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2nd Workshop for Field Epidemiology Training Programme in the Western Pacific Region, Manila, Philippines, 29-30 November 2010 : report
World Health Organization. Regional Office for the Western Pacific ( 2010 )
Analyse des rapports trimestriels sur les opérations de surveillance (septembre 1961) / établi par P. Yekutiel, C. Göckel
Yekutiel, P; Göckel, C; World Health Organization. Division of Malaria Eradication ( 1961 )
The application of modelling to control strategies in lymphatic filariasis : report of a consultative meeting [Geneva, 14-16 February 1996]
UNDP/World Bank/WHO Special Programme for Research and Training in Tropical Diseases ( 1997 )
L' appréciation de la situation sanitaire dans le monde et de ses tendances de 1948 à 1988 / K. Uemura
Uemura, Kazuo ( 1989 )
Assessing the health consequences of major chemical incidents : epidemiological approaches
World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe; Working Group on Epidemiological Approaches to Assessment of Health Consequences of Accidents and Disasters (1995 : Bilthoven, Netherlands) ( 1997 )
Baseline report on global sexually transmitted infection surveillance 2012
World Health Organization ( 2013 )
Basic principles in the assessment of malaria eradication programmes in relation to other mass campaigns / by C. W. Göckel
Göckel, C. W; World Health Organization ( 1962 )
Biological components of human reproduction : studies of their variations in population groups, report of a WHO scientific group [meeting held in Geneva from 10 to 16 December 1968]
WHO Scientific Group on Biological Components of Human Reproduction; World Health Organization ( 1969 )
Cardiovascular survey methods / Russell V. Luepker ... [et al.]
Luepker, Russell V; Evans, Alun; McKeigue, Paul; Reddy, K. Srinath ( 2004 )
Cholera and other epidemic diarrhoeal disease control : technical cards on environmental sanitation / prepared by the Institute of Water and Sanitation Development, Harare, Zimbabwe
World Health Organization. Division of Emerging and other Communicable Diseases Surveillance and Control; Institute of Water and Sanitation Development (Zimbabwe) ( 1997 )
Comité d'experts de la Santé mentale : Huitième rapport (épidémiologie des troubles mentaux)
Conseil exécutif, 25 ( 1960 )
Comité D'Experts de la Santé Mentale: huitième rapport: épidémiologie des troubles mentaux
Conseil exécutif, 25 ( 1959 )
Comité de Expertos en Salud Mental : Octavo informe (Epidemiología de los trastornos mentales)
Consejo Ejecutivo, 25 ( 1960 )
Les composantes biologiques de la reproduction humaine : étude de leurs variations dans des groupes de population, rapport d' un groupe scientifique de l' OMS [réuni à Genève du 10 au 16 décembre 1968]
WHO Scientific Group on Biological Components of Human Reproduction; World Health Organization ( 1969 )
A Course in microcomputer use for epidemiologists : using version 5 of Epi Info / Andrew G. Dean
Dean, Andrew G; World Health Organization. Prevention of Environmental Pollution Unit; Global Environmental Epidemiology Network; Centers for Disease Control (U.S.) ( 1993 )
Decision-making in environmental health / Eugene Schwartz and Carlos Corval'an
Schwartz, Eugene; Corval'an, Carlos ( 1995 )
Directives pour la surveillance du VIH chez les malades tuberculeux
World Health Organization. Stop TB Dept; UNAIDS ( 2005 )
Disease mapping and risk assessment for public health decision-making : report on a WHO workshop, Rome, Italy 2-4 October 1997
World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe ( 1999 )

Spatially referenced epidemiological data and analytical methods recently developed for geographical studies are becoming increasingly common. Although in-depth investigations can be carried out, problems remain with interpretation and with evaluation of the implications. The Workshop aimed at clarifying the relevance of geographical studies and their role in informing public health decision-making. Several issues of interest were discussed, including the ability of geographical studies to assess the causality of observed associations; to estimate their magnitude, uncertainty and dose6response relationship; to evaluate whether effects apply to individuals or populations; to communicate the findings from geographical studies in epidemiology between specialists, decision-makers, the media and the public; and to assess the need and effectiveness of public health action or further investigation following sporadic disease outbreaks. The Workshop also covered analytical methods for disease mapping, cluster investigation, ecological analyses, studies of risk near point sources of environmental pollution, and surveillance. The available methodology was reviewed and some original methods were presented and discussed in special sessions, where examples of applications were given

District planning of primary health care : a short course in epidemiological and economic skills for the planning of primary health care services at district level in developing countries / prepared by F. G. R. Fowkes, A. L. Creese
Fowkes, F. G. R; Creese, Andrew L; World Health Organization. National Health Systems and Policies Unit ( 1988 )
The Effects of malnutrition on child mortality in developing countries / D. L. Pelletier ... [et al.]
Pelletier, David L; Frongillo, Edward A; Schroeder, D. G; Habicht, J. P ( 1995 )
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