5 edition of Epidemiological methods in life course research found in the catalog.
Epidemiological methods in life course research
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Andrew Pickles, Barbara Maughan, Michael Wadsworth.|
|Series||Life course approach to adult health series|
|Contributions||Pickles, Andrew., Maughan, Barbara, 1946-, Wadsworth, Michael E. J.|
|LC Classifications||RA652 .E64515 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2007009405|
In epidemiology, researchers use more advanced and complex statistical methods than colleagues who work with experimental data, often under more controlled conditions than can be achieved with the larger datasets and more “real-life” conditions required by observational data. An overview of models and methods for life course analysis An overview of models and methods for life course analysis Chapter: (p) Chapter 8 An overview of models and methods for life course analysis Source: Epidemiological Methods in Life Course Research Author(s): Andrew Pickles Bianca De Stavola Publisher: Oxford University Press.
Epidemiological Methods in Life Course Research, Volume 1,, Andrew Pickles, Barbara Maughan, Michael Wadsworth, Oxford University Press, , , , pages. Life course epidemiology is concerned with the origins of risk, resilience, and the processes of ageing. The life course approach is not unique to epidemiology but recently has gained much attention and popularity in epidemiologic research (e.g. Osler et al., ) and has been implemented in WHOs implication for policy and research on major non-communicable disease (Aboderin et al., ). It can be considered as an interdisciplinary framework.
Epidemiological Research Methods will be of interest to students and research workers who need to learn and appreciate modern approaches to the subject. Without unnecessary emphasis on mathematics or theory, the book will enable the reader to gain a greater level of understanding of the underlying methods than is normally provided in books on. Lecture 1: Introduction to Epidemiology Outline Uses of Epidemiology I to determine, describe, and report on the natural course of disease, disability, injury, and death I to aid in the planning and development of health services and programs I to provide administrative and planning data 4/
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The rapid development of life course epidemiology, in parallel with new work on developmental biology and the biology of ageing, has bought innovative and ingenious methods of data collection. These require new methodological techniques for the design of observational and quasi-experimental studies of life course pathways to adult by: Life course epidemiology is developing rapidly in the context of new knowledge about the biology of development and ageing and gene-environment interplay.
This book is concerned with design, measurement, and analysis of life course data. Study design chapters are concerned with models of the life course development of risk, the effect of individual differences, the study of genetic effects. The rapid development of life course epidemiology, in parallel with new work on developmental biology and the biology of ageing, has bought innovative and ingenious methods of data collection.
These require new methodological techniques for the design of observational and quasi-experimental studies of life course pathways to adult : $ Get this from a library. Epidemiological methods in life course research. [Andrew Pickles; Barbara Maughan; Michael E J Wadsworth;] -- Life course epidemiology is concerned with how factors from the early development period, alongside genetic and environmental influences, can shape the future health of a person.
This text explains. Epidemiological Methods in Life Course Research Andrew Pickles, Barbara Maughan, and Michael Wadsworth A Life Course Approach to Adult Health. Presents a holistic, rather than disease specific, view of life course health assists the reader in thinking about what constitutes evidence for life course pathways and how to analyse it.
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Your way of life. Pickles / Maughan / Wadsworth, Epidemiological Methods in Life Course Research,Buch, Bücher schnell und portofrei. This book provides key information on the epidemiology of individual diseases and disorders and on hot topics and methods in oral health research.
It is designed to meet the needs of advanced students in the fields of Dentistry and Oral Health and dentists in the early stages of their career. The field of life course epidemiology has expanded rapidly since this book was first published. The purpose of this field is to study how biological and social factors during gestation, childhood, adolescence, and earlier adult life independently, cumulatively, and interactively influence later life health and disease.
Contributors to this edition capture the excitement of the developing field. You will be introduced to descriptive epidemiology, measures and comparisons of disease frequency, ecological studies, cross-sectional studies, prevalence studies, case-control studies, principles of screening, study design and questionnaires and qualitative research methods.
Learning Outcomes By the end of this module, you should be able to: 1. Calendar and Time Diary Methods in Life Course Research.
offers a road map to those who wish to use calendar and diary methods in their own research. The book is also a tool for examining issues related to these up-and-coming approaches to data collection. Finally, this text may serve as a helpful resource for readers who need to interpret.
This paper aims to examine how conceptual frameworks from life course epidemiology could enhance back pain research. Life course concepts can be divided into three categories.
Concept 1: patterns. Data sources included follow-up studies of early life health and of those exposed to early health risk. Now life course epidemiology uses new techniques in genetics and other life sciences to increase understanding of how disease risk is established and maintained, and how ageing takes place, increasingly using new data resources.
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Calendar and Diary Methods in Life Methods Research is the first book to provide a road map to using both calendar and diary methods in research. An ideal tool for examining issues related to these up-and-coming approaches to data collection, the book is also a helpful resource for readers who interpret literature based on calendar and diary research.
Life course epidemiology, however, places additional emphasis on time elements, 5 including timing and a continuous sense of time (ie life-time). The purpose of this review is to illustrate the concepts and research application of life course epidemiology and to discuss the challenges that life course epidemiologists are facing and possible.
Persons interested in the burgeoning field of life-course epidemiology will benefit greatly from reading Epidemiological Methods in Life Course Research, the third volume in the Life Course Approach to Adult Health series from Oxford University the first two volumes in the series (1, 2) were more conceptual and disease-oriented, this one focuses more explicitly on study design.
This relatively new area of research is called life-course epidemiology. The life-course framework for investigating the aetiology and natural history of chronic disease proposes that advantages.
Calendar and Time Diary: Methods in Life Course Research is the first book to provide a road map to using both calendar and diary methods in research. An ide. In the epidemiological literature, studies are typically grouped into observational and experimental studies (Ahern and Leslie ; Pickles et al.
Observational. The majority of life course studies are observational studies (Pickles et al. ).As compared with experimental studies, in which exposures are randomly assigned to study participants, in observational designs, the.
This second edition of Epidemiologic Methods offers a rigorous introduction to the concepts and tools of epidemiologic research. Aimed chiefly at future epidemiologists, the book offers clear descriptions, practical examples, and question/answer sections for each of the science's key concepts.
Authored by two award-winning epidemiology instructors, this book is ideally suited for use as a text.This course presents an overview of the methodology that guides epidemiological and clinical research.
Students explore common study designs, precision and accuracy in measurement, sample size estimation and tools, ways to identify and minimize study biases, and analysis and critique of studies. Epidemiologists and clinical researchers gain a strong foundation in research methodology.A Mixed-Methods Approach to Explore the Quality of Life and Experiences of Older Male Prisoners in HMPS; Examining Trauma Exposure and Criminal Activity among Incarcerated Women: Using the Life History Calendar Method in Correctional Settings.