An Introduction to Epidemiology

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Jones and Bartlett, 1998 - Medical - 508 pages
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The Second Edition of this successful text is intended for introductory courses in health-related programs at both the advanced undergraduate and graduate levels. It will serve as a valuable reference for epidemiologists working in the field, industrial hygienists, infectious disease nurses, and staff epidemiologists. A clear, organized presentation makes this thorough treatment of epidemiology more accessible to readers through the use of study questions, objectives, exercises, and case studies.

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Contents

Foundations of Epidemiology
1
Practical Disease Concepts in Epidemiology
27
Selected Historical Developments of Epidemiology
71
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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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