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Through this OpenCourseWare program website, the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (JHSPH) offers a "snapshot" of its course offerings. The course entitled "Problem Solving for Immunization Programs" addresses immunization basics and provides an overview to the public health, sociological, and economic literature in relation to the topic. Covering a wide range of developed and developing countries, the course covers vaccine-delivery strategies, program management and supervision, epidemiological surveillance, community participation, and disease eradication. One primary activity for the students who enrolled in this class involved analyzing actual vaccination data using the US Center for Disease Control's CASA software program. The materials available here include the syllabus, lecture notes, assignments, and links to related websites, such as information on the CASA software program. Due to copyright restrictions, the schools is not able to provide the readings online, but has posted a bibliography to help users locate the materials. (Note: The materials are not applicable for credit towards any degrees or certificates through the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.)
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