Welcome to the Epidemiology Education Movement web site. It shares information about a grass roots effort to promote the teaching of epidemiology to middle school and high school students.

The Movement aims to provide communication venues for stakeholders, and to implement a focused strategy to monitor and increase efforts to develop curricula and train teachers, create demand, and maintain momentum. Its origin is a small group of epidemiologists and educators who believe that "education" should include understanding of epidemiology and its role as the science of public health.

The Movement has three overall goals:

1. To infuse epidemiology education into curricula in grades 6-12
2. To improve the scientific literacy of students
3. To increase the number of students preparing for careers in public health

You are welcome to join us.


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This project is funded in part by a Science Education Partnership Award (SEPA), supported by the National Center for Research Resources and the Division of Program Coordination, Planning, and Strategic Initiatives of the National Institutes of Health through Grant Number 8R25 OD011117-05.