Jekel's epidemiology, biostatistics, preventive medicine, and public health / by David L. Katz ... [et al.].Material type: TextPublication details: Philadelphia, Pa. ; London : Saunders, c2014.Edition: 4th edDescription: xiii, 405 p. : ill. ; 28 cmISBN:
- 9781455706587 (pbk.)
- 1455706582 (pbk.)
- Epidemiology, biostatistics, preventive medicine, and public health
- Epidemiology, biostatistics, preventive medicine.
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- RA651 .J45 2014
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Formal title: Epidemiology, biostatistics, preventive medicine.
Includes Internet access.
Includes bibliographic references and index.
Basic epidemiologic concepts and principles -- Epidemiologic data measurements -- Epidemiologic surveillance and epidemic outbreak investigation -- The study of risk factors and causation -- Common research designs and issues in epidemiology -- Assessment of risk and benefit in epidemiologic studies -- Understanding the quality of data in clinical medicine -- Statistical foundations of clinical decisions -- Describing variation in data -- Statistical inference and hypothesis testing -- Bivariate analysis -- Applying statistics to trial design: sample size, randomization, and control for multiple hypotheses -- Multivariable analysis -- Introduction to preventive medicine -- Methods of primary prevention: health promotion -- Principles and practice of secondary prevention -- Methods of tertiary prevention -- Clinical preventive services (United States Preventive Services Task Force) -- Chronic disease prevention -- Prevention of infectious diseases -- Mental and behavioral health -- Occupational medicine -- Birth outcomes: a global perspective -- Introduction to public health -- Public health system: structure and function -- Public health practice in communities -- Disaster epidemiology and surveillance -- Heatlh management, health administration, and quality improvement -- Health care organization, policy, and financing -- One health: interdependence of people, other species, and the planet.