Discuss and define the risk factor or exposure that is being assessed, the method of comparison that is used, and the setting

Discuss and define the risk factor or exposure that is being assessed, the method of comparison that is used, and the setting

Discuss and define the risk factor or exposure that is being assessed, the method of comparison that is used, and the setting 150 150 Nyagu

pub 540 Topic 7 DQ 1
pub 540 Topic 7 DQ 1

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Epidemiological methods are used in a variety of public health areas (including infectious disease, chronic disease, and social health) and settings (including the community, schools, and the workplace). Epidemiological methods are used to assess, describe, analyze, and make comparisons of populations to inform evidence-based practices, policies, and interventions. Propose a study based on the methods you have learned thus far designed to investigate an association within one of the public health areas listed (infectious disease, chronic disease, or social health) and the methods you would apply. Discuss and define the risk factor or exposure that is being assessed, the method of comparison that is used, and the setting or situation (community, school, workplace, etc.) your study would look to address. Consider the concepts of causal inference, measures of association, and study design. pub 540 Topic 7 DQ 1.