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15.21 Hours


Course Description​

Are you interested in learning about the science of health and disease? Do you want to make a difference in the world by improving the health of populations? If so, then the Health Science: Epidemiology and Public Health course is for you!

Your inaugural journey commences with an enlightening introduction, laying the groundwork for what promises to be a transformative experience. Traverse the intricate pathways of anatomy and physiology, gaining an unparalleled appreciation for the miraculous machinery of the human body.

But it doesn’t stop there. The course gracefully transitions to an examination of epidemiology and its monumental role in public health. Here, you will learn to draw connections, detect patterns, and comprehend the strategies that safeguard populations from health threats. The spotlight then shifts to healthcare delivery systems, offering a detailed panorama of the different structures that facilitate health services for the masses.

As we progress further, the course takes a reflective turn, probing the depths of behavioural and lifestyle choices and their undeniable impact on health outcomes. In tandem, you’ll be introduced to the frontline battle against infectious diseases and understand their ripple effects on public health. The grand finale? A session devoted to sharpening your analytical prowess, ensuring you’re equipped with the tools for critical thinking and problem-solving in the ever-evolving realm of healthcare. Join us as we traverse this knowledge-laden pathway, curated especially for those eager to make a difference.

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Duration: Lifetime

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Learning outcome

  • Understand the basic concepts of epidemiology and public health
  • Conduct epidemiological studies
  • Apply the findings of epidemiological studies to improve public health
  • Understand the different healthcare delivery systems
  • Identify the behavioural and lifestyle factors that affect health
  • Use critical thinking and problem-solving to improve healthcare


  • Prior understanding of basic biological concepts.
  • Commitment to engage in all course sections.
  • An analytical mindset keen to connect concepts and apply knowledge.

Why should I take this course?

  • Holistic comprehension of health science and its relevance.
  • Skills to navigate and evaluate healthcare systems.
  • Insights into the balance between lifestyle choices and health outcomes.
  • Knowledge of managing public health challenges, especially infectious diseases.
  • Strengthened analytical skills tailored for healthcare professions.

Career Path

  • Epidemiologist
  • Public Health Officer
  • Healthcare Policy Analyst
  • Health Educator
  • Infectious Disease Specialist
  • Health Systems Manager

Course Curriculum

Section 01: Introduction
Introduction to Health Science 00:13:00
Section 02: Anatomy and Physiology
Anatomy and Physiology 00:11:00
Section 03: Epidemiology and Public Health
Epidemiology and Public Health 00:14:00
Section 04: Healthcare Delivery Systems
Healthcare Delivery Systems 00:11:00
Section 05: Behavioural and Lifestyle Factors in Health
Behavioural and Lifestyle Factors in Health 00:10:00
Section 06: Infectious Disease and Public Health
Infectious Disease and Public Health 00:13:00
Section 07: Critical Thinking and Problem Solving in Healthcare
Critical Thinking and Problem Solving in Healthcare 00:11:00

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