Role of Epidemiology: A Treasure Map

Role of Epidemiology: A Treasure Map
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Visit the Epidemic Intelligence Service (EIS) website to learn more about the EIS, along with recent topics and profiles. This will help you expand your views of epidemiology and its role in a range of focus areas.
Review the following two articles:
Langmuir, A. D. (1980). The Epidemic Intelligence Service of the Center for Disease

Control. Public Health Reports (Washington, D.C.: 1974), 95(5), 470–477.

PMC 1422746. PMID 6106957.
Langmuir, A. D., & Andrews, J. M. (1952). Biological warfare defense. 2. The

Epidemic Intelligence Service of the Communicable Disease Center.

American Journal of Public Health and the Nation’s Health, 42(3), 235–238.

doi:10.2105/AJPH.42.3.235. PMC 1526024. PMID 14903237.
In a Microsoft Word document, list and describe ten epidemiologic concepts, roles, responsibilities, and activities of the EIS.
Cite any sources in APA format on a separate page.
The length of this document should be approximately 500–1000 words.

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