Best Reference Books – Community Medicine and Environmental Health Science

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Community Medicine and Environmental Health Science subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Community Medicine and Environmental Health Science along with reviews.

Kindly note that we have put a lot of effort into researching the best books on Community Medicine and Environmental Health Science subject and came out with a recommended list of top 10 best books. The table below contains the Name of these best books, their authors, publishers and an unbiased review of books on "Community Medicine and Environmental Health Science" as well as links to the Amazon website to directly purchase these books. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases, but this does not impact our reviews, comparisons, and listing of these top books; the table serves as a ready reckoner list of these best books.

1. “Exam Preparatory Manual For Undergraduates Community Medicine (PSM)” by Jain Vivek

“Exam Preparatory Manual For Undergraduates Community Medicine (PSM)” Book Review: The book is designed for students who are preparing for an entrance exam in medicine and want to pursue graduation in the same. The book is divided into 3 parts , the annexures , the theory explanation and the practical examination. The theory examination consists of the concept of public health and its effects. It also includes vaccines, immunization and cold chain. The book also includes concepts in screening of disease. It covers family planning, nutritional diet, environment and health, social sciences, international health, biostatistics, health care and health planning and various national health programs. The book includes practicals and case studies like spots exercise, clinico social cases and visits to public health sectors etc. the book also explains communicable and non-communicable diseases too.

2. “Community Medicine With Recent Advances” by Suryakantha Ah

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“Community Medicine With Recent Advances” Book Review: The book is designed for individuals who want to research on community medicines with recent advances. It covers all topics like Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, Biomedical Waste Management Rules – 2016, ICMR Recommended Daily Allowances of the Nutrients, Global Vaccine Action Plan, National Operational Guidelines on Introduction of Measles – Rubella Vaccine, Global Health Sector Strategy on Viral Hepatitis and much more. The book includes Integrated Management of Neonatal and Childhood Illness and Internet and Health too. The book also focuses on easy-to-reproduce flowcharts, tables, life cycles of parasites, treatment algorithms, well-drawn figures, concept maps, graphs. The book also covers distribution of diseases has been depicted in the world and Indian Maps. The book is suitable for public health professionals and policy makers.

3. “Community Medicine: Prep Manual for Undergraduates” by Rajvir Bhalwar

“Community Medicine: Prep Manual for Undergraduates” Book Review: The book is designed for students who are preparing for an entrance exam in medicine and want to pursue graduation in the same. The book aims to strengthen both the aspects of undergoing the examination successfully and to understand the basics of the subject. The book covers the MBBS syllabus and consists of 29 chapters. It also includes sociology and health education in india. The book also covers biological terms like tuberculosis and leprosy, entomology and non communicable diseases. The book also includes topics like Demography, Contraceptive Practices, Geriatrics, Genetics and focuses on nutrition. The book also includes practical solutions to medical problems.

4. “MCQs in Community Medicine (PGMEE)” by Ranganath TS

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“MCQs in Community Medicine (PGMEE)” Book Review: The book contains MCQs for all students pursuing graduation in MBBs and preparing for entrance exam in medicine. The book contains the main subjects of community medicine like nutrition, psychology, sociology etc. The book contains the contents and is arranged for the convenience of the reader. The book also focuses on easy-to-reproduce flowcharts, tables, life cycles of parasites, treatment algorithms, well-drawn figures, concept maps, graphs. It includes assessment and quiz tests based on these topics for better understanding.

5. “Community Medicine Solved Question Papers (with PG Entrance Points)” by YATIRAJ SINGI

“Community Medicine Solved Question Papers (with PG Entrance Points)” Book Review: The book includes solved question papers of the previous years for better understanding. The book also contains sample, model question papers to enhance learning experience in medicine. The book is suitable for students pursuing medicine and are preparing for an entrance examination in medicine. The book contains topics of social medine , nutrition, respiration and different biological topics included in the paper. The book includes 70 question papers that are solved. It also Includes figures that are essential and sufficient for the question. Questions are solved in order to avoid confusion during revision. The book is also suitable for post graduate students in medicine.

6. “Sensor Technologies: Healthcare, Wellness and Environmental Applications (Expert’s Voice in Networked Technologies)” by Michael J McGrath and Cliodhna Ni Scanaill

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“Sensor Technologies: Healthcare, Wellness and Environmental Applications (Expert’s Voice in Networked Technologies)” Book Review: The book bridges the gap between technology and medicine. It describes how sensor technologies are created in healthcare, wellness and environmental applications. It describes how the technology has blended with medicine and includes all surgical instruments and operational instruments. It discusses the social, regulatory, and design considerations specific to these domains. It also includes the fundamentals from an engineering perspective, introducing how the data gleaned can be both processed and visualized in the direct output. The book guides the reader from the formulation of the research question, through the design and validation process, to the deployment and management phase of sensor applications.The book is suitable for an engineer to improve the knowledge on sensors in various applications.

7. “Environmental Health: From Global to Local (Public Health/Environmental Health)” by Howard Frumkin

“Environmental Health: From Global to Local (Public Health/Environmental Health)” Book Review: The book explains environmental health, its effects causes and how to overcome and reduce it. The book is suitable for students who are pursuing education in environment science and health related issues. The book contains public health, environmental health, preventive medicine, community health, and environmental studies. The book starts with introduction to environment related problems and sustainability and health problems. It also includes occupational entomology and geospatial data for environmental health issues. The book also describes genes, genomics and exposure to industrial hygiene. The book also includes psychology and health ethics. The book also explains pest controls and pesticides.

8. “Statistical Methods for Environmental Epidemiology with R: A Case Study in Air Pollution and Health (Use R!)” by Roger D Peng and Francesca Dominici

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“Statistical Methods for Environmental Epidemiology with R: A Case Study in Air Pollution and Health (Use R!)” Book Review: The book contains an area of statistical application, environmental epidemiology and more specifically, the estimation of health risk associated with the exposure to – environmental agents, has led to the development of several statistical methods and software. New technologies and the widespread availability of powerful computing are also included in the book. The book describes the experiences developing and applying statistical methods for the estimation for air pollution health effects. The methods described in the book are applicable to other areas of environmental epidemiology, particularly those areas involving spatial terminologies. The signal-to-noise ratio in the data is low and the targets of inference are also covered in the book.The Book is suitable for individuals interested in data analysis and tools for exploring.

9. “Electron Microscopy in Forensic, Occupational, and Environmental Health Sciences” by James R Millette and Samarendra Basu

“Electron Microscopy in Forensic, Occupational, and Environmental Health Sciences” Book Review: The book includes Forensic, Occupational and Environmental Health Sciences are identification sciences dealing with criminal and delicate societal problems for which scanning electron microscopy (SEM) with energy dispersive x-rays (EDAX) and analytical transmission electron microscopy (TEM) are providing increasingly definitive solutions. The book is suitable for students generating reports in forensic and Environmental sciences. The book includes asbestos measurements in workspace, comparison of particle size distribution of alpha quartz and particle contents of lungs. The book also covers microanalysis of airborne lead particles cells and liver tissues preparation in urban distribution.

10. “Endocrine Disrupters: Environmental Health and Policies (Environmental Science and Technology Library)” by Polyxeni Nicolopoulou-Stamati and Luc Hens

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“Endocrine Disrupters: Environmental Health and Policies (Environmental Science and Technology Library)” Book Review: The book is suitable for a multidisciplinary readership, including: decision makers, medical doctors, environmental experts, post/and undergraduate students, lawyers, engineers, and journalists.The book contains the proceedings of a workshop held at the International Hippocrates Foundation on Kos Island, Greece, in September 1999. The workshop was part of the activities of the ASPIS project, which aims at raising awareness of environmental health impacts among multidisciplinary groups. It includes the endocrine disruptors and explains environmental health and related issues. It includes issues of WHO, the EU, etc.

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