Similarities and Differences between Influenza and COVID-19: WHO

Corona viruses are a large family of viruses, some causing illness in people and others that circulate among animals, including camels, cats and bats. Corona viruses are zoonotic viruses i.e. they are transmitted between animals and people. Corona virus disease is now commonly known as COVID-19. Most of us are usually confused with the similarities and […]

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Major Differences Between Epidemic & Endemics Diseases-Epidemiology Notes

Before looking at the differences between epidemic and endemic, let us look briefly about what epidemic, endemic, pandemic and sporadic mean. Epidemic: A disease is considered to be epidemic if the incidence of disease is higher than normally expected. Endemic: A disease is considered to be endemic if the disease is permanently prevalent in a particular area, […]

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Hypothesis Testing and Difference Between Type I and Type II Error-Public Health Notes

What is Hypothesis Testing? Hypothesis testing is a statistical test used to determine the relationship between two data sets, between two or more independent and dependent variables. Hypothesis testing is a scientific process to conclude whether to reject or not reject the null hypothesis. Hypothesis testing consists of four steps: 1. State hypothesis: a) State […]

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Some Major Differences Between Isolation and Quarantine:

                 Isolation                 Quarantine Isolation is the separation of infected persons with communicable disease from others in such places/conditions so as to prevent/limit transmission to those susceptible. Quarantine is the restriction of activities of apparently healthy persons who have been exposed to communicable disease during […]

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A Complete Note On Field Epidemiology-For BPH/MPH

Field epidemiology is practice or application of epidemiology to control and prevent health problems Act when problem is acute and unexpected and when quick action is required High levels of community concern Involvement of the press Political pressure Field epidemiology Field epidemiology involves the application of epidemiologic methods to unexpected health problems when a rapid […]

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Syllabus for Public Health Licensing Examination 2073 – Nepal Health Professional Council

1. Background The health sector has often been considered an entry point for overall development of the country. Nepal is one of the 189 countries committed to the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), universal health coverage and more recently Social Development Goal (SDG). In order to fulfill the goals of SDGs, the impetus created by the […]

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Differences Between Cross-sectional Study & Longitudinal Study

Although cross-sectional study and longitudinal study are both observational studies, there are multiple differences in their scope, methods, advantages and limitations. Here are the list of 21 major differences between cross-sectional study and longitudinal study. They are: S.N. Cross-sectional study Longitudinal study 1 Cross-sectional studies are carried out in one specific point of time Longitudinal studies […]

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Demography MCQs for Entrance Examination Of Master Of Public Health

Demography MCQs for Entrance Examination Of Master Of Public Health

Demography MCQs for entrance examination of Master of Public Health Most useful single measure of mortality is, a. Case fatality rate b. CDR c. ASDR d. Proportional Mortality rate Which of the following is the best indicator of health status of a community? Birth rate b. Infant mortality rate c. Crude death rate d. None […]

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Quick Revision Notes Of Vaccine & Cold Chain By Dr Bivek Jain

Quick Revision Notes On Vaccine & Cold Chain By Dr Bivek Jain

Pre-Ladder Revision Notes are one of the best health notes i.e. quick review in each topics. On this Topics Most Popular writer and reviser Dr. Bivek Jain Review on Vaccine and Cold Chain from Preventive & Social Medicine.  Read this one Down Here. Original Source : Pre-Ladder

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The K. Park Park's Textbook Of Preventive And Social Medicine 23rd Edition

The K. Park Park’s Textbook Of Preventive And Social Medicine 23rd Edition(Full PDF Book)

This is most popular book on Community medicine,Preventive Medicine As well as Social medicine. The book is updated, contextual and useful for the depth concept on public health related most issues i.e around the globe. This book is mostly referred by almost Bachelor and PCL level Nationally and Internationally. This is more fruitful for all […]

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Purbanchal University, Morang, Nepal

Entrance Exam Notice For PBN, B.Sc Nursing BPH and B. Pharma In Purbanchal University

The BPH program aims to prepare professional public health specialists with the highest technical and managerial competence in district level health programs, including problem identification, planning, implementing, training, health education, and research.

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Eola Virus

Detail Notes On Ebola Virus(Structure,Epidemiology,Pathogenesis, Transmission…Many More)

The Ebola virusenters the host through basic entry paths. It can enter through mucous membranes, broken skin, or by parental transmission.  It is capable of binding to these membranes of essentially every human cell.

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Details About Pills(COCS)

Combined Oral Contraceptives Pills • COCs are packaged with either 21 or 28 pills per pack. The 21-pill pack contains only active pills and requires women to take a seven-day break between packs. The 28-pill pack contains 21 active pills and seven inactive or hormone-free pills. These inactive pills are included to minimize the risk […]

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