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Department of Cancer Control and Population Health

History

- Mar. 2014 Department of Cancer Control and Policy
- Mar. 2017 Department of Cancer Control and Population Health

Overview

Students in Department of Cancer Control and Population Health will be trained in a relative substantive area and be prepared to perform the national cancer control. The program is an interdisciplinary curriculum covers cancer prevention and control, cancer epidemiology and nutrition, cancer statistics and some other areas

Core Courses
  • Integrated Cancer Sciences and Medicine
  • Cancer by Organ Site
Elective Courses
  • Principles of Epidemiology
  • Descriptive Cancer Epidemiology
  • Introduction to Cancer Biology
  • Epidemiologic Methods in Cancer Research
  • Biomedical and Research Ethics
  • Population Science in Cancer Control
  • Cancer Risk Appraisal and Prevention
  • Cancer Early Detection and Diagnosis
  • Quality of Life and Cancer Survivorship
  • Health Policy and Health Care System
  • Field Placement: Health Care Organization
  • Principles of Bio-Statistical Inference
  • Regression Methods in Biostatistics
  • Introduction to Statistical Computing
  • Health Data Analysis
  • Principles of Systematic Review and Meta-analysis
  • Principles of Clinical Trials

Research and Practice

  • Cancer Epidemiology I
  • Cancer Epidemiology and Prevention
  • Cancer Research Using Public Released Database
  • Cancer Risk and Intervention Effect
  • Nutrition and Cancer
  • Nutritional Epidemiology
  • Global Tobacco Control
  • Tobacco Control Policy
  • Health Behavior and Cancer Prevention
  • Cancer Screening and Early Diagnosis
  • Hospice and Palliative Care in Cancer
  • Cancer Registration and Surveillance
  • Conducting Systematic Review and Meta-analysis I
  • Statistical Methods and Applications in Clinical Research I
  • Statistical Methods and Applications in Population Science I
  • Cancer Statistics and Surveillance
Thesis Research
  • Thesis Wirting

* NCC-GCSP offers all classes during daytime and all classes are taught in English.

Overview

Students in Department of Cancer Control and Population Health will be trained in a relative substantive area and be prepared to perform the national cancer control. The program is an interdisciplinary curriculum covers cancer prevention and control, cancer epidemiology and nutrition, cancer statistics and some other areas

Elective Courses
  • Molecular and Genetic Epidemiology
  • Nutrition, Genetics, and Genomics
  • Biorepository in Context and for Clinical Application
  • Risk Interaction in Cancer Causing
  • Environmental and Occupational Monitoring
  • Fundamentals of Nutrition Policy and Programming
  • Development of Evidence Based Prevention Strategy
  • Social and Behavioral Sciences
  • Cancer Control Policy Analysis: Implementation, Dissemination, and Evaluation
  • Health Economics in Cancer
  • Quality Improvement on Cancer Control
  • Global Health Issues
  • Statistical Methods and Theory
  • Survival Data Analysis
  • Statistics in Genetics and Biology
  • Marginal Structural Models and Causal Inference in Epidemiology
  • Bio-Medical and Clinical Informatics
  • Questionnaire Design and Survey Data Analysis

Research and Practice

  • Cancer Epidemiology II
  • Infectious Disease Epidemiology I
  • Infectious Disease Epidemiology II
  • Genetic Epidemiology in Cancer Research
  • Survey Methodology
  • Medical Nutrition Therapy
  • New Perspectives in Nutrition and Cancer
  • Design and Method of Nutrition Research
  • Nutritional Intervention in Translational Cancer
  • Aging, Gender, Ethnics and Cancer
  • Tobacco Control: Research and Intervention
  • Cancer Screening Program Evaluation
  • Quality of Life in Cancer
  • Care for Cancer Survivors
  • Community Approaches to Health Promotion
  • Economic Approaches in Cancer Prevention
  • Cancer Control Program Planning and Evaluation
  • Health Disparity: Aging, Gender, Ethnic and Cancer
  • Family Care in Oncology
  • Psychosocial Care in Oncology
  • Cancer and Risk Communication
  • Conducting Systematic Review and Meta-analysis II
  • Statistical Methods and Applications in Clinical Research II
  • Statistical Methods and Applications in Population Science II
  • Clinical Research Design and Operations
  • Research Protocol Development in Cancer Clinical Trials
  • Comparative Effectiveness and Outcome Research
  • Disease Modeling and Prediction
Thesis Research
  • Advanced Thesis Wirting

* NCC-GCSP offers all classes during daytime and all classes are taught in English.


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