Epidemiologic measurement in population health outcomes
Analytic epidemiology can then be used to further investigate these identified associations by conducting more in-depth research into their cause and effect relationships. This type of study uses methods such as cohort and case-control studies which allow researchers to establish stronger evidence for their conclusions regarding the association between different variables. Analytic epidemiological studies are important for understanding not only what contributes to an outbreak or problem but also how it might be prevented in the future.
Both descriptive and analytic epidemiology can be utilized when addressing practice problems; descriptive studies provide insight into what is happening while analytic ones allow professionals examine root causes behind any particular issue thus allowing them develop effective solutions based upon solid evidence instead relying solely on hunches intuition order achieve desired results whatever situation presents itself before them ultimately helping promote better well-being overall no matter scope challenge may be.