- understanding the nature of demographic processes and the way they affect demographic structures
- acquiring techniques of demographic and basic epidemiological analysis
- interpretation and critical understanding of demographic and epidemiological information
- demonstrate advanced knowledge and understanding of modern techniques to the study of demographic processes and population health
- formulate research questions and use demographic and health data, and appropriate methods of analysis, to address them
- generate evidence-based demographic and health policies tacking excessive mortality
- identify causes and consequences of population change and relate these to underlying demographic trends and patterns in Russia and abroad
- The concept of demography and epidemiology. Data sources on population and population health
- Population changes and demographic structures
- Fertility and reproductive health
- Health and mortality
- Population ageing and biodemography
- Principles of epidemiology. Epidemiological research design.
- Results of practical sessions
- Pre-lecture tests
- Preparation of presentation
- Written exam
- Intra-module hometask (decomposition)
- 2021/2022 1st module
- 2021/2022 2nd module0.1 * Intra-module hometask (decomposition) + 0.1 * Pre-lecture tests + 0.1 * Preparation of presentation + 0.3 * Results of practical sessions + 0.4 * Written exam
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- David A Leon, Lyudmila Saburova, Susannah Tomkins, Evgueny Andreev, Nikolay Kiryanov, Martin Mckee, & Vladimir M Shkolnikov. (2007). Hazardous alcohol drinking and premature mortality in Russia: a population based case-control study.