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As Dr. Noji has mentioned, Epidemiologists face
numerous complex problems in disaster situations. I had the opportunity to
visit Bam about 2 weeks after the earthquake, which was my first experience
in a real disaster field. My first objective was to find out what can an
epidemiologist do in such disaster-stricken situation.
Just after a few hours, I felt that this slide of Dr. Noji's lecture on Supercourse has been prepared based on Bam experience. Actually, all items were the same in Bam.
In this part of the lecture, I am trying to share with you some points on methodology of epidemiologic investigations, which I experienced or were interesting for me and drew my attention.