Veterinary Epidemiology, 1e (Practical Veterinarian)
- Publish Date: 2002-10-30
- Binding: Paperback
- Author: Margaret R. Slater DVM PhD
Part of the Practical Veterinarian series, this concise handbook will be useful from the classroom into veterinary practice. A quick-reference guide, the material in this handbook is presented in an outline format ideal for use in solving clinical problems. The easy-to-understand evidence-based coverage includes epidemiologic principles and application, zoonoses, outbreaks, population-level approaches, and more!
- Pocket-sized for go-anywhere, easy access.
- Information is at the reader's fingertips in an easy-to-use outline format.
- Clinically relevant zoonoses are logically presented by species and organ system.
- Following the clinical reasoning process, topics are organized by the types of decisions and questions that may arise in the clinical setting, helping users find appropriate answers quickly.
- Succinctly summarizes the use of evidence-based care specific to veterinary medicine, including searches and data studies.
- Offers easy-to-understand explanations of the mathematical and statistical concepts vital in practice.
- Includes a number of tables that summarize information at a glance.
- Serves as a take-along source to epidemiologic definitions and concepts on the national boards.