A set of training materials for professionals working in intervention epidemiology, public health microbiology and infection control and hospital hygiene.
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The Field Epidemiology Manual has been developed in recent years to support the European Programme for Intervention Epidemiology Training (EPIET). Trainers, supervisors, scientific coordinators, and facilitators created draft chapters using the lectures they delivered during the EPIET introductory course. The philosophy of sharing and building knowledge (in particular training materials) led to the idea and creation of a collaborative information space for the epidemiological training community - The FEM Wiki.
The aim of the FEM Wiki is to create a library of training materials for field epidemiology training programmes, as well as a market place for discussions on all theoretical and practical aspects of field epidemiology. Central to this effort will be the Field Epidemiology Manual, a core document for use when undertaking field investigations and research projects in intervention epidemiology.
The FEM Wiki content is divided into a number of chapters. Pages in each of the chapters have a latest community version (corresponding to the version of the page that was most recently edited by a member of the FEM), and an expert reviewed version (the last version that was reviewed by a domain expert).