330.617.01—Psychopathology for Public Health. Those with a clinical background in psychiatry, psychology, or social work are exempted from this requirement.
340.601.01 Principles of Epidemiology; or
340.721.01 Epidemiologic Inference in Public Health; or
340.751.01 Epidemiologic Methods I; or
another prior or concurrent course in epidemiology, approved by the instructor.
- Demonstrate knowledge of the descriptive epidemiology of the major mental disorders—prevalence, incidence, and natural history
- Discuss the most important risk factors for the major mental disorders
- Discuss gaps in knowledge, and future needs and trends in the field of psychiatric epidemiology
- Discuss in detail the most recent scientific knowledge about one or more risk factors for psychiatric disorders
- Discuss in detail the most recent scientific knowledge about two distinct psychiatric disorders
- Define methodological and conceptual issues for the general field of epidemiology that are especially well-illustrated by the content of psychiatric epidemiology
- 25% Participation
- 35% Paper(s)
- 40% Exam(s)
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