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Surveillance in environmental public health: issues, systems, and sources. S B Thacker , D F Stroup , R G Parrish and H A Anderson Epidemiology Program Office, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Ga. 30333, USA. This article describes environmental public health surveillance and...
Traditional epidemiology, modern epidemiology, and public health. N Pearce Wellington School of Medicine, New Zealand. There have been significant developments in epidemiologic methodology during the past century, including changes in basic concepts, methods of data analysis, and methods of...
Clinical and prophylactic trials with assured new treatment for those at greater risk: I. A design proposal. M O Finkelstein , B Levin and H Robbins Patterson Belknap, Webb & Tyler, New York, NY, USA. OBJECTIVES: The accepted sine qua non for estimating the difference in efficacy between a new...
Choosing a future for epidemiology: I. Eras and paradigms. M Susser and E Susser Columbia University, Gertrude H. Sergievsky Center, New York, NY 10032, USA. To inform choices about the future of epidemiology, the present condition of epidemiology is examined, in terms of its evolution through...
Choosing a future for epidemiology: II. From black box to Chinese boxes and eco-epidemiology. M Susser and E Susser Columbia University, Gertrude H. Sergievsky Center, New York, NY 10032, USA. Part I of this paper traced the evolution of modern epidemiology in terms of three eras, each with its...
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