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  • These have been great steps in the right direction in epidemiological terms.
  • As with any epidemiological study, greater numbers in the study will increase the power of the study.
  • The second is the introduction of epidemiological methods into medical education and individual patient-level decision-making.
  • This is a major advantage over other forms of epidemiological study.
  • Dr Finkel has been involved in epidemiological research and health care policy studies.
  • Many question whether or not epidemiological transition really took place during the twentieth century.
  • Several epidemiological studies have been performed to address these issues.
  • Emphasis has been placed on screening rather than on well-designed epidemiological studies.
  • However, no epidemiological study has been conducted yet to understand its prevalence.
  • He was self-taught and without any formal epidemiological or research training, but he learnt fast.
  • Since the hypothesis was proposed, many studies world-wide have confirmed the initial epidemiological evidence.
  • However, this has not yet been confirmed with epidemiological trace-back analysis.
  • The data can also be used in epidemiological investigations and for research purposes.
  • There are however no published epidemiological studies to support this observation.
  • Epidemiological assessment may include secondary data analysis or original data collection.
  • Modern epidemiological methods are closely linked to current concepts of disease and public health policy.
  • According to United States epidemiological data, it is currently the third largest mental health care problem in the world.
  • In epidemiological studies, it is well known that not all subjects in an exposed area are affected.
  • He was a member of the Epidemiological Society, and for several years acted as secretary.
  • The cats showed none of the symptoms found in past epidemiological studies and appeared normal.
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