A History of Epidemiologic Methods and Concepts by Birkhauser Verlag AG (Paperback, 2004)

Brand new: lowest price

AU $143.56

Free postage
  • Get it by Tue, 29 May - Thu, 14 Jun from Sydney, Australia
  • Brand new condition
  • • Returns accepted - 30 days money back
By Alfredo Morabia. The papers present the design of prospective and retrospective studies, and the concepts of bias, confounding, and interaction. Morabia's essay is fascinating. The particular combination of his interests gives a special credibility to his essay, which describes how epidemiologic thinking has developed from the 18th century around two key ideas: concepts concerned with populations and group comparisons - the hallmarks of modern epidemiology.