Quick Facts : Instructional Design

  • Designed & developed at the School of Public Health, University of Minnesota:
    • Midwest Center for Life-Long-Learning in Public Health (MCLPH)
      • "Public Health Policy and Advocacy" (featured at MERLOT.org)
      • "Culture and Health Literacy"
      • "Introduction to Epidemiology"
      • "Introduction to Biostatistics: Basic Mathematics & Normal Population Distribution"
      • "Introduction to Management in Public Health"
      • "Introduction to Biostatistics 2: Variables"
      • "Public Health Law"
    • UMN Center for Public Health Preparedness (UMNCPHP)
      • "Introduction to Business Continuity Planning for Disasters and Emergencies"
      • "Preparing Employees for a Disaster in the Workplace"
    • Minnesota Emergency Readiness Education and Training (MERET)
      • "Building and Sustaining Hospital Decontamination Teams"
    • Academic Courses
      • "Business Continuity Planning for Disasters and Emergencies"
      • "Vulnerabilities in the Food System"
      • "Introduction to Genomics"
      • "Introduction to Risk Communication"
      • "Fundamentals of Epidemiology"
      • "Healthcare Human Resources Management"
      • "Operations Research & Quality in Healthcare"
      • "Principles of Public Health Research"
      • "Conducting Health Outcomes"
      • "Child & Adolescent Nutrition"
  • Co-Instructional Designer on "Parent Program - First Year Seminar for Parents - Alcohol Use On Campus," featured on KSTP 5 Eyewitness News, June 4, 2008
 
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