4 edition of Practical epidemiology found in the catalog.
D. J. P. Barker
|Statement||D. J. P. Barker, with chapters by F. J. Bennett.|
|Contributions||Bennett, F. J.|
|LC Classifications||RA652.4 .B37 1976|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||180 p. :|
|Number of Pages||180|
|LC Control Number||76017093|
Concepts of epidemiology: an integrated introduction to the ideas, theories, book a source of insights into the world of epidemiology. There are 10 chapters. Many introductory courses are designed around 10–15 or so The practical applications of each concept are considered, and illustrated with. About this book. Practical Clinical Epidemiology for the Veterinarian provides thorough coverage of the fundamentals of epidemiological concepts, situated within the context of daily clinical practice. • Examines epidemiology from the lens of daily clinical practice to offer a truly practical .
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A short practical manual of epidemiology for use in developing countries. This revised and updated edition pays particular attention to new techniques of data collection and analysis made possible by . Practical epidemiology by D. J. P. Barker, D.J.P. Barker BSc PhD MD FRCP FFCM, A.J. Hall MSc PhD MRCP, , Churchill Livingstone edition, in English - 1st :
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Practical Epidemiology. By D. Barker, M.R.C.P., Ph.D.,with chapters by F. Bennett, M.B., Ch.B., ; Edinburgh, London: Churchill Livingstone.
This Practical Handbook of Psychiatric Epidemiology provides a general introduction to epidemiological techniques for psychiatric research.
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Since the practice of infection prevention and control became a specialty in the s, healthcare-associated infections have decreased substantially (5).
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