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Reproductive Epidemiology: Principles And Methods

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Reproductive Epidemiology introduces epidemiology students and health practitioners to a range of methodologies used to collect data and conduct analysis on reproductive epidemiology. The focus is to provide guidance on the use of methods appropriate for challenging and sensitive research topics, including sexual behavior, abortion, illicit drug use, and sexual abuse.
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Reviewer: James C. Torner, PhD, MS (University of Iowa College of Public Health)
Description: This is a much-needed book for individuals who want to apply the tenets and methods of epidemiology to reproductive health. The only other book with this orientation I am aware of was published in 1984.
Purpose: This is an introduction to reproductive epidemiology for students who have had limited exposure to the biomedical sciences or statistics. This is a worthy objective, but I think it is really more appropriate for more advanced students. A background in epidemiology and statistics would be helpful for readers. However, it is an excellent, thorough book on reproductive epidemiology.
Audience: The author states the book is written for students, but I think it can be used by more senior researchers as well, as a reference and an update to the older publication.
Features: The book covers the basic foundations of reproductive epidemiology. In that sense, it is more of a foundational text on epidemiologic methods applied to reproductive health. The second portion of the book is organized by environments related to reproduction — physical, chemical, biological, etc. The book then provides definitions and discusses appropriate research designs and statistical methods used in the field. Examples are excellent and clear.
Assessment: This is a much needed book for students in the classroom and for researchers as a reference. It really is the only one since Perinatal Epidemiology, Bracken (Oxford University Press, 1984) with this focus. (Another recently published book, Fertility and Pregnancy: An Epidemiologic Perspective, Wilcox (Oxford University Press, 2010), focuses more on biophysiological explanations and pathways.)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780763758691
  • Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning
  • Publication date: 9/8/2009
  • Edition description: 1E
  • Pages: 366
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.80 (d)

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