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Epidemiology is defined as the study of >where disease occurs >when disease occurs >where and when a disease occurs, and how it is transmitted >how a disease is transmitted
A: where and when a disease occurs, and how it is transmitted
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Which of the following is considered a key characteristic of epidemiology?
A. Distribution B. Population focus C. Quantification D. All of the above
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Which of the following is considered a key characteristic of epidemiology.
All of the choices are correct: Distribution, population focus, quantification
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Who was Ignaz Semmelweis and what was his contribution to epidemiology? It was thought to be an odd practice at the time and he lost his job over it.
Hungarian OB who directed his staff to wash hands before dealing with his OB moms and babies.
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In explaining the meaning of epidemiological terms such as incidence, prevalence, epidemic, odds ratio, and relative risk: What are the three main categories of epidemiology studies?
i. There are three main categories of epidemiology studies 1. Descriptive 2. Analytical 3. Interventional
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What is the definition of a population as it relates to epidemiology?
The population is all of the inhabitants of a given country or area considered together.
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What is the definition of epidemiology using the Greek roots?
Epi- -demos- -logy (what is) upon population the study of
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What is the epidemiology of Celiac disease? Is the incidence increasing? What is the largest affected population?
-Incidence has increased in the last 50 years -Largest affected population is whites of Northern European ancestry, but it is present in worldwide populations
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What is the pertinent epidemiology for testicular cancer?
Most common solid tumor in men age 20-34
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What is the underlying principle of epidemiology?
Disease is not randomly distributed in a population
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