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18.09.2017 To 22.09.2017

Spatial Epidemiology: Modelling Health Outcomes

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The course addresses spatial-epidemiological concepts and modeling with a focus on urban health. We concentrate on state-of-the-art multivariable statistical and spatial statistical modeling to health outcomes and associations with socio-ecological factors of urban contexts. We Combine theoretical and lab work on statistical analysis and spatial-epidemiological modeling techniques in an interdisciplinary approach.

The summer school Spatial Epidemiology and Urban Health is attracting participants due to its interdisciplinary character. Combining the scientific approaches of the discipline of geography with its genuine focus on space with those of epidemiology, biostatistics and the public health sciences makes it possible and fruitful for the participants to deal with spatial dimensions of health. Some of the summer school faculty has long-lasting cooperation demonstrated by Joint publications in the field of urban and megacity health.

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Speakers:

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Event organizer:

Institut für Public Health / Humboldt Universität Berlin

Venue/location:

Charité Campus Virchow-Klinikum, Forum 3

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Contact

nina.adelberger@charite.de

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