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- 1 An Introduction to Population Health Science
- 2 Conceptualizing and Evaluating Causes for Population Health Science
- 3 The Causes of Cases Versus Causes of Incidence
- 4 Population Health Across Levels, Systems, and the Life Course
- 5 Ubiquity and the Macrosocial Determinants of Population Health
- 6 Causal Architecture to Understand What Matters Most: Theory
- 7 Causal Architecture and What Matters Most: Quantitative Examples
- 8 Valuing Population Health Interventions: Measuring Return on Investment
- 9 Equity and Efficiency in Population Health Science
- 10 Prediction in Population Health Science
- 11 Case Study: Can We Reduce Obesity by Encouraging People to Eat Healthy Food?Jonathan Platt, Katherine M. Keyes, and Sandro Galea
- 12 Case Study: Simulating the Impact of High-Risk and Population Intervention Strategies for the Prevention of DiseaseJonathan Platt, Katherine M. Keyes, and Sandro Galea
- 13 Tensions in Population Health Science