An Introduction to Epidemiology

An Introduction to Epidemiology

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This text for advanced undergraduate and graduate students can also serve as a reference for epidemiologists working in the field, industrial hygienists, infectious disease nurses, and staff epidemiologists. Coverage progresses from foundations, disease concepts, and epidemiological measures of healExcerpted and adapted from aquot;Typhoid in Schenectady: A Foodborne Outbreak, aquot; Case Studies in Epidemiology, by El-Ahraf, A., and Brin, B.N., Course Syllabus for Principles of ... Such diseases are often spread because of lack of such sanitary measures as hand washing before handling food. The lack of food protection and good sanitary measures in food preparation are major contributing causes of food ... [Source: Berkow, R. (Editor-in-Chief), The Merck Manual, 14th Edition, Merckanbsp;...

Title:An Introduction to Epidemiology
Author:Thomas C. Timmreck
Publisher:Jones & Bartlett Learning - 2002


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