Health Disparities narrowing or elimination can benefit meaningfully from what we know, and not so much on a consensus, but to define in a constructive scientific manner, the direction for future research. New scientific findings will continue to transform how we conceptualize, perform and interpret research findings. With these notions, the AHRI fosters an environment of continued public health research education and training.
The notion of what constitutes valid and reliable epidemiologic findings and to what extent should such findings be applied to in shaping health interventions and disease control in human population goes beyond individual studies, since all epidemiologic studies remain inconclusive. Therefore knowing and admitting the limitations of observational studies, which are the basis of public health policies for intervention, we at the AHRI are committed to training and education of public health professionals on unbiased design/conduct, and appropriate interpretation of epidemiologic and public health studies.
These educational, training and career development activities include though not limited to:
- Spatial & Time Spatial in Health Research
- Geo-epidemiologic mapping
- Quantitative Evidence Synthesis
- Statistical Modeling of Public Health Data
- Signal amplification & Risk Identification
- Molecular basis of public health evidence
- Causal Inference
- Certificate in Public Health