B – Middle School
NC Essential Standards Alignment:
7.E.1.6, 7.L.1, 8.E.1.4, 8.L.1
See National Rules
Event Score Sheet:
National Event Page:
Each team may bring one 8.5” x 11” sheet of paper that may contain information on both sides in any form and from any source along with two stand-alone non-programmable, non-graphing calculators.
Participants will use their investigative skills in the scientific study of disease, injury, health, and disability in populations or groups of people.
The event has been reorganized into three parts with each part counting approximately equally towards a team’s final score.
Part I: Background & Surveillance
Part II: Outbreak Investigation
Part III: Patterns, Control, and Prevention
Teams MUST bring a writing instrument.
High score wins. Points are given based on a scoring rubric that takes into account the difficulty level of questions, accuracy and quality of answers, and use of proper scientific methods.
2017 Coaches 301 (really know my stuff) Clinic Presentation
CDC Site on this event (National Sponsor, EXCELLENT RESOURCES)
Detectives in the Classroom
Case study lesson on Ebola from HHMI
NoroCORE – can you survive the Buffet Nightmare?
Glossaries of Important Terms
Useful Articles and Texts
Bad Bug Book
Ecology of Increasing Disease
CDC Epidemiologic Case Studies
Principles of Epidemiology in Public Health Practice
WHO Basic Epidemiology
Epidemics After Natural Disasters
ActivEpi online textbook
Games and Simulations