USMLE Biostatistics and Epidemiology: USMLE Self Assessment Series

USMLE Biostatistics and Epidemiology: USMLE Self Assessment Series

This self-assessment series book on biostatistics and epidemiology contains 100 multiple choice questions and answers to help you prepare for standardized examinations such as the USMLE Step 1 examination.

A History of Public Health

A History of Public Health

George Rosen’s wide-ranging account of public health’s long and fascinating history is an indispensable classic.Since publication in 1958, George Rosen’s classic book has been regarded as the essential international history of

Social Marketing and Public Health: Theory And Practice

Social Marketing and Public Health: Theory And Practice

The last ten years have seen tremendous advances in the theory and practice base of social marketing globally. Social Marketing and Public Health provides up-to-date thinking on these developments. It introduces new conceptual models and app

Kuru Sorcery

Kuru Sorcery

Perhaps the best-documented epidemic in the history of medicine, kuru has been studied for more than fifty years by international investigators from medicine and the human sciences. This significantly revised edition of the landmark anthropological c

Principles and Practice of Toxicology in Public Health

Principles and Practice of Toxicology in Public Health

All public health professionals should have some level of knowledge of the basic principles of Toxicology. Whether dealing with issues as diverse as a workers’ compensation claim for a job-related exposure and injury or the removal of toxic wastes

Jonas Salk trading card (Famous Doctor) 2009 Topps Heritage #61 Epidemiology Polio Vaccine

Jonas Salk trading card (Famous Doctor) 2009 Topps Heritage #61 Epidemiology Polio Vaccine

Jonas Salk trading card (Famous Doctor) 2009 Topps Heritage #61 Epidemiology Polio Vaccine

White Plague, Black Labor (Comparative Studies of Health Systems and Medical Care)

White Plague, Black Labor (Comparative Studies of Health Systems and Medical Care)

Why does tuberculosis, a disease which is both curable and preventable, continue to produce over 50,000 new cases a year in South Africa, primarily among blacks? In answering this question Randall Packard traces the history of one of the most de

Interpreting Epidemiologic Evidence: Connecting Research To Applications

Interpreting Epidemiologic Evidence: Connecting Research To Applications

Epidemiology, the so-called "science of public health," has undergone a boom in the last decade as public interest and engagement in population health has skyrocketed. While this boom has done much to spark advances in the technology of epidemiology,

Pharmacoepidemiology: Principles & Practice

Pharmacoepidemiology: Principles & Practice

The not-to-be-missed, benchmark volume on the growing area of stud in the PharmD pharmacy curriculum. Provides a foundation for assessing the nature and extent of drug-taking behaviors. Text is adapted from the author's self-paced learning modules, d


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