W.B. Saunders, c2000
大学図書館所蔵 件 / 全21件
Includes bibliographical references and index
The 2nd Edition of Epidemiology teaches the basic principles and methods of epidemiology in an understandable and interesting manner. Both the underlying concepts as well as the practical uses of epidemiology in both public health and clinical practice are emphasized. The book is organized into three sections: Section One focuses on the epidemiologic approach to assessing the extent and severity of disease in the community. Section Two deals with using epidemiology to identify the causes of disease. Section Three discusses the use of epidemiology for evaluating health services and screening programs. Many of the diagrams and illustrations have been developed by the author in over 20 years of professional practice. Features: * Unique, new chapters on epidemiologic studies of genetic factors; epidemiology and policy; and ethical and professional issues in epidemiology have been added. * The book contains over 20 years of experience from a leader in the epidemiologic field. * Many new examples - including tamoxifen and breast cancer, twin studies of genetics in Parkinson's disease, and mammography for women in their forties - guarantee readers will have the most up-to-date studies and information available. * Extensive original diagrams and illustrations clarify ideas and concepts in the text. * The organization and logical flow of the book makes learning easier for students. * Discussions of survival analysis, factorial design, biases in epidemiologic studies, outcomes research, and risk analysis have been expanded.
The Epidemiologic Approach to Disease and Intervention Introduction The dynamics of disease transmission Measuring the occurrence of disease Assessing the validity and the reliability of diagnostic tests and screening The natural history of disease: Ways of expressing prognosis Assessing the efficacy of preventive and therapeutic measures: Randomized clinical trials Randomized clinical trials - some further issues Using Epidemiology to Identify the Causes of Disease Cohort studies Case-control and cross-sectional studies Eliminating Risk - Is there an association? More on risk - Estimating the potential for prevention A Pause for Review: Comparing Cohort and Case-control Studies From association to causation: Deriving inference from epidemiologic studies More on causal inferences: Bias, confounding, and interaction Identifying the roles of genetic and environmental factors in disease causation Applying Epidemiology to Evaluation and Policy Using epidemiology to evaluate health sciences Epidemiologic approach to evaluation of screening programs Epidemiology and Public Policy Ethical and professional issues in epidemiology Answers to Review Questions Index
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