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Epidemiology for Field Veterinarians
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Table of Contents

1: What is Epidemiology? 2: The Epidemiological Approach 3: Investigating Disease Outbreaks 4: Causality 5: Patterns of Disease 6: Measuring Disease Frequency 7: Diagnosis and Screening 8: Sampling Populations 9: Data Collection and Management 10: Exploratory Data Analysis 11: Introduction to Statistical Principles 12: Animal Health Surveillance 13: Regional Animal Health Programmes 14: Introduction to Risk Analysis 15: Spatial Epidemiology

About the Author

Evan Sergeant is Director, AusVet Animal Health Services. Nigel Perkins is Director, AusVet Animal Health Services.

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"This book fills an important gap in the literature of veterinary epidemiology, and it does so in an extremely effective way. It is very practical, and guides the reader through each of the areas of epidemiology in a very well organized and clearly structured manner, providing first a framework for understanding the topic, then taking the reader through the steps required to apply the approach to a real world problem. It deserves a prominent place as part of the kit carried by every field veterinarian, and experienced epidemiologists will also find it a valuable reference."--Professor Roger S. Morris

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