My Lectures

Epidemiology

  1. Epidemiology definition & uses Epi_definitionHistoryUses
  2. Basic concepts  Epi_Exp_Outcome_CasePop
  3. Measures of occurrence Epi_MeasuresOccurance
  4. Measures of Association Epi_MeasuresOfEffect
  5. Descriptive epi Epi_DescriptiveEpi
  6. Natural history Epi_NaturalHistoryEtiology
  7. Surveys Epi_Surveys
  8. Case-control studies Epi_CaseControl
  9. Cohort studies Epi_Cohort
  10. Intervention studies Epi_Intervention
  11. Outbreak investigation EpiCom_OutbreakInvestigation
  12. Surveillance Epi_Surveillance
  13. Bias RM_Bias
  14. Measurement error EpiSensitivity&Specificity
  15. Hill’s Criteria of causation Epi_HillsCriteria

Research Methodology

  1. Research Methodology Introduction RM_Basics
  2. Selecting a research question Selecting&RefiningResearchQuestion
  3. Writing a Study Protocol RM_study protocol
  4. Ethical Issues in Research RM_ethics
  5. Sample Selection Methods RM_sampleSelection
  6. Data Collection Methods I RM_DataCollection1
  7. Data Collection Methods II  RM_DataCollection2
  8. Field Organization RM_FieldOrgnization
  9. Scientific reporting RM_ScietificReporting

Biostatistics

  1.  Definition and uses CH_biostatIntro
  2. Observations and Variables CH_biostatObservations
  3. Variable types CH_TypesVariables
  4. Summerizing categorical data CH_Summerize_categorical
  5. Summerizing numeric CH_Summerize_numeric
  6. Probability CH_Probability
  7. Measures of location CH_Location&Spread
  8. Normal Distribution CH_NormalDistribution
  9. Confidence Interval CH_confidence_interval
  10. Significance test of a mean CH_SignificanceTestMean
  11. Comparison of 2 means, paired CH_ComparisonofTwoMeansPaired
  12. Comparison of 2 means, unpaired  CH_ComparisonofTwoMeansUnpaired
  13. Comparison of two proportions CH_ComparisonofTwoProportions
  14. Association between categorical  Association between Categorical Variables
  15. Correlation CH_Correlation

Microbiology