Forensic Epidemiology: Integrating Public Health and Law Enforcement
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Forensic Epidemiology bridges the gap between public health, law enforcement and criminal justice. This title is a multi-faceted resource which can be used by both students and professionals to understand this new and emerging field.
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Chapter 1 Epidemiology and Law
Chapter 2 Epidemiology and Administrative Law
Chapter 3 Epidemiology and Criminal Law
Chapter 4 Epidemiology and Public Health Law
Chapter 5 Law Epidemiology and Communicable Disease
Chapter 6 Law Epidemiology and Mental Health
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