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Epidemiology : an introduction / Graham Moon...[et al.]

Contributor(s): Moon, Graham.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBook; Format: print Series: Social science for nurses and the caring professions.Publisher: Buckingham : Open University Press, 2000Description: XII, 190 p. ; 25 cm.ISBN: 0-335-20012-5.Subject(s): Epidemiología
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

This accessible and clearly-structured book offers a comprehensive insight into the methods and principles of epidemiological study alongside an analysis of the broad context in which epidemiological work is undertaken. Chapters on sources of epidemiological data, on epidemiological study designs and on basic statistical measures for epidemiological studies are used to introduce the reader to the traditional underpinnings of epidemiological work. Attention then shifts to a wider canvas. Consideration is given to the critical reading of epidemiological research both as a way of demonstrating how different aspects of epidemiological study come together in published work and as the basis for a discussion of the centrality of epidemiological research in the development of evidence-based health care. The key facets of evidence-based health care are assessed. A more discursive and critical assessment of epidemiology is also presented in which attention is drawn to the need to develop alternative epidemiologies which draw on lay knowledge and recognise the socio-political context of factors influencing health status. The book concludes with a description of the everyday practice of epidemiology in a UK health authority context.

Indice

Bibliografía: p. [173]-182

Índice: What is epidemiology?. The design and analysis of epidemiological studies. Epidemiological information. Patterns of disease. Principles and experiments. Observational studies and design choices. The epidemiological analysis of tabular data. Assessing and applying epidemiology. Putting the parts together. Evidence-based health care. Bringing in context and people. The practice of epidemiology. Appendix. Glossary. References. Index.

Table of contents provided by Syndetics

  • Series Editor's Preface
  • Preface
  • Notes on the authors
  • Abbreviations used in this book
  • What is epidemiology?
  • Part 1 The design and Analysis of Epidemiological Studies
  • Epidemiological information
  • Patterns of disease
  • Principles and experiments
  • Observational studies and design choices
  • The epidemiological analysis of tabular data
  • Part 2 Assessing and Applying Epidemiology
  • Putting the parts together
  • Evidence based health care
  • Bringing in context and people
  • The practice of epidemiology
  • Appendix: Inferential Statistics
  • Glossary
  • References
  • Index

Author notes provided by Syndetics

Graham Moon is Professor of Health Services Research at the Institute for the Geography of Health, University of Portsmouth. His current research interests focus on the geographies of health related behaviour, particularly, smoking and drinking, and the geographies of primary health care reforms.

Myles Gould is lecturer in geography at the Department of Geography, University of Leeds. His research interests focus on the quantative analysis of secondary information on health and health care.

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