1. Essential epidemiology: an introduction for students and health professionals - Penny Webb, Chris Bain, Andrew Page 2017

    Book Required

  2. Topic 1: Introduction: definition and history 2 items
    1. Essential epidemiology: an introduction for students and health professionals - Penny Webb, Chris Bain, Andrew Page 2017

      Book Required Read: Chapter 1. High Use copy held in Herston Health Sciences Library.

  3. Module 2: Measuring disease frequency 3 items
    1. Essential epidemiology: an introduction for students and health professionals - Penny Webb, Chris Bain, Andrew Page 2017

      Book Required Read: Chapters 2, 3 & 4. High Use copy held in Herston Health Sciences Library.

    2. Descriptive studies: what they can and cannot do - David A Grimes, Kenneth F Schulz 01/2002

      Article Recommended

    3. Cohort studies: marching towards outcomes - David A Grimes, Kenneth F Schulz 01/2002

      Article Recommended

  4. Module 3: Association 4 items
    1. Essential epidemiology: an introduction for students and health professionals - Penny Webb, Chris Bain, Andrew Page 2017

      Book Required Read Chapters 5. High Use copy held in Herston Health Sciences Library.

    2. Case-control studies: research in reverse - Kenneth F Schulz, David A Grimes 02/2002

      Article Recommended

    3. Compared to what? Finding controls for case-control studies - David A Grimes, Kenneth F Schulz 04/2005

      Article Recommended

    4. An overview of clinical research: the lay of the land - David A Grimes, Kenneth F Schulz 01/2002

      Article Recommended

  5. Module 4: Real world applications 7 items
    1. Essential epidemiology: an introduction for students and health professionals - Penny Webb, Chris Bain, Andrew Page 2017

      Book Required Read: Chapters 12, 13, 14 & 15. High Use copy held in Herston Health Sciences Library.

    2. Comparison of Three Cognitive Screening Tools in Older Urban and Regional Aboriginal Australians - Kylie Radford, Holly A. Mack, Brian Draper, Simon Chalkley 2015-4-14

      Article Required

  6. Module 5: Alternative explanations 7 items
    1. Essential epidemiology: an introduction for students and health professionals - Penny Webb, Chris Bain, Andrew Page 2017

      Book Required Read: Chapters 6, 7 & 8. High Use copy held in Herston Health Sciences Library.

    2. Bias - Miguel Delgado-Rodríguez, Javier Llorca 2004

      Article Recommended

    3. Sifting The Evidence: What's Wrong With Significance Tests? - Jonathan A. C. Sterne, George Davey Smith 2001

      Article Recommended

    4. Bias and causal associations in observational research - David A Grimes, Kenneth F Schulz 01/2002

      Article Recommended

  7. Module 6: Integration and interpretation 15 items
    1. Essential epidemiology: an introduction for students and health professionals - Penny Webb, Chris Bain, Andrew Page 2017

      Book Required Read: Chapters 9, 10 & 11. High Use copy held in Herston Health Sciences Library.

    2. Chiropractic Manipulation and Stroke: A Population-Based Case-Control Study - Deanna M. Rothwell, Susan J. Bondy, Ivan Williams May 2001

      Article Required

    3. STROBE Statement

      Website Recommended Strobe Statement and Checklist.

    4. CONSORT Website

      Website Recommended Consort Statement and Checklist.

    5. Systematic reviews and meta-analyses: An illustrated, step-by-step guide - Madhukar Pai, Michael McCulloch, Jennifer D. Gorman, Wayne Enanoria March/April 2004

      Article Recommended

    6. Evidence-Based Practice, Step by Step: Asking the Clinical Question - Susan B. Stillwell, Ellen Fineout-Overholt, Bernadette Mazurek Melnyk, Kathleen M. Williamson 03/2010

      Article Recommended

    7. How to Read a Systematic Review and Meta-analysis and Apply the Results to Patient Care - Mohammad Hassan Murad, Victor M. Montori, John P. A. Ioannidis, Roman Jaeschke 09/07/2014

      Article Recommended

    8. The EQUATOR Network : Enhancing the QUAlity and Transparency Of health Research

      Website Recommended Reporting guidelines for main study types (including systematic reviews).

    9. Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses (PRISMA) website

      Website Recommended Reporting guidelines for main study types (including systematic reviews).

    10. Causation and Causal Inference in Epidemiology - Kenneth J. Rothman, Sander Greenland 2005

      Article Required

    11. Causation in Epidemiology - M. Parascandola, D. L. Weed 2001

      Article Recommended

  8. Past Central Exam Papers 1 item
    1. Past Central Exam Papers

      Webpage  Follow the link and search for past exam papers by course code.