Reproductive Epidemiology: Principles and Methods
Reproductive Epidemiology introduces epidemiology students and health practitioners to a range of methodologies used to collect data and conduct analysis on reproductive epidemiology. The focus is to provide guidance on the use of methods appropriate for challenging and sensitive research topics, including sexual behavior, abortion, illicit drug use, and sexual abuse.
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Foundations and Methods in Reproductive Epidemiology
Applications of Reproductive Epidemiology
Classification of Selected Measures of Association and Statistical Tests According to Variable Type
Selected Reproductive Health Indicators
Maternal Health Consequences of Early Age at First Birth
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