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For purposes of this FEMWIKI content on methods and principles in disease prevention and control, we will consider two specific aspects of communication; science communication (1) and health communication (2).
Science communication includes
Science communication can aim to generate support for scientific research or study, or to inform decision making, including political and ethical thinking.
Health communication is the study and practice of communicating promotional health information, such as in public health campaigns, health education, and between doctor and patient. The purpose of disseminating health information is to influence personal health choices by improving health literacy.
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Marion Muehlen posted on 9/29/2015 11:53:51 AM:there is an error/typo in table 5. The risk % in the reference group should be 20,0% and not 29,0%.
katrine borgen replied on 9/30/2015 2:25:54 PM: Table 8 is wrong: Column title "cases exposed" is erroneous, as the N include all cases, not only those who ate i.e. potato salad. Also the table title reads "Dummy table for food specific attack rates in a case-control study". In a case controls study you don't calculate attack rates.
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