MCHP - Courses We Teach


MCHP Researchers teach a number of courses in the Max Rady College of Medicine, Rady Faculty of Health Sciences. This includes undergraduate courses in Population Health and several graduate courses in the Department of Community Health Sciences (CHS). These courses and MCHP staff members are listed below:

  • Undergraduate Courses
    • Elective Clerkship Rotations - Dr. Alan Katz
    • Statistics and Research Design - lectures for Undergraduate Medical Education (Year 1 and 2 medical students and the Physician Assistant Program) - Dr. Dan Chateau
  • Graduate Courses - (Fall Term, 2018)
    • CHSC 7310 Epidemiology of Health Care - Drs. Noralou Roos and Marni Brownell
    • CHSC 7400 Seminar in Foundations of Disease Analytics Part A - Dr. Lisa Lix - (spans Fall 2018 and Winter 2019)
    • CHSC 7520 Principles of Epidemiology - Dr. Nathan Nickel
    • CHSC 7730 Topics in Health Services Research Part A - Dr. Malcolm Doupe - (spans Fall 2018 and Winter 2019)
    • CHSC 8600 Senior Seminar in Community Health Sciences - Dr. Les Roos

Tutorials and Workshops

MCHP staff also provide educational and technical tutorials and workshops. This includes CHS course material, an on-line SAS PC tutorial, notes from a structural equation modeling (SEM) workshop, and links to a set of Supercourse lectures by MCHP. We also provide an in-person, 20-hour SAS workshop for beginner to intermediate SAS-users. Detailed information is available from the links below:

Last Updated: December 4, 2018