About the Program
The Summer Program brings world renowned experts in public health methods to Columbus, OH each July. The unique design of the program provides an opportunity for individuals to learn in an atmosphere of intense scholarship and collaboration. It is the intent of the Summer Program to provide you with a learning opportunity that will fit into your professional life without complicating work schedules and other obligations. With this intent in mind the format of the program has been updated to reflect the changing needs of public health practitioners and students. This year the Summer Program will be held over one week and a weekend, and will continue to offer the courses you have grown to expect. There is a course designed to meet your needs, whether you are a student, researcher, public health practitioner, or an individual interested in expanding applicable knowledge and skills.
This year, offerings include, but are not limited to, Basic Biostatistics, Public Health Data Collection and Social Epidemiology. Applied Survival Analysis taught by Dr. David Hosmer and Applied Logistic Regression taught by Dr. Stanley Lemeshow will return.