Bocquier Philippe; Gourbin Catherine;
- The mortality history of populations : compared perspectives of epidemiological transitions - Information systems and strategies of observation and research in the field of health (prospective and experimental studies, case-control studies) - Concepts - health, reproductive health, morbidity, nutritional status, disability, dependence, mortality - and their indicators - Demo-epidemiologic measures: incidence, prevalence, relative risks - Today's main problems in public health: North/South comparison.
At the end of this learning unit, the student is able to :
|1||Knowledge of the sources of information and of the tools and methods to analyze health and mortality in popu-lations over time and space.|
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Written examination. Access to references, presentations and other course documents on Icampus. Portfolio of readings.
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