Epidemiology for the Uninitiated
by David Coggon, David Barker, Geoffrey Rose
Publisher: BMJ Books 2003
Number of pages: 80
This concise and readable book is a great introductions to epidemiology in health care. It is an invaluable tool for all medical students and health care professionals, whether they are learning epidemiology for the first time or as a practical revision aid for those needing to refresh or update their knowledge.
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