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A Dictionary of Epidemiology, edited for the International Epidemiological Association by Miquel Porta
Applied Logistic Regression by David W. Hosmer, Stanley Lemeshow
Epidemiology by Leon Gordis
Epidemiology : An Introduction by Kenneth J. Rothman
Epidemiology : Beyond the Basics by Moyses Szklo, F. Javier Nieto
Modern Epidemiology by Kenneth J. Rothman, Sander Greenland, Timothy L. Lash
Social Epidemiology edited by Lisa F. Berkman, Ichiro Kawachi
Survey Research Methods by Floyd J. Fowler, Jr.
More Lewis Library books on Epidemiology
These are books with a general subject heading of Epidemiology. To browse the more specific headings, such as "Communicable Diseases -- Epidemiology", use the Browse Subject Search instead.
American College of Epidemiology
The website of this professional association provides current and previous issues of its newsletter, links to job postings, notice of upcoming meetings and awards, and membership information.
Wonder provides a single point of access to a wide variety of reports and numeric public health data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Choose one of numerous online databases to search, or browse available resources using either the A-Z index or the topical index.
This site provides links to online textbooks, courses, and other learning resources for epidemiology, including Understanding the Fundamentals of Epidemiology: An Evolving Text by Dr. Victor J. Schoenbach, Associate Professor, School of Public Health, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Provides news about the latest developments in epidemiology. Includes a weekly newsletter, a directory of resources and services, and more.
Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR)
A series of articles produced by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. It is the agency's primary vehicle for scientific publication of timely, reliable, authoritative, and accurate public health information and recommendations. Articles can be downloaded for later viewing, and podcasts are also available.
WWW Virtual Library: Epidemiology
An extensive epidemiology webliography from the University of California at San Francisco.
The AHRQ is a division of the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, and it is the lead federal agency for research on health care quality, costs, outcomes, and patient safety. Their site is a good source for national health statistics and includes evidence-based practice reports, conference presentations, an online newsletter, and much more.
Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS)
The world's largest ongoing telephone health survey system, which has been tracking health conditions and risk behaviors in the United States since 1984. The site features sample questionnaires, interactive databases, quick comparison charts, and downloadable data files.
Provides access to the World Health Organization's global cancer statistics.
HIV/AIDS Epidemiological Fact Sheets, World Health Organization
Reports by country can be generated and downloaded.
National Notifiable Infectious Diseases Surveillance System
Annual report compiled by the CDC and required by act of Congress. Includes published reports, charts, and graphs. Reporting of nationally notifiable diseases to CDC by the states is voluntary; reporting is currently mandated (i.e., by state legislation or regulation) only at the state level. The list of diseases that are considered notifiable, therefore, varies slightly by state. All states generally report the internationally quarantinable diseases (i.e., cholera, plague, and yellow fever) in compliance with the World Health Organization's International Health Regulations.
Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End Results (SEER)
The premier source for cancer statistics in the United States. A service of the National Cancer Institute, which collects information on incidence, prevalence, and survival from specific geographic areas representing 26% of the U.S. population.
World Health Organization (WHO) Fact Sheets
An extensive list of health conditions, environmental health states, and public health topics.
World Health Statistics
Annual reports on health in the World Health Organization's 193 member countries. Includes data such as mortality, incidence of diseases, and risk factors.
For more information, see Statistics by Geographic Region or Statistics for Selected Topics.
Free software for Windows computers, provided by the CDC. Epidemiologists use it to rapidly develop forms, customize data entry, and enter and analyze data. Creates epidemiologic statistics, tables, graphs, and maps.
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