Epidemiology Unmasked: An Introduction to Epidemiology in Public Health

Epidemiology Unmasked: An Introduction to Epidemiology in Public Health


This introductory epidemiology book provides an elementary approach to understanding infectious disease outbreaks. This book is perfect for anyone with an ambition to learn about health-related concepts and take on an intellectual challenge, including those with little to no background in public health. The book aims to spread awareness about epidemiology so that people can understand the impact of their actions and act responsibly in the future, as well as make the general population more prepared for the next public health crisis. This book provides a friendly introduction to topics such as infectious diseases, epidemiological study designs, and a step-by-step breakdown of the COVID-19 pandemic.


    The book is available in paperback and ebook form.


    Publication Date: 6/28/2020

    Language: English

    ISBN: 9781716792328

    Category: Medicine & Science

    Copyright: All Rights Reserved - Standard Copyright License

    Contributors: By (author): Stephanie Wang

    Pages: 116

    Binding: Paperback

    Interior Color: Standard Color

    Dimensions: US Letter (8.5 x 11 in / 216 x 279 mm)

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    "Stephanie, great job on this book. I enjoyed reading it and I see you did lots of research into it and you were right to the point. It reads very nicely and clearly. You are set to become a successful epidemiologist!!"

    - Dr. Roy Chemaly, MD, Director of Infection Control, MD Anderson Cancer Center; Professor of Epidemiology, University of Texas School of Public Health


    "Brilliantly written, very easy to read, and a fun book for everybody! Extremely thought-provoking and interesting."

    - Professor Zhaoming He, Texas Tech University