Incorporates the latest information to build up and strengthen the fundamentals of Epidemiology so that its concept is made clear to the undergraduate students with the objective to make it a favourite subject of students.
Provides sound public health knowledge and skills and explains ways and methods, analytical and experimental tests, their significance and uses in investigations.
The importance of monitoring and surveillance is also described. Each topic is summarized in the form of a review at the end of the chapters to help students gain optimum success as it serves as a vital revision tool.
A revision text that will be of great use to undergraduate students and health care workers in clearing their exams for training.
Table of Contents
- Principles of Epidemiology
- Basic Concepts in Epidemiology
- Measurements in Epidemiology
- Types of Epidemiological Studies
- Descriptive Epidemiology
- Analytical Epidemiolog
- Experimental Epidemiology
- Tests of Significance
- Uses of Epidemiology
- Investigation of an Epidemic
- Monitoring and Surveillance