As a health care professional in public health, describe some examples that demonstrate the importance of interaction of variables in a two-way analysis of variance.

As a health care professional in public health, describe some examples that demonstrate the importance of interaction of variables in a two-way analysis of variance.

This course is designed to provide you the knowledge and skills in application, evaluation, analysis, and interpretation of biostatistical data used to inform public health programs, policy, and practice. Elizabeth Pisani is an epidemiologist in public health and has a message about the role that politics has on the use of the data. View “Elizabeth Pisani: Sex, Drugs and HIV – Let’s Get Rational.” Do you agree or disagree with Pisani’s message about the role of politics in public health?

Assume you are working for a local public health organization at the state level. Your team wants to develop a program to prepare for a possible pandemic that is spreading worldwide. View, “Laurie Garrett on Lessons From the 1918 Flu.” How could knowledge of the course objectives help you make recommendations to your organization?