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An [[Epidemiology Discipline]] is an [[empirical science]] focused on the study of relationships between [[exposure]]s and the [[risk of]] [[adverse health outcome]]s.  
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An [[Epidemiology Discipline]] is an [[empirical science]] focused on the study of relationships between [[exposure]]s and the [[risk of]] [[adverse health outcome]]s.
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* <B>Context:</B>
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** It can study [[Computational Epidemiology Task]]s.
 
* <B>See:</B> [[Cause]], [[Health]], [[Disease]], [[Population]], [[Public Health]], [[Evidence-Based Practice]], [[Risk Factor]], [[Preventive Healthcare]], [[Statistical Analysis]], [[Peer Review]], [[Systematic Review]], [[Methodology]], [[Clinical Research]].
 
* <B>See:</B> [[Cause]], [[Health]], [[Disease]], [[Population]], [[Public Health]], [[Evidence-Based Practice]], [[Risk Factor]], [[Preventive Healthcare]], [[Statistical Analysis]], [[Peer Review]], [[Systematic Review]], [[Methodology]], [[Clinical Research]].
 
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== References ==
 
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* ([[Hagan & West, 2010]]) ⇒ [[Anthony O' Hagan]], and [[‎Mike West]], editors. ([[2010]]). “The Oxford Handbook of Applied Bayesian Analysis. ISBN:0191613894
 
* ([[Hagan & West, 2010]]) ⇒ [[Anthony O' Hagan]], and [[‎Mike West]], editors. ([[2010]]). “The Oxford Handbook of Applied Bayesian Analysis. ISBN:0191613894
** [[Epidemiology Discipline|Epidemiology]] is focused on the study of relationships between exposures and the risk of adverse health outcomes or diseases. A better understanding of the factors leading to disease is fundamental in developing better strategies for disease prevention and treatment. ...
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** QUOTE: [[Epidemiology Discipline|Epidemiology]] is focused on the study of relationships between exposures and the risk of adverse health outcomes or diseases. A better understanding of the factors leading to disease is fundamental in developing better strategies for disease prevention and treatment. ...
  
 
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Latest revision as of 16:53, 26 March 2020

An Epidemiology Discipline is an empirical science focused on the study of relationships between exposures and the risk of adverse health outcomes.



References

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2010

  • (Hagan & West, 2010) ⇒ Anthony O' Hagan, and ‎Mike West, editors. (2010). “The Oxford Handbook of Applied Bayesian Analysis. ISBN:0191613894
    • QUOTE: Epidemiology is focused on the study of relationships between exposures and the risk of adverse health outcomes or diseases. A better understanding of the factors leading to disease is fundamental in developing better strategies for disease prevention and treatment. ...