Gail, Mitchell H.

Encyclopedia of epidemiologic methods [publication] / / ed. Mitchell H. Gail, Jacques Benichou - Chichester [etc.] : J. Wiley, 2000, cop. 2000 - XXI, 978 p. : ill. ; 26 cm

[Table des matières] 1. Analytic epidemiology. 2. Bias. 3. Birth cohort studies. 4. Cancer registries. 5. Case fatality. 6. Cause of death. 7. Clinical epidemiology. 8. Communicable disease. 9. Cox regression model. 10. Data quality in vital and health statistics. 11. Disease registers. 12. Environmental epidemiology. 13. Epidemiology as legal evidence. 14. Excess risk. 15. Exposure effect. 16. Genetic epidemiology. 17. Geographic patterns of diseases. 18. Hawthorne effect. 19. Hill's criteria for causality. 20. Infant and perinatal mortality. 21. Infectious disease models. 22. Interviewer bias. 23. Job-exposure matrices. 24. Kappa. 25. Life expectancy. 26. Logistic regression. 27. Mantel-Haenszel methods. 28. Mapping disease patterns. 29. Matched analysis. 30. Meta-analysis in epidemiology. 31. Migrant studies. 32. Mortality, international comparisons. 33. Nutritional epidemiology. 34. Observational study. 35. Occupational epidemiology. 36. Occupational health and medicine. 37. Occupational mortality. 38. Pharmacoepidemiology. 39. Poisson regression. 40. Population-based study. 41. Predictive values. 42. Prevalence of disease, estimation from screening data. 43. Preventable fraction. 44. Risk assessment. 45. Sample surveys. 46. Scan statistics for disease surveillance. 47. Screening. 48. Simpson's paradox. 49. Software, epidemiological specificity. 50. Standardization methods. 51. Survival analysis. 52. Survival analysis. 53. Synergy of exposure effects. 54. Target population. 55. Telephone samplng. 56. Tine lag effect. 57. Validation study.

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