Authors: Kleinbaum, David G., Sullivan, Kevin, Barker, Nancy
Publisher: Springer; December, 2006 - 284 pages
A Pocket Guide to Epidemiology is a stand-alone introductory text on the basic principles and concepts of epidemiology. The primary audience for this text is the public health student or professional, clinician, health journalist, and anyone else at any age or life experience that is interested in learning what epidemiology is all about in a convenient, easy to understand format with timely, real-world health examples
Authors: Olsen, J., Christensen, K., Murray, J., Ekbom, A.
Publisher: Springer 2010, 163 pages
Concise and written at a basic level, for student with no previous training in epidemiology
Applied Epidemiology - Theory to practice
Authors: Ross C. Brownson and Diana B. Petitti
Publisher: Oxford University Press
This book focuses on areas of public health practice in which the systematic application of epidemiologic methods can have a large and positive impact.
Authors: R. Bonita, R. Beaglehole and T. Kjellström
Publisher: World Health Organisation; Second Edition edition (February 26, 2007)
Tải file bản tiếng Anh và bản tiếng Việt dưới đây
Authors: Parfrey, Patrick and Barrett, Brendan
Publisher: Humana Press 2009,
Edited by Paul Wilkinson
Publisher: Open University Press; 1 edition (March 1, 2006); 224 pages.
Author: Rodolfo Saracci
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA; April 2010 - 144 Pages
Audiobook - Mp3; Au--ble, Inc. - 2011; 4 hrs 29 mins - 144.99 Mb
Authors: by David Coggon, David Barker, Geoffrey Rose
Publisher: BMJ Books 2003
Authors: Daley D. J. and Gani J.
Publisher: Cambridge University Press; May, 2001.
Authors: Alan J. Silman and Gary J. Macfarlane
Publisher: Cambridge University Press 2004; 256 pages
Editors: Kathryn L. Adeney and Noel S. Weiss
Publisher: Springer 2009
Edited by Michael B. Gregg
Publisher: Oxford University Press, 2008;
To describe the application of basic epidemiologic principles in real time, place, and person to solve problems of an urgent or emergency nature. Based on decades of experience in both infectious and noninfectious diseases at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, this book describes in clear and practical terms the distinct approach, tasks, and actions needed for successful field investigations.
Authors: Ahrens, Wolfgang and Pigeot, Iris (Eds.)
Publisher: Springer, 2005; 1639 pages
Editors: Alexander Krämer, Mirjam Kretzschmar and Klaus Krickeberg
Publisher: Springer 2010
Author: Mark S. Dworkin
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning 2010
Authors: Posada de la Paz, Manuel; Groft, Stephen C. (Eds.)
Publisher: Springer 2010, 535 pages