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The principles of epidemiology are used to describe the conditions of diseases, injuries, and environmental hazards. They can also be used to help control the spread of diseases. Epidemiologic concepts are applied to populations of varying types, viewing individuals as part of the collective whole of society.What are the key uses of epidemiology?
Describe key features and applications of descriptive and analytic epidemiology. Calculate and interpret ratios, proportions, incidence rates, mortality rates, prevalence, and years of potential life lost. Calculate and interpret mean, median, mode, ranges, variance, standard deviation, and confidence interval.What are some measures of epidemiology?
These variables have to be summarized with frequency measures such as ratios, proportions, and rates. Incidence, prevalence, and mortality rates are three frequency measures that are used to characterize the occurrence of health events in a population.What are the core epidemiology functions?
Describe key features and applications of descriptive and analytic epidemiology. Calculate and interpret ratios, proportions, incidence rates, mortality rates, prevalence, and years of potential life lost. Calculate and interpret mean, median, mode, ranges, variance, standard deviation, and confidence interval.