Epidemiology and Healthcare

Health care services can be made to be responsive to the prevailing population conditions, such as fertility, diseases and deaths from certain conditions, and increases in the minority and elderly subgroups. Epidemiologic principles and methods are covered in the first part of the book, illustrative applications are covered in the second, and the third part is devoted to the interface of epidemiology with spanning topics. Each chapter is followed by several case examples to stimulate thinking about specific problems and possible solutions. In the methods section, familiar epidemiologic measures such as incidence and validity are presented. A useful classification of health services and appropriate sources of data are also given. The use of epidemiologic and other data, such as aging of the population, in the planning of health services is illustrated. Similarly, the use of study designs in the evaluation of various services is highlighted.

Session includes following sub tracks:

Epidemiology and Health Information, Epidemiology and Technology, Epidemiology and translated Science, Epidemiology and Health Care, Epidemiology and Health Prevention, Epidemiology and Public Policy, Epidemiology and Economics, Epidemiology and Global Health, Epidemiology and Prevention, Epidemiology and Public Health Management, Epidemiology and Health Informatics, Epidemiology and Women's Health.

  • Epidemiology and Technology
  • Epidemiology and Translated Science
  • Epidemiology and Health Care
  • Epidemiology and Health Prevention
  • Epidemiology and Population Health
  • Epidemiology and Public Policy
  • Epidemiology and Economics
  • Epidemiology and Global Health
  • Epidemiology and Prevention
  • Epidemiology and Public Health Management
  • Epidemiology and Health Informatics
  • Epidemilogy and Womens Health
  • Epidemiology and Health Information

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