Epidemiology and Public Health
Epidemiology concerns with identifying health-related causes and effects. Analytical Epidemiology aims to research, study risk, protecting factors of diseases, identify factors in a diseased population that varies from a non-diseased population. Descriptive epidemiology helps to describe disease within a population, it helps to understand the occurrence of disease. The usual way to gain this knowledge is by group comparisons. Analytical epidemiology determines the cause of an outbreak. Using the case control method, the epidemiologist can look on the major factors that may causes the disease. The epidemiology and public health relating that associated terms of diabetes with the epidemiology.
- Track 1-1 Aetiological factors
- Track 2-2 Incidence and temporal variation
- Track 3-3 Screening of Diabetes
- Track 4-4 Variation with age, sex, and ethnicity
- Track 5-5 Geographical variation