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[bloga.epidemiologica]
[bloga.epidemiologica] is an exploration and conversation about how we think about epidemiology: put simply, the epistemology of epidemiology. I am reminded persistently that the world is becoming smaller; yet, it is changing more quickly than ever before. As it shrinks and adjusts, following an un unknown, not-necessarily Newtonian, possibly Einsteinian algorithm, we must counter with updated theory and explorations that move the field of epidemiology beyond traditional methodology and theory.
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Aetiology
No summary available for this site.
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barfblog
safe food from farm to fork
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berlinSCI.com
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CCHSR
The Cambridge Centre for Health Services Research (CCHSR) is a collaboration between the University of Cambridge Health Services Research Group at the Institute of Public Health and the Health and Healthcare Group at RAND Europe. We aim to inform policy through evidence-based research on health services in the UK and internationally.
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Christen Rune Stensvold
Public Health Microbiologist Putting Parasites on the Spot!
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Confounded by Confounding
The ongoing tale of the life and times of a graduate student in Epidemiology, with thoughts on public health, grad school, coding and sundry nerdery.
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Contagions
thoughts on historic infectious disease
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Controversies in Hospital Infection Prevention
Wherein we ponder vexing issues in infection prevention and control, inside and outside the hospital.
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Countering...
Keeping readers informed on the latest in autism research and therapies while offering personal posts on parenting three children on the spectrum. Additional topics include psychology, critical thinking, and photography of flowers and insects.
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Drexel News Blog
Health, medical, and public health stories from Drexel University.
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DrugMonkey
No summary available for this site.
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Effect Measure
No summary available for this site.
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Elliott Garber
The Uncommon Veterinarian: Veterinarian and author Elliott Garber provides fellow animal lovers, students, and veterinarians with the tools they need to pursue their dreams in the wide world of veterinary medicine.
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Epilogue
Epilogue is mainly about epidemiology - health in populations of people, how we study it and how we can affect it. It will also be about evidence based medicine, and how we make difficult decisions for the best health outcomes. There will be stuff about what you can do to help as a patient, even if you're not a medical type or a scientist yourself. And finally there will be a little bit of statistics, as these are the tools epidemiologists use to figure out a lot of the first two things.
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Food intake control
Blog on the psychology behind self-control, food intake, exercise, weight and mindless eating
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Gone Viral
I write about epidemiology, public health and open access science.
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Intercultural Health
A place for information and discussion of evidence in intercultural health. Cultural diversity has an impact on public health and management of health services.
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Lance's Science Macrocosm
My personal blog that discusses topics ranging from public health to biomedical research.
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Life Science Exploration
A glance into the fascinating world of science for the inquisitive mind
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MacDoctor
No summary available for this site.
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Malaria
Malaria research at UiB
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Microbe Diaries at the CII
The Center for Infection and Immunity, at Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health, is dedicated to promoting global health through innovative research and training programs in infectious disease. Our focus is on pathogen surveillance and discovery and understanding how genes and environment contribute to health and disease. Our blog highlights research from the CII and abroad. Beginning in the spring of 2012, it will include videos of our monthly guest lectures, which are given by renowned microbiologists. Summaries of their related publications will be provided.
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Microbe Matters
...because microbes matter
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Molecules to Medicine
Demystifying drug development, clinical research, medicine, and the role ethics plays
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Mr Epidemiology
I’m an Epidemiologist. Well, I’m learning how to be one – I’m currently doing my PhD at Queen’s University. Contrary to popular belief, that doesn’t mean I’m a skin doctor. Epidemiology is a broad field that encompasses methods and techniques used to address issues that affect populations. Or, put more eloquently “Epidemiology is the study of the distribution and determinants of disease, and disease related states, in a population of individuals.” In short – we study who is getting sick, what is making them sick, and how sick they are getting. You can replace “sick” with any health outcome there, and there’s an epidemiologist looking at it. We do other stuff too, but that’s a story for another day.
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My PhD Journey
The latest research from my PhD and discussion of topical science news My name is Sophia David and last year I graduated with a first class degree in Biology at Imperial College London. Eager for more, last October I started a PhD in Biological Sciences at the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute in Cambridge. I decided that this was a great time to start a blog and share my interests and opinions of Biology, as well as offer some insight into working in this field of science. While primarily based at the Sanger Institute, I am a student at the University of Cambridge with which the Sanger Institute is affiliated and a member of the very pretty Clare College. I am also undertaking my PhD jointly with Public Health England (previously the Health Protection Agency) and I’m therefore very lucky to be associated with three great institutions! I am researching the genetics of Legionella pneumophila, a bacterium that causes Legionnaires' disease, a potentially fatal pneumonia. Work aside, I enjoy travelling, running, playing the piano, reading, baking and of course science writing.
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NPHR Blog
The mission of the Northwestern Public Health Review is to stimulate the exchange and cross-pollination of public health ideas, resources and opportunities across the Northwestern community and beyond. The NPHR Blog is our platform for discussing the latest happenings and trends in the world of Public Health.
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OEH Science
As a scientist my interests include occupational and environmental health and epidemiology, exposure assessment and public health. I realize this is an enormous field of research and as such I will not nearly come close to covering it. However, some topics interest me more than others and those I include in this blog.
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Providentia
A biased look at psychology in the world
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