Oxford Handbook of Epidemiology for Clinicians
Ward, H., Toledano, M. B., Shaddick, G., Davies, B. and Elliott, P., 2012. Oxford Handbook of Epidemiology for Clinicians. Oxford, U. K.: Oxford University Press. (Oxford Medical Handbooks)
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The Oxford Handbook of Epidemiology for Clinicians provides all the information required by students and junior doctors who need to understand and translate key epidemiological concepts into medical practice. Unlike standard textbooks in this area, the focus throughout is on clinical applications of epidemiological knowledge. Divided into four sections, the handbook begins with the basics of epidemiology in the clinic, moving on to the theories behind evidence-based practice, discussions of optimum methods and studies, and then ends by looking at the epidemiology of common diseases. The material is presented in a logical manner, from problems to the most appropriate solutions or tools to be applied. Interesting topics such as controversies in prevention intervention encourage discussion and thought, and the authors pose sensible and important questions throughout. This handbook is a must for all junior doctors, medical students, and clinicians who need to apply epidemiological concepts to day-to-day practice.
|Creators||Ward, H., Toledano, M. B., Shaddick, G., Davies, B. and Elliott, P.|
|Departments||Faculty of Science > Mathematical Sciences|
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