What types of epidemiologists are there

Epidemiology and social epidemiology

Literature:

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Bolte, G., Bunge, C., Hornberg, C., Köckler, H. & Mielck, A. (2012). Environmental justice: Equal opportunities for the environment and health: Concepts, data and perspectives for action. Bern: Huber.
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Further sources:

Berkman, L. F., Kawachi, I. & Glymour, M. (2014). Social Epidemiology. 2nd edition, New York: Oxford University Press.
Bolte, G. (2018). Epidemiological methods and findings as a basis for urban planning and health-promoting urban development. In S. Baumgart, H. Köckler, A. Ritzinger & A. Rüdiger (eds.). Planning for health promoting cities (Pp. 118–134. Hanover: Research reports from the Academy for Spatial Research and Regional Planning (ARL) 08.
Bolte, G. (2016). Gender in epidemiology in the area of ​​tension between biomedicine and gender research. Conceptual approaches and methodological discussions. In C. Hornberg, A. Pauli & B. Wede (eds.). Medicine - Health - Gender: A Health Science Perspective (Pp. 103-124). Wiesbaden: Springer VS.
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Kreienbrock, L., Pigeot, I. & Ahrens, W. (2012). Epidemiological Methods. 5th edition, Stuttgart: Spectrum Academic Publishing House.
Krieger, N. (2011). Epidemiology and the people’s health. Theory and context. Oxford / New York: Oxford University Press.
Kuhn, J., Heißenhuber, A. & Wildner, M. (2014). Epidemiology and Health Reporting. Terms, methods, examples. A practical guide. Erlangen: Bavarian State Office for Health and Food Safety.
O'Campo, P. & Dunn J. R. (2012). Rethinking social epidemiology. Towards a science of change. Dordrecht, NL: Springer.
Szklo, M., Nieto, J. (2019). Epidemiology. Beyond the basics. Burlington, MA: Jones and Bartlett Publishers.

Internet addresses:

German Society for Epidemiology (the current version of the “Guidelines and Recommendations for Safeguarding Good Epidemiological Practice [GEP]” is also available on this website): www.dgepi.de
Robert Koch Institute: www.rki.de

References:

Health reporting, health promotion and migration background, health promotion and social disadvantage / health promotion and health equality, health communication and campaigns, social inequality and health / illness, social capital