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Disease Screening in Public Health, University of Geneva

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Current and future public health is characterized by the increase of chronic and degenerative diseases, corresponding to the worldwide ageing of the population. The increasing prevalence of these conditions together with the long incubation period of the chronic diseases and the continual technological innovations, offer new opportunities to develop strategies for early diagnosis. Public Health has an important mandate to critically assess the promises and the pitfalls of disease screening strategies. This MOOC will help you understand important concepts for screening programs that will be explored through a series of examples that are the most relevant to public health today. We will conclude with expert interviews that explore future topics that will be important for screening. By the end of this MOOC, students should have the competency needed to be involved in the scientific field of screening, and understand the public health perspective in screening programs. This MOOC has been designed by the University of Geneva and the University of Lausanne. This MOOC has been prepared under the auspices of the Ecole romande de santé publique (www.ersp.ch) by Prof. Fred Paccaud, MD, MSc, Head of the Institute of Social and Preventive Medicine in Lausanne (www.iumsp.ch), in collaboration with Professor Antoine Flahault, MD, PhD, head of the Institute of Global Health, Geneva (https://www.unige.ch/medecine/isg/en/) and Prof. Gillian Bartlett-Esquilant (McGill University, Quebec/ Institute of Social and Preventive Medicine, Lausanne)....

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por JG

Jan 08, 2018

very interesting. I learned a lot about diseases. Very informative course.

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por khaldoun marwan

Sep 05, 2018

1-What are the different study designs that may be used for evaluation of screening programs?

2-What are the important biases and controversies associated with screening?What are the different key resources needed for planning a screening program?What are the characteristics of the decision-making framework used for screening programs.?

3-What examples have you heard of or experienced for evaluation of screening programs?

4-Do you know any examples where screening programs have been stopped?In addition to the examples of future topics in public health screening, can you can think of other topics that would be important?

5- Can you describe how you see these topics developing in the future?

very informative program

thank you for your kind care

por Dr.C.Hanumantharao

Jun 17, 2018

Good but could have been even better if the speakers were more familiar with English pronounciation

por Trygve Berge

Apr 14, 2018

First impression; very good! Have only started the first module

por Camille Kautscher Santa Rita

Mar 08, 2018

Very good, very useful and well done

por Jonathan Golland

Jan 08, 2018

very interesting. I learned a lot about diseases. Very informative course.

por Salvador Ortiz Gutiérrez

Jul 21, 2017

excellent course

por Melissa Harper

May 25, 2017

This course is not very good quality. The transcript is not written well (lots of errors) and it is hard to understand the speakers (lots of hesitation). The questions in the videos cut the speaker mid-sentence, and it just isn't very polished.

I failed the week two quiz despite many attempts and reviewing content. The questions were not written well (gramatical errors) and did not cover the content of the preceeding video. There are many frustrated users on the discussion board with the same issue from the last year. It seems the course admin doesn't reply.

por Ka Keat Lim

Jun 30, 2016

Comprehensive overview of disease screenings for clinicians as well as public health professionals

por David John Hopcroft

Mar 09, 2016

Very interesting course but work needs to done on the language component which was sometimes very confusing. Some really good Powerpoint presentation work.

por AYMAN MOHAMMED ABDULMOHAYMEN ABDELRAHMAN

Nov 30, 2015

Excellent content , but weak language commanding with a strong accent