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Veterinary Clinical Epidemiology: From Patient to Population

Ronald D. Smith, 1138392421, 9781138392427, 978-1138392427

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English | 2020 | PDF

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Ideal for veterinary students, residents and clinicians, the fourth  edition of this bestselling textbook has been fully updated in line with  developments in research and teaching. The logical chapter progression  reflects the stages in a clinical case work-up and how epidemiological  concepts and methods contribute. This new edition

provides  guidelines for improving patient and population health outcomes, and  detecting emerging diseases through systematic evaluation of patient  encounters and electronic medical records

incorporates new methodologies and concepts drawn from the recent veterinary practice literature

updates  chapter content including expanded coverage of risk, statistical and  economic analyses, and surveillance for emerging diseases

more  than 60 examples of clinical research drawn from the international  veterinary practice literature presented as structured abstracts;  follow-up questions invite the reader to participate in the analysis of  results

online links to full text versions of more than  half of structured abstracts and more than 40% of the book's 174  literature citations

Today's  veterinary curricula places greater emphasis on  experiential/problem-based learning versus discipline-oriented  instruction. This fourth edition is ideally suited to introduce  epidemiologic concepts and methodologies to veterinary students in the  context of the patient encounter, and should be of use at any point in  the veterinary curriculum.