e-books in Epidemiology category
by Paul J Birrell, et al. - NIHR Journals Library , 2017
This study, funded by the National Institute for Health Research, has shown that real-time inference of pandemic flu is feasible using spatially disaggregated data and a system to implement this is developed to fit with pandemic preparedness plans.
by Jonathan R Davis, Joshua Lederberg (ed.) - National Academies Press , 2000
The authors highlight important issues, suggest possible practical solutions, and indicate impediments that must be overcome to improve infectious disease surveillance and response, communication and coordination, and education and outreach.
by Maria de Lourdes Ribeiro de Souza da Cunha - InTech , 2012
An overview of epidemiological research: the epidemiology of dermatomycoses and Candida spp. infections, virology and epidemiology, wildlife tuberculosis, microbial quality of milk and milk products, Cox proportional hazards model, etc.
by Kathy Pond - World Health Organization , 2005
The popularity of recreational activities which involve contact with water is growing. Exposures to pathogens may result in disease. This book gives a comprehensive review of potential disease outcomes associated with recreational water activities.
by J. Lederberg, R. E. Shope, S. C. Oaks - National Academies , 1992
The emergence of HIV disease and AIDS demonstrates critical importance of global vigilance for infectious diseases. This volume highlights risk factors for the emergence of microbial threats to health and warns against complacency in public health.
- World Health Organization , 2009
WHO's report on Global TB Control compiles data from over 200 countries each year, monitoring the scale and direction of TB epidemics, implementation and impact of the Stop TB Strategy, and progress towards the Millennium Development Goals.
by J. Hamborsky, L. McIntyre, C. Wolfe, W. Atkinson - CDC , 2008
This is the updated 10th edition of Epidemiology and Prevention of Vaccine-Preventable Diseases. It provides physicians, nurses, nurse practitioners, pharmacists, and others with the most comprehensive information on vaccine-preventable diseases.
by Richard Dicker, at al. - CDC , 2006
This self-study book covers basic epidemiology principles and procedures useful in the surveillance and investigation of health-related states or events. A basic understanding of the practices of public health and biostatistics is recommended.
by David Coggon, David Barker, Geoffrey Rose - BMJ Books , 2003
This concise and readable book is a great introductions to epidemiology in health care. It is an invaluable tool for all medical students and health care professionals, whether they are learning epidemiology for the first time or as a reference.
by T D V Swinscow - BMJ Books , 2002
This textbook is one of the bestselling introductions to medical statistics of all time. Each chapter has a section on reading and reporting statistics, and self testing at the end of each section makes this an ideal learning tool.