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Analytic Study Design (n.d.). Retrieved on 10/1/13 from http://www.epidemiolog.net/evolving/AnalyticStudyDesigns.pdf

 

Optional Reading

 

Aschengrau A, Seage GR (2003). Chapter 6: Overview of Epidemiologic Study Designs. Essentials of Epidemiology in Public Health, Boston: Jones & Bartlett Publishers. Retrieved on 10/1/13 from http://publichealth.jbpub.com/aschengrau/Aschengrau06.pdf

 

Cosio G (2005). Epidemiological Overview of Tuberculosis [Presentation]. Retrieved on 10/1/13 from www.paho.org/cdmedia/dpccd01/Presentations/Day1/EPIDEMIOLOGICAL%20OVERVIEW%20OF%20TUBERCULOSIS%202.ppt

 

DS 2-3 pages Times new roman 12 pt

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Describe the basic types of epidemiologic study designs that are used to test hypotheses, identify associations and establish causation.

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