1 edition of Epidemiology and related topics found in the catalog.
Epidemiology and related topics
1984 by U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, Centers for Disease Control, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health in [Washington, D.C.?] .
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Topics. Key concepts and terms. “For some reason there is a tendency to assume that one wild animal is a suitable model for another related species, whereas similar evidence would not be acceptable in human or veterinary medicine.
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Researchers in epidemiology and public health sciences study how the environment, lifestyle and genetic factors affect health and the aetiology of disease. This knowledge is used to create methods and approaches for the prevention of disease and ill health.
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differ. The book may be of interest to public health and other epidemiological practi-tioners interested in revisiting the fundamental ideas of their discipline. Undergraduates who are keen on epidemiology may find it helpful in deepening their understanding generally, or while studying some topics in a little depth.
Health professionals (including. Without this central link, the subject is simply a collection of disparate, albeit gener ally related topics.
What genetics is to plant breeding, epidemiology is to the subject of plant pathology and, no matter what individual topic is considered, it is always possible to recognize the interaction with and relationship to epidemiological factors.
The first book to address the subject from a multi-regional, comparative, and interdisciplinary perspective, Modern Environments and Human Health is a valuable resource for students and academics in biological anthropology, economics, history, public health, demography, and epidemiology.
This popular book is written by the award-winning teacher, Dr. Leon Gordis of the Bloomberg School of Public Health at Johns Hopkins University. He introduces the basic principles and concepts of epidemiology in clear, concise writing and his inimitable style.
This book provides an understanding of the key concepts in the following 3 fully updated sections: Section I: The Epidemiologic 5/5(2). Mar 15, · Epidemiologic principles and methods are covered in the first part of the book, illustrative applications are covered in the second, and the third part is devoted to the interface of epidemiology with spanning topics.
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Epidemiology, branch of medical science that studies the distribution of disease in human populations and the factors determining that distribution, chiefly by the use of statistics. Unlike other medical disciplines, epidemiology concerns itself with groups of people rather than individual patients.
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In the past, determining what constitutes a suitable MSc thesis topic has been contentious in the Clinical Epidemiology & Health Care Research Program (Clin Epi), with considerable variability found across the final thesis topics of MSc graduates, from a meta-analysis to a randomized controlled trial.
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The subject has its special techniques of data collection and interpretation, and its necessary jargon for technical terms.
This short book aims to provide an ABC of the epidemiological approach, its terminology, and its methods.