Oral Health Epidemiology: Principles and Practice
he overall goal for this book is to provide understanding that will prepare readers to be: skilled in epidemiologic, clinical-translational research approaches to oral health write complete research grants design proper studies translate their findings to practice conduct logical critique of scientific literature effectively communicate their ideas recognize the value of collaborative research interactions lead and inspire others to accomplish mutual research objectives translate their findings to practice make ethically correct decisions be sensitive and harmonious in relationships with their peers. Important Notice: The digital edition of this book is missing some of the images or content found in the physical edition.
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