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Perinatal epidemiology for public health practice

Perinatal epidemiology for public health practice

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Published by Springer in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Newborn infants -- Diseases,
  • Pregnancy -- Complications,
  • Epidemiology,
  • Pregnancy Complications -- mortality,
  • Infant, Newborn, Diseases -- mortality,
  • Public Health

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementMelissa M. Adams ... [et al.].
    ContributionsAdams, Melissa Manners.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRJ254 .P474 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 303 p. :
    Number of Pages303
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23677144M
    ISBN 100387094385, 0387094393
    ISBN 109780387094380, 9780387094397
    LC Control Number2008938908

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Written by Melissa M. Adams, Greg R. Alexander, Russell S. Kirby, Martha S. Wingate, University of Alabama, Birmingham. Advances in medical science, public health, and health care interventions during the 20 th century have led to dramatic decreases in infant and maternal mortality.

Nonetheless disparities in infant and maternal health persist. Perinatal Epidemiology synthesizes perinatal knowledge through the lens of public health practice. This comprehensive text uses a consistent, logical format to offer readers: (1) A spectrum of topics affecting maternal and infant health: reproductive health concerns, maternal and infant morbidity and mortality, and gestation and fetal cturer: Springer.

Sever, PhD. This book benefited from the helpful work of Melissa Romaire and Suzanne Roseman, who identified references and data sources.

Sheree Boulet, DrPH supported some of the analyses. Students who attended the course “Perinatal Epidemiology” at the School of File Size: 1MB. Perinatal Epidemiology is a valuable, ready resource for public health professionals in maternal and child care, reproduction and fertility.

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Perinatal Epidemiology synthesizes perinatal knowledge through the lens of public health practice. This comprehensive text uses a consistent, logical format to offer readers: (1) A spectrum of topics affecting maternal and infant health: reproductive health concerns, maternal and infant morbidity and mortality, and gestation and fetal growth.

The only in-depth survey of perinatal epidemiology, this book reviews a number of currently active fields of research and areas of public health interest in the epidemiology of perinatal disorders and covers recent advances in research methodology. A thorough and timely look at a burgeoning field, this volume is an ideal textbook and a valuable reference for practitioners.

This text views perinatal knowledge through the lens of public health practice and covers a vast array of issues regarding maternal and infant health. Its format facilitates quick and easy reference for the student and practitioner alike.

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Type. Chapter. Book title. Perinatal Epidemiology for Public Health Practice. Publisher. Springer Verlag. Publication Date. 01/12/ Total pages. Together, descriptive and analytic epidemiology provide information for all stages of health planning, from the identification of problems and their causes to the design, funding and implementation of public health solutions and the evaluation of whether they really work and are cost-effective in practice.

Population growth and global health disparities for many reproductive and perinatal outcomes are but a few of the pressing issues facing public health today. Despite growing interest in the field, formal training in reproductive and perinatal epidemiology remains limited, with few available textbooks aimed at providing an overview of the field.

Perinatal Epidemiology synthesizes perinatal knowledge through the lens of public health practice. This comprehensive text uses a consistent, logical format to offer readers: (1) A spectrum of topics affecting maternal and infant health: reproductive health concerns, maternal and infant morbidity and mortality, and gestation and fetal : Springer US.

Professor of Epidemiology and Population Health. Senior Associate, Center for Bioethics. Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Children's Hospital at Montefiore. Bronx, New York. The first resource of its kind, this authoritative handbook holistically addresses the multidimensional aspects of Price: $ Perinatal Epidemiology for Public Health Practice | Advances in medical science, public health, and health care interventions during the 20th century have led to dramatic decreases in infant and maternal mortality.

Nonetheless disparities in infant and maternal health persist. Reproductive, Perinatal, and Pediatric Epidemiology This area focuses on the determinants of health and disease in reproduction and childhood development.

Reproductive topics include pubertal development, gynecologic disorders, female reproductive cancers, sexually transmitted infections, menstruation, menopause, female and male fertility, and.

The National Perinatal Epidemiology Unit (NPEU) is a multi-disciplinary research unit within the Nuffield Department of Population Health at Oxford is located in the Richard Doll Building on the Old Road Campus, in Headington, east Oxford, England. The unit's work involves randomized controlled trials, national surveillance programs and surveys and other research on maternal and.

Assistant Professor of Environmental Reproductive, Perinatal, and Pediatric Epidemiology Departments of Epidemiology and Environmental Health Director, Scientific Early Life Environmental Health & Development (SEED) Program [email protected] Epidemiology for Public Health Practice, Fifth Edition is an independent publication and has not been authorized, sponsored, or otherwise approved by the owners of the trademarks or service marks referenced in this product.

Some images in this book feature models. These models do not necessarily endorse, represent, orFile Size: KB. Lectures and analyses of research papers present reproductive health issues such as conception and infertility, contraception and hormone supplementation safety including effects on reproductive cancers, as well as perinatal issues such as complications of pregnancy, infections in pregnancy, maternal mortality, adverse pregnancy outcomes, and.Paediatric and Perinatal Epidemiology welcomes original research, brief reports, review articles (including systematic reviews and meta-analysis), letters to the editor, commentaries, and editorials (on invitation only), as well as papers describing the methods of large epidemiological studies or novel cohort or longitudinal study designs.Perinatal mortality is defined as the number of fetal deaths past 22 (or 28) completed weeks of pregnancy plus the number of deaths among live-born children up to 7 completed days of life, per total births (live births and stillbirths).

A joint interagency expert meeting on global indicators of sexual and reproductive health organized by WHO, UNICEF, and UNFPA in recommended.