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*  Mediation (statistics)
Epidemiologic Methods. 1 (1, Article 7). doi:10.1515/2161-962X.1014. Albert, Jeffrey (2012). "Distribution-Free Mediation ... "A comparison of methods to test mediation and other intervening variable effects". Psychol Methods. 7 (1): 83-104. doi:10.1037/ ... The bootstrapping method provides some advantages to the Sobel's test, primarily an increase in power. The Preacher and Hayes ... This method provides point estimates and confidence intervals by which one can assess the significance or nonsignificance of a ...
*  XLispStat
p. 5. ISBN 978-3-642-10280-6. Mitchell H. Gail (2 November 2000). Encyclopedia of Epidemiologic Methods. John Wiley & Sons. p. ... It includes a variety of statistical functions and methods, including routines for nonlinear curve fit.[citation needed] Many ...
*  Brian MacMahon
Epidemiologic Methods (Little, Brown; 1960); reissued as Epidemiology: Principles and Methods (Little, Brown; 1970) (ISBN ... MacMahon co-authored the textbook Epidemiologic Methods (1960), later reissued as Epidemiology: Principles and Methods, with ...
*  William Farr
Alfredo Morabia (1 January 2004). A History of Epidemiologic Methods and Concepts. Springer. pp. 133-4. ISBN 978-3-7643-6818-0 ... Alfredo Morabia (1 January 2004). A History of Epidemiologic Methods and Concepts. Springer. p. 155. ISBN 978-3-7643-6818-0. ... John Eyler, Victorian Social Medicine: The Ideas and Methods of William Farr (Baltimore 1979). Michel Dupaquier, "William Farr ...
*  Epidemiology
2004) A History of Epidemiologic Methods and Concepts. Basel, Birkhauser Verlag. Part I. [3] [4] Smetanin P, Kobak P, Moyer C, ... Alfredo Morabia (2004). A history of epidemiologic methods and concepts. Birkhäuser. p. 93. ISBN 3-7643-6818-7. Historical ... "A new method to estimate mortality in crisis-affected and resource-poor settings: validation study." International Journal of ... Statistical methods in epidemiology: Karl Pearson, Ronald Ross, Major Greenwood and Austin Bradford Hill, 1900 - 1945. Trust ...
*  Thomas Rowe Edmonds
Alfredo Morabia (1 January 2004). A History of Epidemiologic Methods and Concepts. Springer. p. 151. ISBN 978-3-7643-6818-0. ... A History of Epidemiologic Methods and Concepts. Springer. pp. 149-50. ISBN 978-3-7643-6818-0. Retrieved 11 June 2013. Michael ... Edmonds applied the method of Pehr Wilhelm Wargentin for life tables to England, as Joshua Milne had done with data from ...
*  International Medical Commission on Bhopal
2012). "Epidemiologic Methods Lessons Learned from Environmental Public Health Disasters: Chernobyl, the World Trade Center, ... The main goals of the IMCB were: Betterment of the lives of the victims with rational diagnostic methods and treatment ... indicated that post-disaster epidemiologic studies should accurately estimate exposure to enable correct dose-response ... resulting in the absence of rational methods of care and planning resulting in loss of sight and in some cases life, and ...
*  Adverse vaccine reactions in pets
... between VAS and administration of aluminum adjuvanted rabies and FeLV vaccines was established through epidemiologic methods. ... Concern about adverse effects has led to revised guidelines that alter the recommended frequency and methods/locations for both ... 2010 and 2011 that address these concerns by altering the recommended frequency and methods/locations for both vaccination of ...
*  Antimicrobial stewardship
... well-controlled trials of antimicrobial use regulation employing sophisticated epidemiologic methods, molecular biological ... Ruedy, J. (1966). "A method of determining patterns of use of antibacterial drugs". Can Med Assoc J. 95 (16): :807-12. PMC ... Decreasing diagnostic uncertainty by appropriate testing, including rapid diagnostic methods. The most effective strategy to ... the epidemiological method of time series analysis is preferred, because it accounts for the dependence between time points.[ ...
*  Field Epidemiology Training Program
Its methods are designed to answer specific epidemiologic questions in order to plan, implement and/or evaluate public health ... Field Epidemiology involves the application of epidemiologic methods to unexpected health problems when a rapid, on-site ... FETPs are established within host country ministries of health to enhance the epidemiologic capacity of the public health ...
*  Sander Greenland
Greenland, S. (January 1, 1987). "Quantitative methods in the review of epidemiologic literature". Epidemiologic Reviews. 9 (1 ... is an American statistician and epidemiologist known for his contributions to epidemiologic methods, meta-analysis, Bayesian ... Greenland, S. (1989). "Modeling and variable selection in epidemiologic analysis". American Journal of Public Health. 79 (3): ...
*  David S. Guzick
Guzick developed mathematical and statistical models, and applied epidemiologic methods, to address clinical problems in ...
*  Low birth-weight paradox
Confounding Epidemiology Epidemiologic methods Mexican paradox, not directly related, but also involving low birth weights ... Nevertheless, most epidemiologic studies of birth weight and mortality have controlled for maternal smoking, and the adjusted ...
*  November 1961
Encyclopedia of Epidemiologic Methods (John Wiley and Sons, 2000 p924 Philip J. Hilts, Protecting America's Health: The FDA, ...
*  Iodine-131
... it is probably too small to observe using the best epidemiologic methods available Executive summary Chattopadhyay, Sankha; ... The most common method of treatment is to give potassium iodide to those at risk. The dosage for adults is 130 mg potassium ... US patent 5635712, Scott, George L., "Method for monitoring the hydraulic fracturing of a subterranean formation", published ... A common treatment method for preventing iodine-131 exposure is by saturating the thyroid with regular, non-radioactive iodine- ...
*  Immunologic adjuvant
... between VAS and administration of aluminum adjuvanted rabies and FeLV vaccines was established through epidemiologic methods, ... DNA Vaccines: Methods and Protocols, D.B. Lowrie and R.G. Whalen, Humana Press, 2000. ISBN 978-0-89603-580-5. The Use of ... In D.B. Lowrie and R.G. Whalen (editors), DNA Vaccines: Methods and Protocols, Humana Press, 2000. ISBN 978-0-89603-580-5. The ...
*  Vaccine-associated sarcoma
... between VAS and administration of aluminum adjuvanted rabies and FeLV vaccines was established through epidemiologic methods, ...
*  International Epidemiological Association
... epidemiologists and public health professionals an opportunity to become acquainted with the advances in epidemiologic methods ... Encourage the development of epidemiological methods and improvement in these methods. Promote the communication of ... It was published first in English as Epidemiology: A guide to Teaching Methods [9] and also published in French, German, Polish ... 2011;27(8):1456-7. Environmental epidemiology Epidemiology E-epidemiology Epidemic model Epidemiological methods ...
*  Richard Garfield (nursing professor)
In the 1980s and 1990s he quantified the impact of conflict on noncombatants using epidemiologic methods and studied the ... He has assisted in developing applied methods of epidemiologic assessment to the area of emergencies and disasters, and ...
*  Ralph R. Frerichs
Both at UCLA and in international workshops he taught epidemiologic methods, the use of rapid community-based surveys, ... epidemiologic simulation models for focused research, and screening and surveillance methods for HIV/AIDS and other diseases. ... Several years later he introduced a more advanced form of the rapid survey method for use in the United States. Becoming ... "Epidemiologic impact of water reuse in Los Angeles County". Environmental Research. 29: 109-122. doi:10.1016/0013-9351(82)90012 ...
*  OpenEpi
Research Methods in Community Medicine: Surveys, Epidemiologic Research, Programme Evaluation, Clinical Trials. John Wiley & ... It is the first step toward an entirely web-based set of epidemiologic software tools. OpenEpi can be thought of as an ... 36th Annual Meeting of the Society for Epidemiologic Research. Atlanta, GA, United States. Dean AG, Sullivan KM, Mir R (1-4 ... 25 (4): 3, 7, 9. Sullivan KM, Dean AG, Mir R (11-14 June 2003). OpenEpi: a new collaborative effort in epidemiologic computing ...
*  Naval Medical Research Unit Three
... assistance in training host nation scientists in epidemiologic techniques or modern laboratory molecular biology methods. Via ... NAMRU-3 basic science, epidemiologic, and clinical investigations have included numerous tropical and subtropical infectious ...
*  Naval Medical Research Unit Six
... assistance in training host nation scientists in epidemiologic techniques or modern laboratory molecular biology methods. Via ... Training in outbreak investigation methods Joint training in a Master's of epidemiology program "Fort Detrick 2010 Post Guide ...
*  Suicide methods
Epidemiologic Reviews: mxv011. doi:10.1093/epirev/mxv011. [1] [2] [3] Committee on Law and Justice (2004). "Executive Summary ... A common suicide method is to use a firearm. Generally, the bullet will be aimed at point-blank range, often at the temple or, ... This method of suicide is relatively rare due to the long and painful experience one has to go through before death sets in. ... Unlike other methods of suicide, this was regarded as a way of preserving one's honor. The ritual is part of bushido, the code ...
*  Comparison of birth control methods
Tsui AO, McDonald-Mosley R, Burke AE (2010). "Family planning and the burden of unintended pregnancies". Epidemiologic Reviews ... The most effective and the most cost-effective methods are long-acting methods. Unfortunately these methods often have ... forgettable or top-tier methods. Intrauterine methods, implants and sterilization fall into this category. For methods that are ... Different methods require different levels of diligence by users. Methods with little or nothing to do or remember, or that ...
*  Cervical cancer
Other methods of prevention include: having few or no sexual partners and the use of condoms. Cervical cancer screening using ... Muñoz N, Bosch FX, de Sanjosé S, Herrero R, Castellsagué X, Shah KV, Snijders PJ, Meijer CJ (2003). "Epidemiologic ... Smoking can increase the risk in women a few different ways, which can be by direct and indirect methods of inducing cervical ... Liquid-based cytology is another potential screening method. Although it was probably intended to improve on the accuracy of ...