Epidemiology studies the sexual disease and disorders caused in men and women in a certain population. These study results can be used to analyse the cause of a medical condition and how it can be prevented, prevalence in a population and the urgency with which it needs to be addressed.
Reproductive Epidemiology investigates the distribution and determinants of reproductive diseases in human populations. Epidemiologic skills can be used to better understand the cause of a medical condition and how it can be prevented, or its prevalence in a population and the urgency with which it needs to be addressed.
Reproductive topics include pubertal development, gynecologic disorders, female reproductive cancers, sexually transmitted infections, menstruation, menopause, female and male fertility, and assisted reproductive technologies.
Related Journals of Reproductive Epidemiology
Reproductive Health, Reproductive Health Matters, Reproduction, Clinical and Experimental Reproductive Medicine, European Journal of Contraception and Reproductive Health Care