The study of thedistribution anddeterminants of health-related states orevents in specifiedpopulations and theapplication of thisstudy to control healthproblemsThe ability ofthe test tocorrectlyidentify thosewho have thediseaseAn action taken toprevent thedevelopment of adisease in a personwho is well and doesnot (yet) have thedisease in questionEtiology/cause of diseaseand its relevant risk factors,extent of the disease,natural history andprognosis of disease,existing and newlydeveloped preventive andtherapeutic measures andmodes of health caredelivery, developing publicpolicA common vehiclesuch ascontaminated airor a water supplyor by a vectorsuch as amosquitoHave thediseaseand testpositiveThe ability of thetest to correctlyidentify those whodo not have thediseaseSignificantmutations leadingto rearrangementof the genome thatleads to novelantigensPreventingcomplications inthose who havealready developedsigns and symptomsof an illness andhave been diagnosedThe intervalfrom receipt ofinfection to thetime of onset ofclinical illnessThe number of newcases of a diseasethat occur during aspecific period oftime in a populationat risk for developingthe diseaseAn individual whoharbors the organismbut is not infected asmeasured byserologic studies orshows no evidence ofclinical illnessThe ability todistinguishbetween whohas a diseaseand who doesnotA disease beingtransmitted fromperson to personby means of directcontactTheinteraction ofthe host, theagent, and theenvironmentThe resistance of agroup of people to anattack by a diseaseto which a largeproportion of themembers of thegroup are immuneDiseases that werepreviously controlledbut that have onceagain become asignificant publichealth problem for avariety of reasonsHave thediseasebut testnegativeThe occurrence in acommunity or region ofa group of illnesses ofsimilar nature, clearlyin excess of normalexpectancy andderived from acommon or apropagated sourceThe number ofpeople at risk inwhom a certainillness develops/ Total number ofpeople at riskTotal number ofdeaths from allcauses in 1 year/ number ofpersons in thepopulationThe number of affectedpersons present in thepopulation at a specificperiod of time dividedby the number ofpersons in thepopulation at that timeThe habitualpresence of adisease withina givengeographicareaInvolves identifyingpeople in whom adisease process hasalready begun butwho have not yetdeveloped clinicalsigns and symptomsof the illnessAworldwideepidemicThe study of thedistribution anddeterminants of health-related states orevents in specifiedpopulations and theapplication of thisstudy to control healthproblemsThe ability ofthe test tocorrectlyidentify thosewho have thediseaseAn action taken toprevent thedevelopment of adisease in a personwho is well and doesnot (yet) have thedisease in questionEtiology/cause of diseaseand its relevant risk factors,extent of the disease,natural history andprognosis of disease,existing and newlydeveloped preventive andtherapeutic measures andmodes of health caredelivery, developing publicpolicA common vehiclesuch ascontaminated airor a water supplyor by a vectorsuch as amosquitoHave thediseaseand testpositiveThe ability of thetest to correctlyidentify those whodo not have thediseaseSignificantmutations leadingto rearrangementof the genome thatleads to novelantigensPreventingcomplications inthose who havealready developedsigns and symptomsof an illness andhave been diagnosedThe intervalfrom receipt ofinfection to thetime of onset ofclinical illnessThe number of newcases of a diseasethat occur during aspecific period oftime in a populationat risk for developingthe diseaseAn individual whoharbors the organismbut is not infected asmeasured byserologic studies orshows no evidence ofclinical illnessThe ability todistinguishbetween whohas a diseaseand who doesnotA disease beingtransmitted fromperson to personby means of directcontactTheinteraction ofthe host, theagent, and theenvironmentThe resistance of agroup of people to anattack by a diseaseto which a largeproportion of themembers of thegroup are immuneDiseases that werepreviously controlledbut that have onceagain become asignificant publichealth problem for avariety of reasonsHave thediseasebut testnegativeThe occurrence in acommunity or region ofa group of illnesses ofsimilar nature, clearlyin excess of normalexpectancy andderived from acommon or apropagated sourceThe number ofpeople at risk inwhom a certainillness develops/ Total number ofpeople at riskTotal number ofdeaths from allcauses in 1 year/ number ofpersons in thepopulationThe number of affectedpersons present in thepopulation at a specificperiod of time dividedby the number ofpersons in thepopulation at that timeThe habitualpresence of adisease withina givengeographicareaInvolves identifyingpeople in whom adisease process hasalready begun butwho have not yetdeveloped clinicalsigns and symptomsof the illnessAworldwideepidemic

Epidemiology - Call List

(Print) Use this randomly generated list as your call list when playing the game. There is no need to say the BINGO column name. Place some kind of mark (like an X, a checkmark, a dot, tally mark, etc) on each cell as you announce it, to keep track. You can also cut out each item, place them in a bag and pull words from the bag.


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  1. The study of the distribution and determinants of health-related states or events in specified populations and the application of this study to control health problems
  2. The ability of the test to correctly identify those who have the disease
  3. An action taken to prevent the development of a disease in a person who is well and does not (yet) have the disease in question
  4. Etiology/cause of disease and its relevant risk factors, extent of the disease, natural history and prognosis of disease, existing and newly developed preventive and therapeutic measures and modes of health care delivery, developing public polic
  5. A common vehicle such as contaminated air or a water supply or by a vector such as a mosquito
  6. Have the disease and test positive
  7. The ability of the test to correctly identify those who do not have the disease
  8. Significant mutations leading to rearrangement of the genome that leads to novel antigens
  9. Preventing complications in those who have already developed signs and symptoms of an illness and have been diagnosed
  10. The interval from receipt of infection to the time of onset of clinical illness
  11. The number of new cases of a disease that occur during a specific period of time in a population at risk for developing the disease
  12. An individual who harbors the organism but is not infected as measured by serologic studies or shows no evidence of clinical illness
  13. The ability to distinguish between who has a disease and who does not
  14. A disease being transmitted from person to person by means of direct contact
  15. The interaction of the host, the agent, and the environment
  16. The resistance of a group of people to an attack by a disease to which a large proportion of the members of the group are immune
  17. Diseases that were previously controlled but that have once again become a significant public health problem for a variety of reasons
  18. Have the disease but test negative
  19. The occurrence in a community or region of a group of illnesses of similar nature, clearly in excess of normal expectancy and derived from a common or a propagated source
  20. The number of people at risk in whom a certain illness develops / Total number of people at risk
  21. Total number of deaths from all causes in 1 year / number of persons in the population
  22. The number of affected persons present in the population at a specific period of time divided by the number of persons in the population at that time
  23. The habitual presence of a disease within a given geographic area
  24. Involves identifying people in whom a disease process has already begun but who have not yet developed clinical signs and symptoms of the illness
  25. A worldwide epidemic