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Topic review - Epidemiology Assignment Help
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Epidemiology exactly means “the study of what is upon the people.” It is acquired from Greek in which epi means ‘upon’, demos, means ‘people’, and logos, means ‘study’, implying that it pertains only to human populations. Although, the word is extensively applied in studies of zoological populations (veterinary epidemiology). Epidemiology is the analysis of the distribution, models, and determinants of health and disease-related situations in specified populations. Epidemiology assignment help is the process used to determine the reasons for health consequences and disorders in communities. In epidemiology, the patient is the society, and people are observed collectively. It is also an application of this knowledge to manage health problems. Epidemiology is a foundation of civic well-being and forms policy decisions and evidence-based application by recognizing risk constituents for illness and objectives for preventive healthcare. Epidemiologists help with research design, gathering, and analytical interpretation of data, improve interpretation and distribution of results. Epidemiology has helped develop methodology in clinical research, public health studies, and basic analysis in the biological sciences.
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