Epidemiology and Demography in Public Health

Epidemiology and Demography in Public Health

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Epidemiology and Demography provides practical guidance on planning and implementing surveillance and investigation of disease and disease outbreaks. Exploring contributing factors to the dynamics of disease transmission and the identification of population risks, it also includes a discussion of ehtics in epidemiology and demography including important issues of privacy vs. public safety. With a chapter on H1N1 and Bird flu, this book will be important for students and professionals in public health and epidemiology. Focuses on the techniques of surveillance and investigation of disease Includes biostatistics and analysis techniques Explores the ethics of disease studies Includes chapter discussing H1N1 and Bird Flu... following the sinking of the passenger ship Titanic on its first voyage in 1912, data used in many introductory epidemiology courses to teach about mortality. ... The text below the CDC diagram identifies places where social and cultural forces influence the timing and outcome of these so-called natural ... Diseases may be labeled as acute or chronic, Pathological Symptoms Exposure Susceptibility CDC.

Title:Epidemiology and Demography in Public Health
Author: Japhet Killewo, Kristian Heggenhougen, Stella R. Quah
Publisher:Academic Press - 2010-08-18

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