Introduction. Strengthening Laboratory and Epidemiology Collaboration. May 2007. Learning objectives. At the end of this presentation, participants should know: The goal of this course The specific objectives of the course The methods used during the course. Why this course?.
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Strengthening Laboratory and Epidemiology Collaboration
At the end of this presentation, participants should know:
Public health is multidisciplinary
Specialists may have different
Specialists need to collaborate often on
Activities must be coordinated to reach common goals
Identify common goals
Understand that there are different perspectives
Recognize different skill sets
Respect different working cultures
To facilitate communication and collaboration between epidemiologists and the laboratory by:
Identify criteria to select an appropriate laboratory
For each type of sample, know:
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