Epidemiology - Areas

Areas

By physiology/disease:

  • Infectious disease epidemiology
  • Occupational Injury & Illness epidemiology
  • Cardiovascular disease epidemiology
  • Cancer epidemiology
  • Neuroepidemiology
  • Epidemiology of Aging
  • Oral/Dental epidemiology
  • Reproductive epidemiology
  • Obesity/diabetes epidemiology
  • Renal epidemiology
  • Intestinal epidemiology
  • Psychiatric epidemiology
  • Veterinary epidemiology
  • Epidemiology of zoonosis
  • Respiratory Epidemiology
  • Pediatric Epidemiology
  • Quantitative parasitology

By methodological approach:

  • Environmental epidemiology
  • Economic epidemiology
  • Clinical epidemiology
  • Conflict epidemiology
  • Cognitive epidemiology
  • Genetic epidemiology
  • Molecular epidemiology
  • Nutritional epidemiology
  • Social epidemiology
  • Lifecourse epidemiology
  • Epi methods development / Biostatistics
  • Meta-analysis
  • Spatial epidemiology
  • Tele-epidemiology
  • Biomarker epidemiology
  • Pharmacoepidemiology
  • Primary care epidemiology
  • Infection control and hospital epidemiology
  • Public Health practice epidemiology
  • Surveillance epidemiology (Clinical surveillance)
  • Disease Informatics

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Dari (Persian Dialect) - Geographical Distribution
... Moreover, many Pashtuns living in Tajik and Hazara concentrated areas also use Dari as a first language ... in the northern, western and central areas of Afghanistan, and is the common language spoken in cities such as Mazar-i-Sharif, Herat, Fayzabad, Panjshir, Bamiyan, and the Afghan ... Dari-speaking communities also exist in southwestern and eastern Pashtun-dominated areas such as in the cities of Ghazni, Farah, Zaranj, Lashkar Gah ...
Våler, Hedmark - History - Finnish Immigration
... king Gustav Vasa to settle in the unpopulated areas of Värmland and Solør, along the border between Norway and Sweden ... At that time the forests far from the settled areas were of little value, and therefore immigrants could settle in large numbers without coming into conflict with the locals ... the taxable income from the scarcely populated areas of western Sweden ...
Redlining
... to residents in particular, often racially determined, areas ... of marking a red line on a map to delineate the area where banks would not invest later the term was applied to discrimination against a particular group of people (us ... During the heyday of redlining, the areas most frequently discriminated against were black inner city neighborhoods ...
Hair - Social Role
... It can grow on most external areas of the human body, except on the palms of the hands and the soles of the feet (among other areas) ... Hair is most noticeable on most people in a small number of areas, which are also the ones that are most commonly trimmed, plucked, or shaved ...
Burma - Geography - Wildlife
... in lower Burma, cover over 49% of the country, including areas of acacia, bamboo, ironwood and michelia champaca ... coast support all varieties of tropical fruits and once had large areas of mangroves although much of the protective mangroves have disappeared ... For a list of protected areas, see List of protected areas of Burma ...

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