Research Issues Epidemiology

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  • 1
    What is Epidemiology?
    Study lived of people or groups of people
    Study factors affecting health of a population
    Explain meaning of social phenomenon
    Record and understand events of the past
  • 2
    What is not a study factor of Epidemiology?
    Generally categorized as descriptive or looking at relationships
    Interact with people in their own setting
    Identify patterns and trends
    Correlation and longitudinal
    Inform intervention
  • 3
    True or false: Epidemiology involves health promotion
  • 4
    Which is not an Epidemiology research design?
    Case study
    Cohort study
    Case and control study
  • 5
    What is a Cohort study?
    Sample-->(exposure to specific factor)-->end state
    Sample with or without characteristic--->risk factor of interest
    Sample---> exposure to specific factor)--risk factor of interest
    Sample with or without characteristic--->end state
  • 6
    What is a case control study?
    Sample with/without characteristics--> end state
    Sample--.(exposure to specific factors)-->risk factors of interest
    Sample--.(exposure to specific factors)-->end state
    Sample with/without characteristics--> risk factors of interest
  • 7
    Why do we use Epidemiology?
    Primary resource for public health and preventive medicine
    Observe research design
    To study the past
    Explain meaning of social phenomenon
    Study a person or event in great detail
  • 8
    Why do they release Epidemiology?
    To teach the population about history
    To get more people to become doctors
    Help the general public to make informed decision
  • 9
    What does is an Epidemiology?
    Helps to perform the results section
    Involved secondary sources
    Study factors affect health of a population
    History of a person in great detail
  • 10
    What are the 2 different designs of an Epidemiology?
    None of the answers
    Case-control and case study
    Cohort and case-control study
    Cohort and Case study

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