Investigation and surveillance of infectious diseases
In this thesis, I present selected works I conducted in my Master of Philosophy Applied Epidemiology (MAE) placement at the Vaccine Preventable Disease Surveillance (VPDS) Section of the Office of Health Protection (OHP), at the Australian Government Department of Health from March 2013 to November 2014. The works presented comprise my MAE requirements and describe my experiences as an MAE. I discuss my role in the day-the-day activities of the VPDS section, including the surveillance of...[Show more]
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