Australasian Epidemiologist

23.1 - Teaching Epidemiology and Biostatistics

Volume 23 | Number 1 | July 2016

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Round Table

Teaching epidemiology: the Auckland experience
Robert Scragg, Bridget Kool

Reshaping Biostatistics 1—Moving from the 20th to the 21st century: A case study in teaching biostatistics in the Deakin Master of Public Health
Christopher Stevenson

Blended learning: A way to engage undergraduate students in learning epidemiology and biostatistics?
Melissa Graham

An integrated approach to teaching introductory epidemiology and biostatistics to public health students
Glenda Lawrence

Teaching epidemiology to undergraduate paramedics
David Lim, Xiang-Yu Hou, Vivienne Tippett

Upskilling the epidemiological workforce with advanced biostatistics training: the ViCBiostat Summer School
Julie A Simpson, Andrew Forbes, Rory Wolfe, Lyle C Gurrin, Katherine J Lee, Tibor Schuster, Damjan Vukcevic, Jessica Kasza, Margarita Moreno-Betancur, Sophie Zaloumis, Alysha DeLivera, Cattram D Nguyen, Amalia Karahalios, Joanne McKenzie, Elasma Milanzi, John B Carlin


Peer Reviewed

Contraceptive use in women at risk of unintentional pregnancy
Lieu Thi Thuy Trinh, Kevin McGeechan, Jane Estoesta, Deborah Bateson, Elizabeth Sullivan

Data linkage of healthcare services: Alcohol and drug ambulance attendances, emergency department presentations and hospital admissions (2004–09)
Jason Ferris, Paul McElwee, Sharon Matthews, Karen Smith, Belinda Lloyd

Comparison of two measures of past body size
Danja Sarink, Lin Fritschi, Jennifer Girschik, Jane Heyworth, Renate Winkels, Susan Peters

Alcohol and burden of disease studies: Challenges in conceptualising and measuring harm
Rowan P Ogeil, Sharon Matthews, Belinda Lloyd