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Essential Epidemiology : An Introduction for Students and Health Professionals

Taking a practical approach and supported by global examples from all areas of health, the new edition of this popular and highly commended textbook has been updated to reflect current epidemiological thinking and teaching. Based on feedback from teachers and students, material has been reordered to better suit courses and reflect the underlying logic and purpose of epidemiology. view full description
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Taking a practical approach and supported by global examples from all areas of health, the new edition of this popular and highly commended textbook has been updated to reflect current epidemiological thinking and teaching. Based on feedback from teachers and students, material has been reordered to better suit courses and reflect the underlying logic and purpose of epidemiology.

Provides students with a rounded picture of the field by emphasizing the commonalities across different areas of epidemiology, including clinical epidemiology, and highlighting the key role of epidemiology in public health.

Avoids complex mathematics by restricting this to optional material, thereby keeping the book accessible to students from non-quantitative backgrounds

Integrated and supplementary questions help students to reinforce concepts

A wealth of online material is available at www.cambridge.org/essential_epidemiology, including additional questions, advanced material for key concepts, recommendations for further reading, links to useful websites and slides for teaching, supporting both students and teachers.

Other features:

  • Demonstrates the commonalities between different areas of epidemiology and emphasizes the key role of epidemiology in public health
  • Considers the nature and practical implications of the fundamental biases of selection and measurement, providing a clear conceptual outline, examples, and flow charts to support students as they master this tricky topic
  • Avoids complex mathematics, making the book accessible to those from a non-quantitative background
  • Online resources include additional questions, suggestions for further reading, links to useful websites and teaching slides
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