Supercourse www.pitt.edu/~super1/ from the University of Pittsburgh
Supercourse is a global repository of lectures on public health and prevention targeting educators across the world. Supercourse has a network of over 32000 scientists in 151 countries who are sharing for free a library of over 2500 lectures.
Supercourse Public Health Lectures in PPT/PDF Format
The value of primary prevention was known to mankind for many centuries. Unfortunately, even today its benefits are not always recognized due to preoccupation with high tech modern medicine.
We, at the Supercourse project (www.pitt.edu/~super1/), decided to… develop the “Golden Lecture of Prevention” to illustrate and commemorate the role of prevention in continuing to make our planet healthier.
Supercourse, funded by the National Library of Medicine, NIH, is an Internet based library of lectures on prevention and public health, shared for free by 10,000 members from 151 countries in the Global Health Network.
Resources for the Supercourse
The British Medical Journal uploaded its bestsellers on the web for the Supercourse. The Supercourse – Global Health Network asked the British Medical Journal to put two textbooks; Statistics at Square One and Epidemiology for the Uninitiated upon the web.
Other resources by the British Medical Journal related to the Supercourse
* Guide to the Internet
* How to read a paper: the basics of evidence-based medicine
BIREME’s (Brazil’s virtual library of health information) links, in English
* Latin America and Caribbean Public Health related journals
* Latin America and Caribbean journals
* Brazil – all scientific areas
* Chile – all scientific areas
Other Resources links
* Dictionary of Epidemiology
* National Library of Medicine
* PubMed (free MEDLINE)
* Related Health Services Research Websites I
* Related Health Services Research Websites II
* Grant Writing page
* The 3 lectures at the 38th Annual Meeting of the EASD in Budapest, Hungary and EASD major lectures, namely the Camillo Golgi, Minkowski and Claude Bernard Lectures held at the 18th IDFCongress in Paris in August 2003
* Welcome to MIT’s OpenCourseWare
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