By Jørn Olsen, Kaare Christensen, Jeff Murray, Anders Ekbom
An advent to Epidemiology for healthiness Professionals
Jorn Olsen, Kaare Christensen, Jeff Murray, and Anders Ekbom
Who will get unwell? What factors—genetic, environmental, social—contribute to their illness?
Easy adequate to invite, however the solutions have gotten more and more advanced. this day, because the public concerns approximately rising illnesses and the observe epidemic is a part of the final dialogue, epidemiology might be a easy section of scientific education, but frequently it truly is undertaught or maybe ignored. Concise and readable whereas additionally rigorous and thorough, An advent to Epidemiology for healthiness Professionals is going past normal textbook content material to flooring the reader in medical tools such a lot correct to the present health and wellbeing panorama and the evolution of evidence-based medicine—valuable keys to raised knowing of disorder method, powerful prevention, and unique remedy. This volume:
- Presents fabric accessibly for readers who could have now not studied epidemiology.
- Focuses both in descriptive and analytic branches of epidemiology.
- Demonstrates purposes of descriptive and analytic equipment in public health and wellbeing, genetic epidemiology, and scientific epidemiology.
- Includes a "Sources of blunders" part addressing difficulties in inference and decision-making, choice bias, and different universal pitfalls.
In addition to its usefulness for graduate scholars in public health and wellbeing and clinical scholars in medical epidemiology, An advent to Epidemiology for healthiness Professionals is a well timed reference for practitioners wanting a refresher during this vital self-discipline.
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An Introduction to Epidemiology for Health Professionals by Jørn Olsen, Kaare Christensen, Jeff Murray, Anders Ekbom