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04 Jun Epidemiology the backbone of public health



Epidemiology underpins everything we do in public health and global health. Epidemiology is more than just research methods and qualitative and quantitative study design. Its about understanding the distribution of states of health and the exposures that cause them. And its about causation. Epidemiology is about population health, outbreaks, pandemics, epidemics. And of course its includes non-communicable diseases too.

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22 Comments
  • Ranjan paudel
    Posted at 13:53h, 04 June

    the night king must probably be coming for you…

  • Will Actualization
    Posted at 13:53h, 04 June

    You are awesome Mr. Martin!

  • Lilian Mganyizi
    Posted at 13:53h, 04 June

    Thank you for sharing

  • Cassandra Masilon
    Posted at 13:53h, 04 June

    Thank you for making this video. It has given me some picture about what epidemiology is all about 😀

  • zisis stip
    Posted at 13:53h, 04 June

    I am accusing Health Organisations of (intentionall??) neglect. I will change mind if a scientist give me logical arguments against.
    A FATAL HYGIENE-MEDICAL MISTAKE CAUSES ACQUIRED HOSPITAL INFECTIONS and UTIs. Wiping, no matter its direction, is, in anyway, dangerous, particularly to women. Τhe DUST that comes from the feces film left after wiping, full of microbes, THROUGH DRYING, FRICTION and AIR, travels to the near uro-genital organs, causing UTI and later to the air and any surface of the house or worse of the HOSPITAL, in the case of in hospital patients, causing the often LETHAL ACQUIRED HOSPITAL INFECTIONS. Keep in mind that the in Hospital weakened ill or old patients are not able even to wipe properly, particularly if ΗEMORRHOIDS coexist. If, correctly, the dust during construction works in Hospitals, is thought as dangerous for its microbes, it is so obviously contradictory, that the dust coming from dried feces, is not!! WHO and Drs it is urgent to take some action, as patients and staff are on every day danger . Zisis Kontogounis, retired Medical Dr.

  • Robin Ghosh
    Posted at 13:53h, 04 June

    Dr. Martin, thank you for this content! Your knowledge and ability to explain and contextualize complex ideas is amazing.

  • Abdirizak Mohamud Yusuf
    Posted at 13:53h, 04 June

    I am interesting to become epidemiologist. Thank you for your good presentation. It's well attractive.

  • Sohel Bepari
    Posted at 13:53h, 04 June

    sir ,,Your video is more educative and easy for beginner of programming .Please add more lecture on c++

  • Hamza Muhammmad adam
    Posted at 13:53h, 04 June

    Thank you so much DR Please i will like you to advise me on how to overcome my difficulties in epidemiology

  • Anil Mishra
    Posted at 13:53h, 04 June

    very imressive!

  • Aharon W Smith
    Posted at 13:53h, 04 June

    this video is catering to those who are very left brained and want mainstream science

  • Aharon W Smith
    Posted at 13:53h, 04 June

    Hey, why the cut on the Chiropractors? Why we got to be dividing the ways of health and healing. Lets build bridges, rather than divide. Without faith, the body can't be healed. Faith is a starting point for all things. Come on Greg… 😉 said with much love and respect… -Aharon W Smith

  • oury sanou
    Posted at 13:53h, 04 June

    THANK VERY MUCH DR

  • Napasorn Leelasinlapasart
    Posted at 13:53h, 04 June

    Wow keep it up you are doing such a good job

  • Lame Nthibelang
    Posted at 13:53h, 04 June

    very helpful though you speak quickly

  • Mohamed Haji
    Posted at 13:53h, 04 June

    Wow! Cheers Dr, I really love your lessons so i hope others

  • هموم الرحيل
    Posted at 13:53h, 04 June

    hello Dr. martin ..
    thank you for this video and I want more information about confunding ..
    and thank you

  • Flower
    Posted at 13:53h, 04 June

    I am now taking public health my love, but this topic is confusing

  • فالح اليزيدي
    Posted at 13:53h, 04 June

    I like this channel , I like the way you summarize the topic ..
    Thank you …

  • zineb bentounsi
    Posted at 13:53h, 04 June

    I love your videos!! Thanks a lot 😀

  • Sonja Darai
    Posted at 13:53h, 04 June

    Hello Dr. Martin. Thanks for your video about Epi. I'm the first one in my community and family to be in PH and Epi so I was looking for a video to share with my professional social justice network, community, and friends/family. This video has great graphics. It has a great goal to cover the basic of Epi. Some feedback are that the speaker's speed is quite fast so I used closed captioning. I understood the concepts mentioned however I've completed biostats, epidemiology, advanced epi, etc. while I've been working on my MPH-MPHP with a focus on epidemiology. I would recommend attempting to break this video apart or simplify because it covers quite a lot. It could potentially be a summary for new students as they start their first epi course however there are quite a lot of terms that may soar over their heads. Finally, I was confused with the divisions in the video. I'll watch again however I believe I heard three sections: 1) intro, 2) advertisement for Univ. of Maryland, and 3) intro then epi review. The large section on Univ. of Maryland seems very out of place and confusing in this place as well as added a chunk of time that I found detracting from the goal. Overall, I thought it was a good start but I would not (at this point) really recommend it to my fellow epi students nor to students I meet along the way who are thinking of taking epi or focusing on the subject. I wish you the best and will explore your other videos.

  • Fatima Chowdhry
    Posted at 13:53h, 04 June

    Hi Dr Martin…great work as ever! I sent you a question via twih website and hope you received it? please do let me know. best

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