Apr 23, 2016
Can't fault this course at all and nor would I want to. Very interesting, brilliantly presented and the range of experts really enhanced it. It was engaging and made me keen to find out more.
Apr 12, 2016
great course and its intensive learning . One might think its just another course . However, one needs to follow all the lectures and notes closely to be able to pass all their assignments .
von Ritvik S S•
Oct 25, 2015
von Anais S•
Jun 21, 2016
Some of the lectures were a little dull but the information was fantastic!
von Erik B•
Jan 31, 2017
Pro: All topics seem to be covered, full overview of this field.
Con: Please, please, get rid of the childish drawings and get som serious artwork.
von Lorna M•
Oct 20, 2015
Nice course. I sometimes wished the lectures had more in depth coverage of the material instead of so many "big picture" statements. But overall, the course was a nice overview of diseases. Thank you to the instructors!
von Antonio B•
Jun 04, 2017
von Dwayne P•
Oct 11, 2017
Thank you for all the effort the team put in to make this course. It is an amazing course, learnt so.
von CARLOS A P M•
Aug 18, 2018
von Peter D•
Sep 09, 2015
Was an interesting course but, at least to me, seemed to lack relevant material I was hoping for. When Addressing the concepts of Ebola, SARS, or the concepts of anti-vaccination the content was vague. But overall I thought the course was very informative on the concepts of how infections can spread and how we can track the movements in order to help control infection rates. I will definitely be going back to rewatch some of these lectures in the future.
von Rune B•
Oct 11, 2015
Interesting introduction to the topic. Would be beneficial if the course could be expanded and a formal certificate could be obtained providing credits or official points.
von Heather S•
Dec 01, 2016
It was an interesting class though the scale of difficulty was very low. I would improve this course by adding more technicalities.
von Rodolfo R•
Aug 25, 2019
Good course on Infectious diseases; rather broad which includes social and belief perspectives.
Good points are: the part on the "social networks" which enable the student in better understanding on the patterns of transmission; the part on agriculture and zoonosis and their impact on infections in humans.
Parts where I expected a bit more: the part on the "dynamics", mostly on the SIR framework (I actually I choose to take this course hoping to get a deeper and practical understanding of this type of modeling).