Does disease detectives focus more on genetic diseases or more on other diseases?
Disease Detectives mainly focuses on infectious diseases and the study of how they spread. But remember, contrary what a lot of people think, it does not really focus on individual individual diseases.
Can anyone give a brief overview of what a division B disease detectives test would look like (if you have taken it before)?
Also, for div B, are the terms listed on the scioly website enough? And which chapters from Principles of Epi are the most important?
Basically every test I've seen anywhere has basic terms on it either in a matching or fill-in-the-blank form. A lot of the time there's sections in which you just write the components of a triad of the steps investigating an outbreak. There's almost always going to be RR/OR calculations as well. The scioly page terms are enough for the most part, but there's a lot of terms that aren't on there and aren't extremely common but may show up regardless (natality, mortality, morbidity, isolation, quarantine, line listing, cross-contamination, etc.). And I can't speak for the Principles of Epi too well since I haven't much of it, but I'd say that Lesson 1 and Measures of Association (in Lesson 3) would be the most important to read, although the whole thing looks pretty valuable.