Duration: 24 hours over a three-week period (or 16 hours over a two-week period if not taking the 'Introduction to R' module)
The need for health risk analysis skills continues to increase as the COVID-19 pandemic still dominates every aspect of our lives. This hands-on online course provides an introduction to risk analysis and quantitative risk modeling for food safety and animal health, which are also applicable to a variety of health risk analysis problems such as the analysis and optimization of COVID testing and vaccination strategies. Exercises and problems will demonstrate core risk analysis functionality and applied food safety and animal health models in R, an open-source statistical programming platform.
24 hours over a three-week period (or 16 hours over a two-week period if not taking the ’Introduction to R’ module)
|Start Date||September 13, 2021|
|End Date||October 01, 2021|
|Cut off date||September 20, 2021|