5 edition of Spatial Epidemiology found in the catalog.
November 15, 2000 by Oxford University Press, USA .
Written in English
|Contributions||P. Elliott (Editor), J. C. Wakefield (Editor), N. G. Best (Editor), D. J. Briggs (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||416|
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Not only have methodologic advances been rapid during the late Spatial Epidemiology book and s, but the permeation and diffusion of the methods in areas of human and veterinary epidemiology have also been considerable. Usually, it has the incidence of disease or prevalence of disease as its main focus. It is aimed primarily at scientists, across a broad range of disciplines, who need to analyse their own point pattern data. By definition, the focus of spatial epidemiology is the study of the geographical or spatial distribution of health outcomes.
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It is a welcome addition to the growing literature within the field of spatial epidemiology. Part III includes a bigger range of 12 chapters focused on special methods. Conversely, it Spatial Epidemiology book be and is in some circumstances taken by US courts, in an individual case, to justify an inference that a causal association does exist, based upon a balance of probability.
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A mistake in coding that affects all responses for that particular question is another example of a systematic error. Chapter 2 dives into more detail about spatial data and spatial effects in conjunction with the geographic information system GISsuch as data types, collection, and management.
Modern geographic information systems: promise and pitfalls. The measuring device could be precise but not accurate. This is both a pedagogical decision to make the book more easily comprehensible to people who are trained in basic statistical concepts and a scientific goal to bring spatial point process analysis closer to the statistical mainstream.
It is aimed primarily at scientists, across a broad range of disciplines, who need to analyse their own point pattern data. Local estimates of spatial clustering ; 6. Population-based health management[ edit ] Epidemiological practice and the results of epidemiological analysis make a significant contribution to emerging population-based health management frameworks.
Clustering, disease clusters, and surveillance. These 2 chapters provide various methods and statistics dealing with aggregated and point data for spatial clustering that has great potential as an alarm system for disease clustering.
Modern population-based health management Spatial Epidemiology book complex, requiring a multiple set of skills medical, political, technological, mathematical etc. There is usually an uneasy balance between the need for adequate precision and the practical issue of study cost.
In other cases, an inverse proportion is observed: greater exposure leads to lower incidence. Review: Review from previous edition: "Spatial Epidemiology mixes practical application with theory She has supervised several PhD projects and has published various papers in international journals.
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In Part I, a range of introductory chapters is found that address general issues related to epidemiology, GIS, environmental studies, clustering, and ecological analysis.
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