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The Epidemiology Monitor -  May 2017

This month The Epidemiology Monitor interviews George Kaplan, the co-editor of a new book on complex systems approaches to problems in population health.  We are also covering an NIH-AARP study on increased risk from red meat consumption along with a National Academies report that makes a strong case for US involvement in global health.

For researchers we've got great news about the availability of data from the Rochester Epidemiology Project and, as always, this month you'll find our Epi News Briefs along with Notes on People.  Finally, we have lots of interesting new job opportunities in our Marketplace.

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  Interview With George Kaplan---One Of Four Co-Editors Of A New Book on Complex Systems Approaches To Problems In Population Health
  Large NIH-AARP Diet and Health Study Finds Increased Risk Of Death For Red Meat Consumption
  National Academies Report Makes Strong Case For US Involvement In Global Health
  Rochester Epidemiology Project Data Now Available to Researchers Free of Charge
  Epi News Briefs
   
Checklist Intervention Program Decreases Post-Surgical Mortality Rates
Life Expectancy Found To Vary By More Than 20 Years Depending On Where You Live
Adult Vaccination Levels Against Multiple Diseases Remain Low In The US
New Method Said To Improve Outbreak Control
  Notes On People
  Marketplace starts on page 13 in this issue

 
 
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Monthly Newsletter INDIVIDUAL ARTICLES May 2017
To read the special March issue please click the links above

 

 

Interview With George Kaplan

                                           

 

Large NIH-AARP Diet and Health Study Finds Increased Risk Of Death For Red Meat Consumption
                                           


 

Natl Academies Report Makes Strong Case
 For US Involvement In Global Health


                                           

 

Rochester Epidemiology Project Data Now Available to Researchers Free of Charge

                                           


 


Epi News Briefs

                                            

 

Notes on People

                                                             


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