Concepts Of Epidemiology by Bhopal Raj S. (Alexander Bruce And John Usher Professor Of Public Health University Of Edinburgh And Honorary Consultant In Public Health Nhs Lothian Board Uk)
|Mærke||Oxford University Press|
|Forfatter||Raj S. (Alexander Bruce and John Usher Professor of Public Health Bhopal and Honorary Consultant in Public Health University of Edinburgh UK) NHS Lothian Board|
|Antal sider||480 pages|
|Forlag / Pladeselskab||Oxford University Press|
|Størrelse||17.40 cm x 2.70 cm x 2.70 cm|
Epidemiology is a population science that underpins health improvement and health care by exploring and establishing the pattern frequency trends and causes of a disease. Concepts of Epidemiology comprehensively describes the application of core epidemiological concepts and principles to readers interested in population health research policy making health service planning health promotion and clinical care. The book provides an overview of study designs and practical framework for the epidemiological analyses of diseases including accounting for error and bias within studies. It discusses the ways in which epidemiological data are presented explains the distinction between association and causation as well as relative and absolute risks and considers the theoretical and ethical basis of epidemiology both in the past and the future. This new edition places even greater emphasis on interactive learning. Each chapter includes learning objectives theoretical and numerical exercises questions and answers a summary of the key points and exemplar panels to illustrate the concepts and methods under consideration. Written in an accessible and engaging style with a specialized glossary to explain and define technical terminology Concepts of Epidemiology is ideal for postgraduate students in epidemiology public health and health policy. It is also perfect for clinicians undergraduate students and researchers in medicine nursing and other health disciplines who wish to improve their understanding of fundamental epidemiological concepts.