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   Chapter DOI:10.5005/jp/books/10901_1      

It is mandatory for Health Inspectors to understand basic component and elementary concepts of applied Anatomy and Physiology before looking into the matter of responsibilities of the role of Health Inspectors in Health Organisations. Many systems in human body that are closely related to one another are described. Organs, Tissues and Cells are highlighted w... [More]

Chapter-02 Basic Concepts in Epidemiology by Tiwari Poornima, Tiwari Shashank (2009) Edition : 1/e

Coronary Heart Disease, Qualitative Data, Ratio, Proportion, Percentage, Incidence Rates, Prevalence Rate, Attack, Quantitative Data, Mean, Range, Standard Deviation, Biological Variation, Null Hypothesis, Variable, Blonde Hair, Hemophilia, Lung Carcinoma, Causative Association, Relative Risk, Coherence

Chapter-02 Concept of Health by Suryakantha AH (2009) Edition : 1/e

Aging of the population, Concept of health, Determinants of health, Emotional dimension, Environmental factors, Environmental indicators, Genetic (biological) factors, Health care delivery indicators, Health services, Human development index (hdi), Indicator of quality of life, Indicators of health, Indicators of social and mental health, Mental dimension, N... [More]

Chapter-02 Sociological Concept of Health and Disease by Prabhakara GN (2009) Edition : 1/e

Study of human beings and their groups are described. Disturbed family relations in health scenario are highlighted. Law and order for community health is detailed. Rights and duties which define institutions are enumerated. Social attitude for health outcome is detailed. Urban and Rural societies are differentiated in terms of health manpower, health proble... [More]

Chapter-03 Behavioural Science and its Importance by Prabhakara GN (2009) Edition : 1/e

Individual, Family and Society are influenced by human behaviour. Subjects under Behaviour Science are Sociology, Psychology, Human anthropology and Psychiatry. Psychological implications in health and disease are highlighted. Personality which is an adjustment of a person to his surrounding is detailed. Life cycle of human development under the stages of In... [More]

Chapter-03 Concept of Disease by Suryakantha AH (2009) Edition : 1/e

Agent factors, Concept of disease, Environmental factors, Epidemiological triad, Germ theory of disease, Host factors, Iceberg phenomenon of disease, Limitations of germ theory, Natural history of disease, Pathogenesis phase, Pre-pathogenesis phase, Risk factors, Theories of disease causation, Theory of multifactorial causation

Chapter-03 Measurements in Epidemiology by Tiwari Poornima, Tiwari Shashank (2009) Edition : 1/e

Morbidity, Post Polio Paralysis, Attack Rate, Mortality, Crude Death Rate, Standard Mortality Rate, Infant Mortality Rate, Neonatal Mortality Rate, Fatality Rate, Proportional Mortality Rate, Survival Rate, Standardised Rates, Standardized Mortality Ratio, Prevalence,

Chapter-04 Concept of Community Health by Prabhakara GN (2009) Edition : 1/e

Administrators, Para Medical staff, Social Scientists help in the development of community health. Dimensions in life which determine health are described. Physical quality life; following WHO definition of health is detailed. Spectrum of health which is the picture of all categories is described. Responsibilities for community health care is highlighted alo... [More]