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  • Author(s) Yoav Ben-Shlomo / Sara Brookes / Matthew Hickman
  • Edition1
  • Published4th January 2013
  • PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons (UK)
  • ISBN9781444334784

Translating the evidence from the bedside to
populations



This sixth edition of the best-selling Epidemiology,
Evidence-based Medicine and Public Health Lecture Notes
equips
students and health professionals with the basic tools required to
learn, practice and teach epidemiology and health prevention in a
contemporary setting.



The first section, ?Epidemiology?, introduces the
fundamental principles and scientific basis behind work to improve
the health of populations, including a new chapter on genetic
epidemiology. Applying the current and best scientific evidence to
treatment at both individual and population level is intrinsically
linked to epidemiology and public health, and has been introduced
in a brand new second section: ?Evidence-based
Medicine? (EBM), with advice on how to incorporate EBM
principles into your own practice. The third section, 'Public
Health', introduces students to public health practice, including
strategies and tools used to prevent disease, prolong life, reduce
inequalities, and includes global health.


Thoroughly updated throughout, including new studies and cases
from around the globe, key learning features include:



  • Learning objectives and key points in every chapter

  • Extended coverage of critical appraisal and data
    interpretation

  • A brand new self-assessment section of SAQs and
    ?True/False? questions for each topic

  • A glossary to quickly identify the meaning of key terms, all of
    which are highlighted for study and exam preparation

  • Further reading suggestions on each topic


Whether approaching these topics for the first time, starting a
special study module or placement, or looking for a quick-reference
summary, this book offers medical students, junior doctors, and
public health students an invaluable collection of theoretical and
practical information.

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  • Author(s) Yoav Ben-Shlomo / Sara Brookes / Matthew Hickman
  • Edition1
  • Published4th January 2013
  • PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons (UK)
  • ISBN9781444334784

Translating the evidence from the bedside to
populations



This sixth edition of the best-selling Epidemiology,
Evidence-based Medicine and Public Health Lecture Notes
equips
students and health professionals with the basic tools required to
learn, practice and teach epidemiology and health prevention in a
contemporary setting.



The first section, ?Epidemiology?, introduces the
fundamental principles and scientific basis behind work to improve
the health of populations, including a new chapter on genetic
epidemiology. Applying the current and best scientific evidence to
treatment at both individual and population level is intrinsically
linked to epidemiology and public health, and has been introduced
in a brand new second section: ?Evidence-based
Medicine? (EBM), with advice on how to incorporate EBM
principles into your own practice. The third section, 'Public
Health', introduces students to public health practice, including
strategies and tools used to prevent disease, prolong life, reduce
inequalities, and includes global health.


Thoroughly updated throughout, including new studies and cases
from around the globe, key learning features include:



  • Learning objectives and key points in every chapter

  • Extended coverage of critical appraisal and data
    interpretation

  • A brand new self-assessment section of SAQs and
    ?True/False? questions for each topic

  • A glossary to quickly identify the meaning of key terms, all of
    which are highlighted for study and exam preparation

  • Further reading suggestions on each topic


Whether approaching these topics for the first time, starting a
special study module or placement, or looking for a quick-reference
summary, this book offers medical students, junior doctors, and
public health students an invaluable collection of theoretical and
practical information.

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