This compiled body of studies in General Field Epidemiology includes the matched case-control studies of disease prevention (outbreak investigation), surveillance data analysis of malaria to generate hypothesis for further study on plasmodium falciparum and vivax, surveillance system evaluation of malaria, typhoid fever and bacillary dysentery to improve the reporting system, health profile description of a county, disaster assessment of a county to take action, manuscript preparation for peer reviewed journals and research projects undertaken on cervical cancer using Health Belief Model.
This book and other studies in Field Epidemiology is crucial, particularly for undergraduate and postgraduate students as references.
Moreover, university and other communities can also use the material as a reference.
The activities were categorized into nine chapters.
Gemechu Chemeda Feyisa, MPH: Studied General Field Epidemiology at University of Mekelle.
Zonal Public Health Emergency Management officer at Asella: Oromia, Ethiopia.
He has studied on many areas including Cervical Cancer, Malaria, Typhoid fever, Bacillary dysentery and Vibrio Cholera prevention.
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