Read through both of the case studies. Answer the questions provided for each, then write a short paragraph about what you learned and what epidemiological concepts you were able to apply through this exercise.
Oswego: An Outbreak of Gastrointestinal Illness Following a Church Supper
Cigarette Smoking and Lung Cancer
1. Collect, assess, analyze, and construct definitions, data sources, principles, and limitations related to the epidemiology of public health.
2. Calculate, synthesize, and communicate epidemiological information to a variety of audiences.
1. Integrate epidemiological concepts to conduct a thorough study evaluation.