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By Ross C. Brownson, Diana B. Petitti
St. Louis Univ., MO. Textbook/reference for college kids, practitioners, and public healthiness care brokers. Applies conventional epidemiologic equipment for identifying ailment etiology to the 'real-life' events of public healthiness and overall healthiness providers examine. DNLM: Epidemiology.
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Applied Epidemiology. Theory to Practice by Ross C. Brownson, Diana B. Petitti