PHO Microbiology Rounds - What to Do with Flu
- Explain the concept of attributable risk and population attributable risk percent, and their application to invasive bacterial disease;
- Describe health economic analysis, and identify the challenges in quantifying program benefit when diseases are communicable;
- Discuss the challenges associated with real-time epidemic forecasting.
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Wednesday, Dec 11, 2019 | 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm
Venue: 661 University Ave. 17th Floor - Boardroom 17-53 and Webinar
Topics: Infectious Diseases
Type: PHO Rounds: Microbiology
Format: In Person; Webinar
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Presenter(s): Dr. David Fisman
David Fisman is a Physician Epidemiologist at the Dalla Lana School of Public Health and at University Health Network. His research focuses on the application of novel quantitative methods for analysis, quantification and modeling of infectious disease outbreaks.
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