Epidemiologist

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British pronunciation/ˌɛpɪdˌɛmɪˈɒləd‍ʒˌɪst/
American pronunciation/ˌɛpəˌdiˌmiˈɑɫəˌdʒɪst/
Epidemiologist
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a professional who studies and analyzes the patterns, causes, and effects of diseases within populations to improve public health

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Who is an "epidemiologist"?

An epidemiologist is a public health professional who studies the patterns, causes, and effects of diseases and other health-related conditions in populations. These experts research the spread of diseases, identify risk factors and protective factors, and develop strategies to prevent and control outbreaks by collecting and analyzing data from various sources, such as surveillance systems, studies, and surveys. They also work with other healthcare professionals, policymakers, and community members to develop and apply methods to improve public health.

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Epidemiologists analyze data to identify patterns and causes of diseases.
Governments rely on the insights of epidemiologists to implement effective health policies.
If there's an outbreak, an epidemiologist investigates to understand and control it.
During a pandemic, epidemiologists play a key role in managing and preventing the spread of illness.
The epidemiologist studies how diseases spread and affect communities.
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