New Text by Eyler Focuses on Public Health Research Skills

New Text by Eyler Focuses on Public Health Research Skills
“After teaching our Research Methods course for ten years without an adequate public health-focused textbook, I decided to write one,” said Amy Eyler, associate professor at the Brown School and co-director of the Prevention Research Center. The textbook, Research Methods for Public Health (Springer, 2020), fills a gap in methods texts to focus on skills that are particularly needed for graduate students in public health in areas such as epidemiology and biostatistics. Learn more about all our Brown School authors:

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