“Public Health Risk Science and Management” with the Center for Risk Science and Public Health
September 9-11, 2014
For the 5th year in a row, the Center for Risk Science and Public Health at the George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health is offering a three-day short course titled “Public Health Risk Science and Management.”
This course is aimed at professionals in the risk assessment and management communities. It is a great chance for those with a focus on risk policy and management to gain a greater understanding of the scientific basis of risk assessment. Risk assessors can increase their knowledge of the technical basis of risk assessment, including its strengths and limitations, see where the field is going, and further develop their understanding of the role of risk assessment in addressing public health risks. The course faculty is drawn from the George Washington University as well as from other academic institutions, federal agencies and various organizations in the risk analysis world. Attendees of this course will be given printouts of the presentation slides to takes notes on and keep.
Specific feedback from past participants and information on how to register can be found here.