A practical handbook on the day to day practice of public health with a wide variety of topics ranging from appraising research evidence to improving personal effectiveness. Suitable for both new trainees and experienced practitioners.
A useful overview of outbreak investigation and control illustrated by examples and supported by several references for readers interested in learning more. There are no graphics (e.g. epidemic curves) and it is not intended as a ‘how-to’ guide.
NOTE: This is a suggested Public Health teaching resource; no soft copy has been supplied. Please contact your library or conduct a general web search online to obtain. You may also wish to contact the author or contributor directly.