Essentials of Environmental Epidemiology for Health Protection guides front-line public health practitioners through the decisions they are likely to face when dealing with environmental health problems, and shows how to integrate relevant aspects of environmental science, communication sciences, toxicology, and environmental epidemiology skills to conduct initial investigations.
Table of Contents
- Chapter 1 Introduction to environmental epidemiology for health protection
- Chapter 2 Epidemiology of environmental hazards
- Chapter 3 Literature reviews—systematic, but how and why?
- Chapter 4 Communication in epidemiological studies
- Chapter 5 Identifying and dealing with high-risk groups systematically and transparently
- Chapter 6 Health registers as a tool for disaster epidemiology