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Mathematics for Public and Occupational Health ProfessionalsRyerson Author

Edited by: Ian Young, Ryerson University

This textbook was created to support the study of key mathematical concepts and skills among future occupational and public health professionals. Specifically, it contains material adapted from multiple existing resources on college- and university-level mathematics.

The material is designed for first-year undergraduate occupational and public health students with different backgrounds in mathematics. The material is intended to prepare students for more advanced quantitative courses in biostatistics, epidemiology, and risk assessment, among others.

This text is used in POH103 “Data Management” at Ryerson University.

Attribution:  Mathematics for Public and Occupational Health Professionals edited by Ian Young is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike 4.0 International License.

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