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tab11@ecdcdmz.europa.eu4/29/2019 1:16 PMNo
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  • Arnold Bosman
54/1/2019 4:23 PM

Dear editors,

One thing that struck me was that the organization of the chapters by alphabet is not very intuitive for the "reader". I would suggest to create categories for chapters, to at least separate epidemiological from statistical topics but perhaps also subcategories to separate e.g. within epidemiological topics questions of study design from measures of disease occurrence and impact.

Keep up the great work on this important project!




Arnold Bosman9/15/2011 9:41 PMNo
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  • Vladimir Prikazsky
44/1/2019 4:23 PM


First of all let me say that I think that building the FEM is a fantastic and highly useful effort! I have been learning a lot about epidemiology and statistics through high-quality material that is freely available over the internet and for me FEM adds to that.


More so, I feel that the FEM could be a central hub to organize what is already "out there" and supplement its content with selected resources, drawing mainly from "Open Course Ware" from top universities and some material from government agencies among others. I would mention here as three excellent examples:

  1. Open Course Ware from Johns Hopkins University (offering a vast array of lectures, from basic epi & stats to many advanced topics)
  2. Lectures available via iTunesU (relevant are mainly the lectures from University of California Berkeley as audio and/or video)
  3. Some materials from the US CDC, among others the valuable book "Principles of Epidemiology in Public Health Practice"


I think encorporating links to these materials would be an excellent supplement. It would both give some more detailed explanations of the topics mentioned in the FEM but also provide users with links to material that they could learn from when they are AWAY from their computers (by using an mp3 player), e.g. when commuting, exercising etc.


I would be willing to help in this effort if need be,



Vladimir Prikazsky7/25/2011 12:38 PMNo
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  • CeRC
54/1/2019 4:23 PM

Today I wanted to navigate through the various historical versions of the chapter "Effect Modification and Confounding" and found several problems:


1. The link "You are viewing the most recent version of this page. An expert reviewed version of this page can be found HERE" links back to a version that might very well be the last Expert Reviewed Version, however this is not recognisable as such (i.e. the green banner is missing)

2. In the homepage of the Wiki, with all chapters in the table, I clicked on the "Click here to view" column for the Expert Reviewed Version. This links to an Empty page, with only the title of the chapter and the banner "You are currently viewing the latest version of this page."

The same goes for most of the other chapters I have tested today.


CeRC6/9/2011 5:54 PMNo