Principles of Communicable Diseases Epidemiology. Objectives. Definition of epidemiology The epidemiologic triad Definition of communicable diseases Importance of studying communicable diseases epidemiology Terminology Dynamics of disease transmission (chain of infection):
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Epidemiology is the study of the distribution and determinants of health-related states and events in populations, and the application of this study to control health problems (Last, 1983).
Incidence and prevalence of infectious diseases
Zoonosis, epizootic and enzootic
EliminationTerminology and Definitions
Source or Reservoir
Modes of transmission
Contact with soil
Inoculation into skin or mucosa
and fingers(II): Modes of transmission
TPR is a measure of risk transmission from infected to susceptible individuals during a contact.
TPR of differing types of contacts, infectious agents, infection routes and strains can be calculated.
There are 4 types of transmission probabilities.