9.00am-3.15pm, Thurs 10th September 2015
The Gretel Room, Hobart Function and Convention Centre
Presented by members of PRISM2, the Centre for Research Excellence in Infectious disease modelling to inform public health policy.
This introductory workshop will give participants an understanding of infectious disease models and their value for public health. The workshop will cover the use of modelling to examine disease causes and to assess strategies for control in the context of a variety of infectious diseases. No prior detailed knowledge of modelling infectious diseases or epidemiology is required and only high school level mathematics is needed.