New Virtual Course in Infectious Disease Transmission Models for Decision Makers
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Johns Hopkins Offers New Free Virtual Course on Infectious Disease Transmission Models for Decision Makers
The course is intended for professionals and practitioners who make decisions about public health policies, and aims to make them informed consumers of infectious disease models.
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