The Case-Based Series in Population-Oriented Prevention (C-POP)provides a set of tools to integrate clinical- and community-based prevention into interactive teaching cases. The cases are designed to be adaptable for different levels of education, flexible to be tailored to local situations, and expandable to accommodate changes in the field.
These resources are available to faculty to assist in the instruction of students.
Preceptor versions of Case Studies in Applied Epidemiology that have been developed at CDC and used in training for Epidemic Intelligence Service (EIS) Officers, "disease detectives”.
This curriculum is designed for use in medical schools to support immunization instruction. The materials provide student objectives, learning objectives, key teaching points, and resources.
The TIME modules provide ready-to-use instructional materials that can be integrated into existing medical curricula. The modules include vaccine indications and contraindications, immunization schedules, and recommendations on efficient ways to increase vaccination levels. The case-based modules are designed to encourage active, small-group learning, use modest amounts of faculty and learner time, and are objective-driven.
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