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"...a distinct perspective based on numerous years of teaching and research experience." --American Journal of Epidemiology

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On February 14, 1941, a Boston pediatrician named Dr. Stewart Clifford was making a routine house call on one of his patients, a baby girl then about three months old. Read the first page
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Epidemiologic Methods Nov. 14 2005
By Nephron - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover
This book covers epidemiology beyond the basics. It is at a graduate course level in epidemiology. The book is easy to read for the most part. A general knowledge of biostatistics is helpful. The numerous examples make the concepts easier to understand. There are excercises at the end of every chapter to illustrate the topics further. I recommend the book to anyone who is in interested in an in depth look at epidemiologic methods.
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Excellent reference April 1 2008
By M. Sorensen - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover
This book was included as required reading for my graduate level epidemiology course. I borrowed the book from a friend as a reference during the course but it is so excellent that I now am purchasing it to have. The targeted chapters on case-control studies, RCTs, cohort studies and ecologic studies are all excellent. The examples drive home the points as do the questions at the end of the chapter. A must have for a budding epidemiologist or outcomes researcher.
New edition coming out any day May 20 2014
By Sarah Schwartz - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover
This book is great, but the 2nd edition of this book is coming out between June and August 2014, so it's a waste to buy this one. Here's the new version, which can only be found by searching for the ISBN. Searching by the title or author's name does not pull it up. Epidemiologic Methods: Studying the Occurrence of Illness
Great textbook for Beginners in Epidemiology Feb. 28 2014
By Jennifer Messing - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Very easy to follow for someone with little a Epidemiology background. Glad it was offered in eBook form too! I've learned a lot as I've read it.
Great condition! Feb. 21 2014
By Danielle Ostendorf - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover Verified Purchase
The book is easy to read and a great overview of Epidemiological concepts. I would recommend it for anyone new to Epidemiology.