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Who established that personal behavior and diseases are linked, and that body composition plays a factor?
Hippocrates
Who suggested a relationship between the occurrence of disease and the physical environment, seasons, climate and time?
Hippocrates
Who provided insights on the effects of the seasons of the year and of hot and cold winds?
Hippocrates
Who identified hot and cold diseases and hot and cold treatments?
Hippocrates
Who believed the properties of water should be examined?
Hippocrates
Who began using the mortality count?
John Graunt
Who began descriptive characteristics of birth and death data?
John Graunt
Who began quantitative/statistical analysis of population data.
John Graunt
Who began organization of mortality data?
John Graunt
Who discovered that scurvy was due to lack of vitamin c?
James Lind
Who used Black Box epidemiology?
James Lind
Who used "time, place, and person?"
James Lind
Who conducted two major epidemiological studies of cholera?
John Snow
Who came up with the 3 levels of fever?
What are the 3 levels of fever?
Snydenham; continued, intermittent, small pox
What are the 5 parts to epidemiological process?
1.) Observe the environment
2.) Record your observations
3.) Keep in mind "time, place, and person"
4.) Develop theory and methodology
5.) Write down your findings so others can follow
Who is responsible for the first major recording of vital statistics?
John Graunt
Who looked to people instead of the fomites and the food and water to identify the means of communication of typhoid fever?
George Soper
The aim of this study was to determine which of the many risks factors contribute most to cardiovascular disease?
The Framingham Heart Study
Who is considered the Father of Medicine?
Hippocrates
Who conducted experiments using causation and intervention?
James Lind
Who was the first to use infection control measures?
Semmelweis
Who indentified studied water borne diseases?
Robert Koch
___ and ___ put to rest the notion of spontaneous generation.
Robert Koch and Pasteur
Who identified tuberculosis and cholera?
Robert Koch
Who advanced the use of vitral statistics and organized and developed a modern vital statistics system?
William Farr
Who is considered the Father of Occupational Health?
Ramazzini
Who investigated and described work-related maladies?
Ramazzini
Who discovered lead poisoning?
Ramazzini
Berberi is due to lack of ___.
B Complex
Rickets is due to lack of ___.
vitamin D
Pellagra is due to lack of ___.
B Complex
___ helped advance the study of morbidity statistics.
Sydenstricker
Because of a report written by this person, boards of health and local public health departments were established.
Lemuel Shattuck
___ published the 1st report on sanitation and public health problems in Massachusetts.
Lemuel Shattuck
A study conducted by ___ showed that cigarette smokers had more lung cancer than nonsmokers.
Doll and Hill
Berberi and Pellagra are due to lack of ___.
B complex