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Epidemiology textbooks

Discussion in 'Public Health Degrees (Masters and Doctoral)' started by ftcnt, May 1, 2007.

  1. ftcnt

    ftcnt Junior Member

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    Can people recommend or suggest some good reference texts for epidemiology. I'm currently taking an introductory course but the professor didn't assign a textbook.

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    Epidemiologic Methods: Studying the Occurrence of Disease by Koepsell and Weiss is supposed to be a good one. I am going to UW next year and they use that (the professors teach there).
     
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    that's a pretty good text book (posted above), i took that course at UW as an undergrad and had a pretty good learning experience with it.
     
  5. ftcnt

    ftcnt Junior Member

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    thanks...any others?
     
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    Epidemiology 3rd Ed. by Leon Gordis.
     
  7. Jack Daniel

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    I like Gordis, too, for its brevity and readability.
     

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