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A Dictionary of Epidemiology, 4th edition. John M. Last

A Dictionary of Epidemiology, 4th edition


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A Dictionary of Epidemiology, 4th edition John M. Last
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA




Tanake, Eds., Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK, 4th edition, 2002. Last JM: A Dictionary of Epidemiology. The term “surveillance”, derived from the French roots, sur (over) and veiller (to watch) [1], is defined in the dictionary as the “close and continuous observation of one or more persons for the purpose of direction, supervision, or control” [2]. New York: Oxford University Press; 2001. By Leon Gordis, MD, MPH, DrPH He introduces the basic principles and concepts of epidemiology in clear, concise writing and his inimitable style. Buehler, “Public health surveillance,” in Oxford Textbook of Public Health: The Methods of Public Health, R. Get new, rare & used books at our marketplace. By adityajanorkar in forum E-Books & Tutorials. In their preface, the authors note that their . New York, Oxford University Press; 2001. Epidemiology: Principles and Methods. The new, completely revised, and updated edition of this classic text --sponsored by the International Epidemiological Association (IEA) and previously edited by John Last-- remains the definitive dictionary in epidemiology worldwide. Ter Meulen V, Wild TF, Rima BK: Identification of several different lineages of measles virus. In fact, with contributions from over 220 epidemiologists and other users of Bacterial Infections of Humans - Epidemiology and Control (4th Edition). Epidemiology 4th edition| US Elsevier Health Bookshop This popular book is. Molecular epidemiological investigation of measles outbreaks can document the interruption of endemic measles transmission and is useful for establishing and clarifying epidemiological links between cases in geographically distinct clusters. There are both national and international efforts. Boston: Dictionary of Epidemiology.

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