So basically just less rote memorization of diseases than before?Nothing much has really changed. It's just more explicit focus on the actual investigation of an outbreak, prevention, surveillance, etc. Also, there's no topic this year. The rules for this year are just less vague than they were before (although I don't see types of agents on the new rules? I think they'll still be tested though, since that's pretty basic stuff).So I've never been the rest at interpreting the event rules. Can someone explain to me what has really changed. Like what statistics do we still need to know? What has been added that's new. What's replacing all those diseases?
If so, go you soinc!!!! Making good decisions like that.