Outbreak Investigations Around the World Case Studies in Infectious Diesease Field Epidemiology
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Description: Outbreak investigation is one of the primary and most critical activities in epidemiology. Infectious disease outbreaks always require intense, rapid on-site response and gain front page headlines. Bacterial or viral outbreaks occur quickly, and students and professionals should know how to react. This title uses "Field Epidemiology" - the application of epidemiology methods for unexpected health problems requiring fast, on-site investigation for timely intervention.
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All the information you need in one place! Each Study Brief is a summary of one specific subject; facts, figures, and explanations to help you learn faster.
List price: $154.95
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning, LLC
Publication date: 4/29/2009
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
|About the Author|
|How an Outbreak is Investigated|
|Leptospirosis at the Bubbles|
|Cholera for a Dime|
|Legionnaires' Disease: Investigation of an Outbreak of a New Disease|
|The Investigation of Toxic Shock Syndrome in Wisconsin, 1979-1980 and Beyond|
|The Early Days of AIDS in the United States: A Personal Perspective|
|Verify the Diagnosis: A Pseudo-outbreak of Amebiasis in Los Angeles County|
|Measles Among Religiously Exempt Persons|
|An Outbreak of Fulminant Hepatitis B in a Medical Ward in Israel|
|What Went Wrong? An Ancient Recipe Associated with Botulism in Modern Egypt|
|Controlling an Outbreak of Shigellosis with a Community-Wide Intervention in Lexington, Kentucky|
|Pork Tapeworm in an Orthodox Jewish Community: Arriving at a Biologically Plausible Hypothesis|
|The Massive Waterborne Outbreak of Cryptosporidium Infections, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1993|
|A Community Outbreak of Hepatitis A Involving Cooperation Between Public Health, the Media, and Law Enforcement, Iowa, 1997|
|Tracking a Syphilis Outbreak Through Cyberspace|
|Eschar: The Story of the New York City Department of Health 2001 Anthrax Investigation|
|Ebola Hemorrhagic Fever in Gabon: Chaos to Control|
|Whipping Whooping Cough in Rock Island County, Illinois|
|Emergency Yellow Fever Mass Vaccination in Post-Civil War Liberia|
|A Mumps Epidemic-Iowa, 2006|