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Author: P. Elliott,J. C. Wakefield,N. G. Best,D. J. Briggs
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Title: Spatial Epidemiology: Methods and Applications
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Publisher: Oxford University Press; 1st edition (November 15, 2000)
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Spatial Epidemiology: Methods and Applications by P. Elliott,J. C. Wakefield,N. G. Best,D. J. Briggs



With contributions by 38 authors, there are 25 chapters, divided in four sections.

Elliot P. Wakefield JC. Best NG. Briggs DJ. Spatial epidemiology: methods and applications.

Paul Elliott, Jon Wakefield, Nicola Best, and David Briggs. This book explores the field of geographical variations in disease. 20. Personal exposure monitoring in environmental epidemiology. 21. Dispersion modelling. R. Colvile, and D. J. Briggs. 22. Combining models of health and exposure data: the SAVIAH study. N. G. Best, K. Ickstadt, R. L. Wolpert, and D. 23. The role of geographical studies in risk assessment.

the overall text is easy to read, clear concise, serving well as both a teaching text and reference book. Paul Elliott is a Professor of Epidemiology and Public Health Medicine, Imperial College School of Medicine

In Spatial Epidemiology: Methods and Applications, P. Elliott, . Briggs, (eds), Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 205–20. Richardson, . Stucker, . and Hemon, D. (1987) Comparison of relative risks obtained in ecological and individual studies: some methodological considerations. 2004) Ecological inference for 2 x 2 tables (with discussion). To appear in Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series . oogle Scholar. 2000) Bayesian approaches to disease mapping. Spatial Epidemiology: Methods and Applications, P. Best, and D. Briggs (eds), Oxford University Press, pp. 104–27. 1999) Spatial dependence and errors-in-variables in environmental epidemiology.

Spatial Epidemiology. Methods and Applications. the overall text is easy to read, clear concise, serving well as both a teaching text and reference book. Peter G. Smith, Richard H. Morrow, and David A. Ross. Contagious Communities.

Spatial Epidemiology: Methods and Applications. Oxford University Press, ISBN 978-0-19-851532-6. Gruebner, Oliver; Khan, Md Mobarak H; Lautenbach, Sven; Müller, Daniel; Kraemer, Alexander; Lakes, Tobia; Hostert, Patrick (2011). A spatial epidemiological analysis of self-rated mental health in the slums of Dhaka". International Journal of Health Geographics.

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Keywords: Statistical methods; Spatial epidemiology; Cluster analysis; CAR; GIS methods. Spatial epidemiology is the study of the distribution of disease incidences and its relationship to potential risk factors. 67. Elliott P, Wakefield JC, Best NG, Briggs DJ. In: Spatial Epidemiology: Methods and Applications. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

This book gives an authoritative account of current practice and developments in the field of spatial epidemiology, concerned with geographical variationsin disease, with respect to environmental exposures at the small-area scale. The approach taken is wide-ranging,including, epidemiology, statistics, geography, demography and pollution modeling. This book makes an important contribution to the ongoing international debate on environment and health.