Edited By: J P T M Noordhuizen, K Frankena, C M van der Hoofd and E A M Graat
Quantitative epidemiology provides the principles and tools for a better understanding of disease occurrence and spread in (animal) populations, and in particular, diseases with a multifactoral etiology. This book is based upon the findings from a series of workshops and clinics where theory and practical issues concerning quantitative epidemiological issues were addressed. It is not intended as a textbook, but as an aid to self-training. The book contains detailed examples from the field, and answers are given to questions. The book is aimed primarily at practising veterinarians and animal health workers in the field who wish to improve their quantitative skills. Herd health workers, district veterinary officers and disease control authorities should also find the book useful, as should veterinary and animal science students who are studying population health issues.
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