By Ron Brookmeyer, Mitchell H. Gail
AIDS has seemed in additional than one hundred thirty nations, and over 100,000 situations of AIDS were mentioned within the U.S. by myself. an increasing number of, the general public should be counting on statisticians to supply solutions in regards to the destiny process this epidemic.
This entire paintings confronts the issues which are distinctive to AIDS study and unites them less than a unmarried conceptual framework. It makes a speciality of tools for the layout and research of epidemiologic experiences, the average historical past of AIDS and the transmission of HIV, tools for monitoring and projecting the process the epidemic, and statistical matters in healing trials. a number of the tools of tracking and forecasting this ailment obtain complete remedy. those tools comprise back-calculation, which the authors built; interpretation of survey info on HIV occurrence; mathematical versions for HIV transmission; and techniques that mix sorts of epidemiological facts. a lot of this fabric -- similar to a dialogue of tools for assessing protection of the blood offer, an overview of survey techniques, and strategies to venture pediatric AIDS occurrence -- isn't to be had in the other paintings.
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AIDS Epidemiology: A Quantitative Approach (Monographs in Epidemiology and Biostatistics ; V 22) by Ron Brookmeyer, Mitchell H. Gail