Overview for Epidemiology For Field Veterinarians: An Introduction
Veterinary epidemiology deals with the investigation of diseases, productvity and animal welfare in populations. It is used to describe the frequency of disease occurrence and how disease, productivity and welfare are affected by the interaction of different factors of determinants. Animal health care is changing from a curative to a preventive type of approach. At the same time the consumer puts higher demands on the quality of products of animal origin and the quality of the production process. The latter refers for example to animal health and welfare. The control of (often multifactorial) diseases alone is no longer sufficient for safeguaeding both farmers' and consumers' interests, and neither is eradication of disease. The book fills an essential gap inside the literature of veterinary epidemiology, and it does so in an exceptionally powerful manner. it's far very realistic, and publications the reader thru each of the areas of epidemiology in a totally nicely prepared and sincerely structured way, imparting first a framework for know-how the subject, then taking the reader through the stairs required to use the method to a real international trouble.
P. Hyma (Author)
Dr. P.Hyma attained B.Pharmacy and M.Pharmacy from Osmania University and Mahila university respectively. Submitted PhD in Pharmaceutics from JNTU at Hyderabad, she has published 15 papers in national and international jounals, presented papes in various Conferences around India and delivered guest lectures in reputed university. She has been working in JNTU affiliated colleges since 9 yrs in various positions as assistant and associate professor, has worked as head of department of Pharmaceutics. She has guided many B.Pharm and M.Pharm students for projects. She is a Life Mamber of APTI. Presently working at SARC (Scientific & Applied Research Center)-Hyderabad as Research Head in Pharmaceutical Sciences.