An Introduction to Epidemiology

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Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2002 - Medical - 505 pages
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This text for advanced undergraduate and graduate students can also serve as a reference for epidemiologists working in the field, industrial hygienists, infectious disease nurses, and staff epidemiologists. Coverage progresses from foundations, disease concepts, and epidemiological measures of heal
 

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Contents

Foundations of Epidemiology
1
Practical Disease Concepts in Epidemiology
27
Selected Historical Developments of Epidemiology
71
Epidemiology Vital Statistics and Health Status Indicators
171
Descriptive Statistics in Epidemiology
203
Chapters Research Methods Study Design and Analytic Studies
231
Time Place and Person
275
Observational Methodology Association and Causality Development
337
Case Studies
417
Case Study No H Working through a Foodborne Illness Epidemic
443
Case Study No HI CommonSource Outbreak of Waterborne Shigellosis
451
Related Mortality
459
Case Study Questions
468
Case Study Questions
479
Case Study Questions
485
Epi Info and Epi Map Epidemiology Software
491

Developing and Conducting Investigations and Studies
373
Behavioral and Chronic Disease Epidemiology
391
Chronic Disease Behaviorally Caused and Noncommunicable Disease
403

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About the author (2002)

Timmreck received his Ph.d. in Health Science from the University of Utah; an M.A. in Community Health from Oregon State University; an M.A. in Counseling Psychology: Human Relations and Behavior from Young University; and a Graduate Certificate in Gerontology from the Rocky Mountain Gerontology Center at the University of Utah.

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