What is epidemiology relation to a disease?
The components of epidemiology includes: Disease frequency, Distribution of disease, Out comes of disease
Epidemiology Epidemiology is the study of the spread of disease.
Epidemiology is the study of transmission and sources of disease
a medical scientist who studies the transmission and control of epidemic diseases Epidemiology is the study of factors affecting the health and illness of populations, and serves as the foundation and logic of interventions made in the interest of public health and preventive medicine. A scientist (often a medical doctor) who specializes in epidemiology The Epidemiology (journal) is a peer reviewed journal for epidemiological research. epidemiology - The branch of a science dealing with the… Read More
epidemiology is ofcourse, the study of disease and ewpidemiologists often study the diseases in a certain location, area, of community.
Epidemiology is the study of patterns of disease or the spread of disease.
That would be Epidemiology.
To better understand how and why a disease spread, and how to prevent further spread of the disease or diseases like it.
What is the medical term meaning study of the incidence and distribution of health and disease in a society?
Epidemiology, or the study of heath patterns within a given population. Epidemiology
Pathology is a branch of medical science that studies the causes and nature and effects of diseases while epidemiology deals with the transmission and control of disease.
Manya Magnus has written: 'Essential readings in infectious disease epidemiology' -- subject(s): Communicable diseases, Epidemiology, Public health
Epidemiology is the study of the spread of disease. It helps scientists to predict how far a disease will spread, how much damage it may do, and plan treatment, the creation of vaccines, and so forth. The current preparations for swine flu were a result of epidemiological studies.
The correct spelling is epidemiology. Epidemiology is a branch of medicine dealing with possible diseases, incidence, and distribution relating to health. It is a science that studies causes and effects of disease and health.
Epidemiology is the study of the distribution and determinants of disease in a human population. It is the basic science and fundamental practice of public health. It is based on the underlying premise that human disease does not occur randomly and that causing and preventative factors can be identified through systematic investigation.
The practice of epidemiology may involve going into an epidemic area to gather information about disease spread and victim contacts. This travel puts the scientist at risk of infection.
John F. Kurtzke has written: 'Epidemiology of cerebrovascular disease' -- subject(s): Cerebrovascular disease
David H. Spach has written: 'Lyme disease' -- subject(s): Epidemiology, Lyme disease
Pia D. M. MacDonald has written: 'Methods of field epidemiology' -- subject(s): Clinical epidemiology, Methodology, Epidemiologic Methods, Disease Outbreaks
M. S. El-Sabban has written: 'Investigation on the epidemiology of Newcastle Disease \\' -- subject(s): Newcastle disease
Laurie Garrett has written: 'Betrayal of Trust' -- subject(s): Epidemiology, World health, Medical policy, Popular works, Health policy 'Microbes versus mankind' -- subject(s): Popular works, AIDS (Disease), Epidemiology, Public health, Communicable diseases 'The coming plague' -- subject(s): Accessible book, Communicable Disease Control, Communicable diseases, Communicable diseases -, Epidemiology, Epidemiology -, History-, Popular works, Infectieziekten, Toekomstverwachtingen, Epidemiologie, Emerging Communicable Diseases 'The Coming Plague Part 1 of 2'
What is the medical term meaning study of the patterns of distribution of disease impairment and mortality by social characteristic of population?
Descriptive epidemiology focuses on time, place, characteristics, distribution and development of a hypothesis. This describes occurence of a disease in terms of when it occurred, the place of occurence ,who is affected, what are the characteristic (presentation) signs and what guess can we make in terms of the presenting signs?
Epidemiology is considered as basic science of public health. It is study of health related events in population. It takes into account the pattern & rate of risk of disease in the population. So it is fundamental to the practice of public health.
There are three specialties that focus on disease in the most general sense: (1) Epidemiology, the study of disease incidence and risk (2) Etiology, the study of the origins and causes of disease (3) Pathology, the study of the nature and effects of disease in the human body
Used for surveillance systems in tracking disease trends ie incidence, prevalence, case-fatality ratios etc
In Epidemiology Absolute comparison indicates how much greater is the disease frequency in the exposed group , compared with non-exposed.
Regarding an individual afflicted with a disease, this is called "Pathology". However, if it pertains to how diseases are generated in large groups of people, this would be termed "Epidemiology".
The ability of lab test to identify correctly those individuals who have disease. It means that individual having a disease with positive test. Mohammad Arif DVM, MSC, MPH
William C. Reeves has written: 'Epidemiology and control of mosquito-borne arboviruses in California, 1943-1987' -- subject(s): Arbovirus infections, Control, Culex tarsalis, Epidemiology, Mosquitoes, Mosquitoes as carriers of disease
There are many different branches of study that lead to infectious disease related career opportunities. Epidemiologists (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Epidemiology) usually have a science related bachelors degree and have completed a master curriculum in epidemiology. Healthcare opportunities include certified medical assisting, licensed practical nursing, registered nursing (ASN, BSN), social work and others. Graduate oppotunities include epidemiology, nurse practicioning, infectious disease specialty, microbiology, virology, pharmacology ect.
Sunil Kumar Sood has written: 'Lyme borreliosis in Europe and North America' -- subject(s): Lyme disease, Therapy, Lyme Disease, Diagnosis, Epidemiology
physician concern with disesase in the individual patient where as the epidemiologist concern with disease pattern in the entire population
Paul R. Hunter has written: 'Waterborne disease' -- subject(s): Epidemiology, Waterborne infection
Jonathan Broomberg has written: 'The economic impact of the AIDS epidemic in South Africa' -- subject(s): AIDS (Disease), Economic aspects, Economic aspects of AIDS (Disease), Epidemiology
Epidemiology is the study of factors affecting the health and illness of populations. The specialist is called an epidemiologist.
what is descriptive epidemiology
L. Claire Bennett has written: 'Communicable disease handbook' -- subject- s -: Communicable diseases, Epidemiology, Handbooks
I. W. Fong has written: 'Emerging issues and controversies in infectious disease' -- subject(s): Epidemiology, Emerging infectious diseases
It's the adjective form of epidemiology, which means: Of, or relating to, epidemiology. http://www.answers.com/topic/epidemiology
Joseph P. Broderick has written: 'Prevention and treatment of ischemic stroke' -- subject(s): Cerebrovascular disease, Epidemiology, Prevention
Epidemiology is a science, not an illness.
Noel S. Weiss has written: 'Clinical epidemiology' -- subject(s): Biometry, Clinical epidemiology, Epidemiologic Methods, Treatment Outcome, Epidemiology 'Exercises in epidemiology' -- subject(s): Epidemiology, Problems, exercises, Epidemiologic Methods, Problems and Exercises
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A. F. Long has written: 'Understanding health and disease' 'Research into health and illness' -- subject(s): Epidemiology, Methodology, Public health, Research
epidemiology of fractures is a medical book which deals about the fractures.
Edward Hindle has written: 'Flies in relation to disease' -- subject(s): Insects as carriers of disease, Diptera, Flies as carriers of disease, Flies
There are many scientists that study the spread of infectious diseases (called epidemiology), and in the United States the CDC (Center for Disease Control) is the central reporting agency.
Emmett P. Harte has written: 'A comparative study of AIDS in Africa, Europe and the United States' -- subject(s): Epidemiology, AIDS (Disease)