|Resource Name &|
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|Medical Epidemiology (Lange)|
The aim of this book is to provide the reader with an overview of the principles and concepts of epidemiology. In so doing, it attempts to illustrate the complementary relationship between population-based science and the care of patients. Upon completion of this book, the reader should be able to calculate and interpret basic epidemiologic measures, recognize the various epidemiologic study designs with their respective advantages and limitations, understand the concepts of variability and bias, and characterize the means by which clinical evidence can be systematically summarized for decision-making. Fourth edition, 2005.
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|Vendor Name:||McGraw-Hill's AccessMedicine|
|Research Guides:||Family and Community Medicine|
|Coverage:||Fourth edition, 2005|
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