Neuroepidemiology: From Principles to Practice – eBook

eBook details

  • Authors: Lorene M. Nelson,  Caroline M. Tanner, Stephen K. Van Den Eeden, Valerie M. McGuire
  • File Size: 35 MB
  • Format: PDF
  • Length: 480 pages
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
  • ISBN-10: 019513379X
  • ISBN-13: 9780195133790

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Neuroepidemiology is the epidemiologic research study of neurological conditions. This great book Neuroepidemiology: From Principles to Practice (PDF) supplies an available and extensive introduction of research study approaches for performing epidemiologic and medical research study on these conditions. It is targeted at epidemiologists, neurologists, and public health specialists, along with trainees of these disciplines. The ebook has 3 parts, each stressing the special elements of studying neurologic conditions. The 1st concentrates on traditional principles of epidemiologic and medical research study, consisting of research study style, sources of research study predisposition, and approaches for examining the function of ecological and hereditary consider neurologic conditions. The 2nd part covers each of the significant neurologic conditions, with a focus on the methodologic elements of studying these conditions and conversation of future research study instructions. The 3rd part adheres to medical and translational research study approaches, consisting of the style and conduct of medical trials and prognostic research studies, along with the principles of health services research study and proof-based medication. This book will provide epidemiologists, neurologists, and their trainees the structure for performing strenuous epidemiologic and medical research study on neurologic conditions.



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