Encyclopedia of Epidemiologic Methods
- Cancer Registries
- Birth Defect Registries
- Meta Analysis of Epidemiologic Studies
- Epidemiology Overview
- Sample Size
- Sex Ratio at Birth
- Software Design and Analysis
Featuring contributions from leading experts in academia, government and industry, the Encyclopedia of Epidemiologic Methods has been designed to complement existing texts on the subject by providing further extensive, up-to-date coverage of specialised topics and by introducing the reader to the research literature.
Offering a wealth of information in a single resource, the Encyclopedia of Epidemiologic Methods
- Offers an excellent introduction to a vast array of specialised
- Includes in-depth coverage of the statistical underpinnings of
contemporary epidemiologic methods
- Provides concise definitions and introductions to numerous
concepts found in the current literature
- Uses extensive cross-references, helping to facilitate further research, and enabling the reader to locate definitions and related concepts
In addition to featuring extensive articles in the areas of descriptive and analytic epidemiology, the Encyclopedia also provides the reader with articles on case-control design and offers substantial coverage of allied statistical methods.
From the Reviews….
"a selection of excellent articles"
(Short Book Reviews, December 2001)
"The articles were written by experts...hence the quality of
entries is quite good. The editors have done an excellent
(Journal of the American Statistical Association, December 2001)
"There is no doubt that this…is an invaluable tool for
researchers involved in medical and public health research as it
offers an excellent springboard for acquiring and strengthening
practical and methodological tools."
(Short Book Reviews, Vol. 21, No. 3, December 2001)
"...illuminating and comprehensive and often of extremely high
(Biometrics, September 2002)
"The articles were written by experts...hence the quality of entries is quite good. The editors have done an excellent job..." (Journal of the American Statistical Association, December 2001)
"...illuminating and comprehensive and often of extremely high quality..." (Biometrics, September 2002)