaron Beck and Gregory Brown Australia Antigen and the Biology of Hepatitis B by Baruch Blumberg
Epidemiology and Sex(ually Transmitted Diseases): The Basics  by Willard Cates Improving child health in developing countries: the critical role of research by Hoosen (Jerry) Coovadia
Contamination of Foods by Pathogens in the Environment  by  Michael Doyle Food Safety Challenges from Farm to Table. Part I    Part II by  Michael Doyle
SOCIAL SECURITY & MEDICARE REFORMS   by Carroll Estes Slide show of TPMT research  by William Evans
MODY: MATURITY-ONSET DIABETES OF THE YOUNG. Part I    Part II  by Stefan Fajans Risk Communication: An Introduction  by Baruch Fischhoff
Genes and the Environment in Cancer Causation  In Spanish    In Russian by Joseph Fraumeni  
WHAT SHOULD PHYSICIANS KNOW ABOUT HEALTH ECONOMICS? by Victor Fuchs THE DECLINE OF MORTALITY IN THE SECOND HALF OF THE 20TH CENTURY  by Victor Fuchs
Non-Medical Determinants of Health by Victor Fuchs Evidence-Based Medicine: Promises and Problems by Victor Fuchs
Health Economics and Health Policy by Victor Fuchs An Overview of Risk Assessment   by Bernard Goldstein
Epidemiological Issues in Determining Whether Benzene Causes Lymphatic Cancer or A Toxicologistís Defense Against the Pump Handle. Part I  Part II  by Bernard Goldstein Risk Assessment as a Risk Management Tool  by Bernard Goldstein
Meeting Basic Survival Needs of the World's Least Healthy People: Toward a Framework Convention on Global Health by Lawrence O. Gostin  
Improving the Human Side of Cancer Care: Psycho-Oncology's Contribution  by Jimmie Holland International Conference on Emerging Infectious Disease (ICEID) 2000 (English version)    (Spanish version)  by James Hughes
21st. Century health challenges: Can be all become healthy, wealthy, and wise?   by Jeffrey Koplan    D-Chiro-Inositol and its Role in Diabetes and Insulin Resistance by Joseph Larner
Hand Hygiene: A Look at the New Guideline. Part I    Part II   Part III by Elaine Larson Microbial Threats to Health in the United States: Natural and Manmade  by Joshua Lederberg
Why Is Sequence Comparison Useful? Part I    Part II  by David Lipman  Update Regarding Blood Transfusions  Part I  Part II  by Ronald Miller
Community Oriented Primary Care. An Overview  by Fitzhugh Mullan Pathways Toward Building a Supercourse of Science  by Gilbert Omenn
Cancer Prevention, Ethics, and Managed Care   by Gilbert Omenn Public Health Genetics: An Emerging Interdisciplinary Field For The Post-Genomic Era  by Gilbert Omenn
The New Millennium: Values, Perceptions of Risk and the Key Roles of Science and Technology  by Gilbert Omenn Assessing and Managing Environmental Risks: Putting Each Problem Into Public Health Context and Engaging Stakeholders from the Start (Part I)   (Part II) by Gilbert Omenn
GRAND CHALLENGES AND GREAT OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE PUBLIC HEALTH SCIENCES and SCHOOLS OF PUBLIC HEALTH. Part I  Part II  by Gilbert Omenn Genomics, Toxicology, & Public Health (Part I)     (Part II)   by Gilbert Omenn
One Strategy for Gene/Cell Therapy: Harness the Natural Ability of Adult Stem Cells to Repair Tissues by Darwin Prockop Environmental Health and the Health Professional. Ecological Change and Human Health by Roger Rosenblatt
From Finch to Fish to Man: Role of Body Fluid Volume Regulation Part I  Part II by Robert Schrier Tomography  by Lawrence Shepp
Insurance, the Presence of a Medical Home, and the Benefits of Primary Care for Children. Part I      Part II       (in Spanish) Part I     Part II   by Barbara Starfield The Primacy of Primary Care in Health Services Systems   by Barbara Starfield  
Primary Care, Health, and Equity. Part I     Part II     Part I in Spanish  Part II  by Barbara Starfield Clash Of The Titans! Convergence Of Tau And Alpha-Synuclein Amyloid In Neurodegenerative Diseases  by John  Trojanowski
Economics of Tobacco: Myths and Realities. Part I   Part II  by Kenneth Warner  Technology, Policy, and the Future of Nicotine Addiction. Part I  Part II by   Kenneth Warner 
Acute P. aeruginosa Infections-From Genes to the Bedside. The relationship between research and clinical care. Part I  Part II by Jeanine Wiener-Kronish  

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