For first year medical Fellows and all other LEAH Fellows, Tuesday mornings (typically 8AM-1PM) are devoted to interdisciplinary seminars on such topics as epidemiology and research, advocacy, program development, adolescent development, cultural competency, mental health, psychopharmacology, leadership in practice, Life Course, writing for publication, and teaching.
AC511.0 - Clinical Epidemiology and Population Health (January)
Clinical Epidemiology and Population Health allows students to develop skills to interpret evidence for the treatment of individual patients and provides an introduction to considering health and health care at the population...
The purpose of this course is to provide fellows with an overview of basic research designs and analytic methods used in the study of adolescent health. The yearlong course provides an introduction to the following methodological areas used in adolescent health research: Statistics (fall semester), qualitative methods (winter session), and epidemiology (spring semester).