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Epidemiological and biostatistical approaches 

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  1. 6.1 Epidemiology: The foundation of public health [link]

  2. 6.2 Ecologic variables, ecologic studies, and multilevel studies in public health research [link]

  3. 6.3 Cross-sectional studies [link]

  4. 6.4 Principles of outbreak investigation [link]

  5. 6.5 Case–control studies [link]

  6. 6.6 Cohort studies [link]

  7. 6.7 Methodology of intervention trials in individuals [link]

  8. 6.8 Methodological issues in the design and analysis of community intervention trials [link]

  9. 6.9 Community-based intervention studies in high-income countries [link]

  10. 6.10 Community-based intervention trials in low- and middle-income countries [link]

  11. 6.11 Clinical epidemiology [link]

  12. 6.12 Validity and bias in epidemiological research [link]

  13. 6.13 Causation and causal inference [link]

  14. 6.14 Systematic reviews and meta-analysis [link]

  15. 6.15 Statistical methods [link]

  16. 6.16 Mathematical models of transmission and control [link]

  17. 6.17 Public health surveillance [link]