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Semaine
1

Semaine 1

4 heures pour terminer

Theme One: Origins (Epidemics past, present and future)

4 heures pour terminer
13 vidéos (Total 123 min), 7 lectures, 4 quiz
13 vidéos
Week 1 : Introduction55s
Video 1.1: Historic transitions and emergence of epidemic infections9 min
Video 1.2: Why novel emerging infectious diseases continue to arise I9 min
Video 1.3: Why novel emerging infectious diseases continue to arise II5 min
Video 1.4: Why novel emerging infectious diseases continue to arise III10 min
Panel discussion: How to prepare for the next epidemic?7 min
Panel discussion: How to allocate our resources among our fights against different pathogens?5 min
Panel discussion: Zika4 min
Panel discussion: How should we channel our resources?5 min
Panel discussion: Vaccines5 min
Panel discussion: Antimicrobial resistance7 min
Towards Digital Pathogen Surveillance: A very Bumpy, Winding Road46 min
7 lectures
Where are you from?10 min
Entrance survey10 min
Getting Started10 min
Technical issues10 min
Initial thoughts10 min
Week 1 Readings10 min
Week 1 roundup10 min
4 exercices pour s'entraîner
1.18 min
1.28 min
1.34 min
1.48 min
Semaine
2

Semaine 2

3 heures pour terminer

Theme One: Origins (Emergence and ecology of infectious diseases)

3 heures pour terminer
15 vidéos (Total 127 min), 2 lectures, 5 quiz
15 vidéos
Video 2.1: Ecology and evolution of infectious diseases8 min
Video 2.2: Emerging infectious diseases at the human-animal interface8 min
Video 2.3: Phylogenetics9 min
Video 2.4: Emergence of highly pathogenic H5N1 avian influenza virus in Asia10 min
Video 2.5: Emergence of the H7N9 influenza A virus in China9 min
Video 2.6: Swine Influenza and the 2009 Pandemic H1N16 min
Panel discussion: EBOLA IN THE WIDER CONTEXT9 min
Panel discussion: BORDER CONTROLS4 min
Panel discussion: IS STOPPING BUSHMEAT THE ANSWER?5 min
Panel discussion: HOW SHOULD WE USE EXPERIMENTAL TREATMENTS AND VACCINES?7 min
Panel discussion: SHOULD WE CENTRALISE CARE AND ENFORCE LOCKDOWNS?6 min
Panel discussion: WILL EBOLA BECOME AIRBORNE?3 min
Panel discussion: WILL EBOLA BE BECOME A HUGE HUMAN PANDEMIC LIKE HIV?4 min
Global Variation In Risk Of Influenza Virus Emergence32 min
2 lectures
Week 2 Readings10 min
Week 2 roundup10 min
5 exercices pour s'entraîner
2.14 min
2.24 min
2.34 min
2.44 min
2.64 min
Semaine
3

Semaine 3

2 heures pour terminer

Theme One: Origins (Medical Detective: Bug hunting in Epidemics)

2 heures pour terminer
8 vidéos (Total 57 min), 2 lectures, 1 quiz
8 vidéos
Video 3.1: Discovery of a novel microbe: First suspicion4 min
Video 3.2: Finding the cause of interstitial pneumonia3 min
Video 3.3: The identification of the novel virus associated with this infectious pneumonia4 min
Video 3.4: Proof of association & causation: Is SARS coronavirus really the cause of SARS?3 min
Video 3.5: Control of emerging infections depends on: Control at the source6 min
Video 3.6: Alert: coronavirus as the cause of emerging infectious diseases!5 min
Using Genetic Data At Multiple Scales To Understand Constraints On Viral Evolution26 min
2 lectures
Week 3 Reading10 min
Week 3 roundup10 min
1 exercice pour s'entraîner
3.44 min
Semaine
4

Semaine 4

2 heures pour terminer

Theme Two: Spread (Infectious disease epidemiology)

2 heures pour terminer
7 vidéos (Total 45 min), 3 lectures, 6 quiz
7 vidéos
Video 4.1: The basics8 min
Video 4.2: Epidemic curve7 min
Video 4.3: Incubation period7 min
Video 4.4: Transmissibility of communicable diseases7 min
Video 4.5: Timescale of disease transmission5 min
Video 4.6: Severity of infectious disease7 min
3 lectures
Initial thoughts10 min
Week 4 Readings10 min
Week 4 roundup10 min
6 exercices pour s'entraîner
4.14 min
4.24 min
4.34 min
4.44 min
4.54 min
4.64 min

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