15 Best Epidemiology Blogs and Websites
Here are 15 Best Epidemiology Blogs you should follow in 2023
1. Nature.com » Epidemiology
London, England, UK
Epidemiology is a field of medicine that studies the incidence, causes, and effects of diseases in populations, and patterns within these. Latest news and research from Nature.com on the topic of Epidemiology from Nature.com.
500.6K⋅ 2.5M ⋅7 posts / week Get Email Contact More
2. Medical.Net » Epidemiology
Medical News and articles you can trust from around the world. All content is written and reviewed by qualified health, medical and scientific experts. Latest Epidemiology News and Research by Medical.net.
260K⋅ 15.4K ⋅8 posts / week ⋅ Mar 2004 Get Email Contact More
3. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology
The Journal of Clinical Epidemiology aims at promoting the quality of clinical epidemiologic and patient-oriented health services research:Through the advancement and application of innovative methods of conducting and presenting primary research; synthesizing research results; disseminating and translating results into optimal clinical practice; with special attention to the training of new generations of scientists and clinical practice leaders.
Also in Epidemiology Journals
3.9K⋅ 8.7K ⋅7 posts / week Get Email Contact More
4. West Coast Stat Views (on Observational Epidemiology and more)
Los Angeles, California, US
Comments, observations and thoughts from two left coast bloggers on applied statistics, higher education, and epidemiology. Joseph is a new assistant professor. Mark is a marketing statistician and former math teacher.
218 ⋅4 posts / week ⋅ Mar 2009 Get Email Contact More
5. Epidemiology Journal
Epidemiology publishes original research from all fields of epidemiology. The journal also welcomes review articles and meta-analyses, novel hypotheses, descriptions, and applications of new methods, and discussions of research theory or public health policy. We give special consideration to papers from developing countries.
10.9K⋅ 10.9K ⋅5 posts / quarter Get Email Contact More
6. International Journal of Epidemiology
New York City, New York, US
The International Journal of Epidemiology is an essential requirement for anyone who needs to keep up to date with epidemiological advances and new developments throughout the world.
1.1M⋅ 110.8K ⋅1 post / quarter Get Email Contact More
Los Angeles, California, US
GIDEON Informatics helps health professionals and students diagnose diseases, learn and keep up to date with Infectious Diseases and Microbiology.
1.4K⋅ 1.5K ⋅ Jun 2002 Get Email Contact More
This is the blog/website of 'Epi Ren,' an epidemiologist who is currently a doctoral candidate at the Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health. My research interests have always been about infectious disease. However, I have lately gotten interested in applying communicable disease epidemiological methods to social problems.
3.1K ⋅1 post / year ⋅ Oct 2005 Get Email Contact More
9. International Journal of Epidemiology Blog
Bristol, England, UK
The official blog of the International Journal of Epidemiology. The IJE blog contextualizes and provides insight into epidemiological research related to the Journal's publication program. It aims to make the latest epidemiological discoveries accessible to an audience beyond the Journal's traditional readership, encourage debate, and help authors maximize the impact of their research.
1 post / year ⋅ Nov 2015 Get Email Contact More
The Nordic Society for Veterinary Epidemiology (NOSOVE) is an informal organization with the vision of advancing veterinary epidemiology.
327 ⋅ Nov 2001 Get Email Contact More
11. PLOS » Epidemiology
PLOS is a publisher and advocacy organization with a mission to accelerate progress in science and medicine by leading a transformation in research communication.
98.1K⋅ 160.9K ⋅ Nov 2012 Get Email Contact More
12. Mr Epidemiology
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Atif, an author and also have a Ph.D. in Epidemiology who lives at the intersection between research, science communication, operational decision making, and strategy.
2.8K ⋅ Jul 2011 Get Email Contact More
|Blogger Name||Blog Link||Total Blog Posts|
|René F. Najera, DrPH||epidemiological.net/category/blog||5|
|David Tovey, Peter Tugwell||jclinepi.com/current||3|
|Franco M. Impellizzeri, Alan McCall, Maarten van S||jclinepi.com/current||2|
|Kayvan Aflaki, Simone Vigod, Joel G. Ray||jclinepi.com/current||2|
|Miguel A. Hernán||jclinepi.com/current||2|
|Riaz Qureshi, Evan Mayo-Wilson, Thanitsara Rittiph||jclinepi.com/current||2|
|Yasushi Tsujimoto, Yusuke Tsutsumi, Yuki Kataoka,||jclinepi.com/current||2|
|A Antequera, E Stallings, RS Henry, J Lopez-Alcald||jclinepi.com/current||1|
|Adam J. Streeter, Lauren R. Rodgers, Fergus Hamilt||jclinepi.com/current||1|
|Adi Turjeman, Itamar Poran, Vered Daitch, Noam Tau||jclinepi.com/current||1|
|Ainsley Moore, Yin Wu, Linda Kwakkenbos, Kyle Silv||jclinepi.com/current||1|
|Aman K. Dheri, M. Ellen Kuenzig, David R. Mack, Sa||jclinepi.com/current||1|
|Ana Corina Miller, Dermot O'Reilly, Frank Kee, Sha||jclinepi.com/current||1|
|Anders Dreyer Frost, Asbjørn Hróbjartsson, Camilla||jclinepi.com/current||1|
|André Moser, Matti Reinikainen, Stephan M. Jakob,||jclinepi.com/current||1|
|Anita van Zwieten, Peter W.G. Tennant, Michelle Ke||jclinepi.com/current||1|
|Anjali D. Kumar, Danielle D. Durham, Lindsay Lane,||jclinepi.com/current||1|
|Anna Kearney, Anna Rosala-Hallas, Naomi Rainford,||jclinepi.com/current||1|
|Anouk Neven, Marissa C. van Maaren, Kay Schreuder,||jclinepi.com/current||1|
|Anthony Hauser, Fardo Goldstein, Martina L. Reichm||jclinepi.com/current||1|
|Antonia Tsvetanova, Matthew Sperrin, Niels Peek, I||jclinepi.com/current||1|
|Areti Angeliki Veroniki, Sofia Tsokani, Ridhi Agar||jclinepi.com/current||1|
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