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From the Publisher. . . an excellent introductory and reference text regarding this growing subfield of epidemiology. The authors provide a clear and accurate description of medical examiner/coroner (ME/C) office procedures as they relate to the categories and quality of mortality data that are utilized in forensic epidemiological practice and research. . . . well-organized, well-researched and highly readable. . . . In sum, Koehler and Brown’s Forensic Epidemiology is a much-needed addition to the epidemiological and forensic literature. The well-written and researched volume provides a useful textbook option for college students and a handy office reference for professionals..
— Sharon M. Derrick writing in Forensic Science, Medicine, and Pathology (Humana Press), published online February 27. 2010
The information is not easily available elsewhere, and provides the reader with an insight into this new specialty. I would recommend this book highly to all forensic practitioners, who want to explore this new specialty.
—Anil Aggrawal's Internet Journal of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology