Descriptive epidemiology, case rates, and their use.

Descriptive epidemiology, case rates, and their use.

Define epidemiology, and explain why case rates are important to epidemiologists.
2. Explain the differences between incidence rates and prevalence rates.
3. Define morbidity reporting and vital statistics.
4. Explain why one would use an age-adjusted rate.
5. What questions are descriptive studies designed to answer
6. What are the three ways the objectives of the National Health Survey Act of 1956 are
being fulfilled?