Just Epidemiology by earthstuck


									Just Epidemiology
Epidemiology is the branch of a study about how often the disease experienced by a group of different people and find out how it happened. Science is useful for information to plan and evaluate strategies that have been made, giving petujuk health workers to follow up the patient's progress. As with the science of pathology, epidemiology branch of science is an integral and a description of a typical treatment. Many of the data and interpretations that must be prepared so that all the information pengoleksian can produce conclusions about a disease that is monitored. A. Terminology Epidemiology: Epidemiology comes from the Greek, namely: Epi = related Demos = people, local Logos = science So epidemiology is the study of behavior in society. B. History of Epidemiology Epidemiology has developed rapidly since the days of ancient Greece. This science is very big influence on people's behavior to achieve social goals-humanism. Stage-Stage epidemiology is as follows: 1. Hippocrates, (circa 400 BCE): On Airs, Waters, and Places. 2. John Graunt (1620-1674): Natural and Political Observations on the Bills of Mortality 3. James Lind (1716-1794): A Treatise of the Scurvy in Three Parts 4. William Farr: Campaigning STATISTICIAN 5. John Snow: On the Mode and Communication of Cholera 6. Golderberger Joseph (1874-1929) From the whole of the epidemiologist, John Snow is considered the Father of Modern Epidemiology. C. Influential philosophers of the development of epidemiology: 1. Francis Bacon (1561-1704) 2. John Locke (1632-1704) 3. George Berkeley (1685-1753) 4. David Hume (1711-1776) 5. John Stuart Mill (1806-1873)

6. Karl Popper (1902-1992) 7. John Tukey (1915-2000) E. Important things in Epidemiology: 1. The recorded population health An area that residents will take their health data should be clear. Is someone sick or not, medical history in a certain period, jeis sex, all data must be complete. 2. Study Population A health officer must learn the characteristics will be taken public health data. Culture eat, what activities are often carried out, searching eyes, bad habits, ecosystems where communities grow, and so forth. 3. Observation (study sample) It's not taken the overall population data. This is because the time and cost issues that do not allow the person examined. Thus the observation made by taking a sample of some of the people who are supposed to represent the public health. F. Sciences related to Epidemiology: 1. Biology 2. Sociology 3. Philosophy 4. Statistics 5. Biostatistika 6. Microbiology 7. Immunology 8. Chemistry 9. Pediastric and Geriatric

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