Everything is important. Check out the test exchange for previous Disease Detectives tests (although those were before the rule change).What is the most important thing in the rules manual of Disease detectives
https://www.apha.org/professional-devel ... differenceWhat is Clinical and Public health approaches?
I've searched around and came up with nothing.
Depends on the state. Here in Hawaii, the tests are 2-3, but at nationals, they approach 7-8. In competitive states like California, tests can go up to 9 in difficulty. I have not yet encountered a 10 test thus far.How hard are the test 1-10?
No main subject, the topic is just general epidemiology.Is there a main subject this year. If there is, what is it?
Code Busters(16), DD(40), FQ(39), Forensics(36), WQ(27)
CriB(26), DP (11), FF(1), MM(14), P&P(6)
CriB(36), DD(35), FF(2), MM(20)
Like the other person said, it focuses on general epidemiology. I recently went to CyFalls and did Disease there for Div C and it was pretty similar to a Foodborne Illness test from last year. I'd say that its pretty comparable, just bigger sections on random pathogens/diseases, but still the same general topics. Any past years tests would be good practice.Is there a main subject this year. If there is, what is it?
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