Pursuing Research in Public Health & Epidemiology: Research topics and Latest trends – 2018-2020

Pursuing Research in Public Health & Epidemiology: Research topics and Latest trends – 2018-2020

The emergence of public health challenges poses a major problem for the Government and the economy. Here are some topics for your research.

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  • Study on obesity in children and senior citizens.
  • Reversing the resistance to antibiotics.
  • Using imaging techniques to better treat lung cancer.
  • Improving the performance of medical emergency systems.
  • Kidney diseases and the impact on student absenteeism.
  • HIV risk and gender-based violence.
  • Studying GPS data to see patterns in demographic predictors of the environment.
  • Treating alcoholic addictions and disorders.
  • How senior citizens are abusing alcohol.
  • Nutritional education for backward communities.
  • A study on the community’s diet, obesity, and diabetes.
  • How to deal with underweight born infants.
  • Studying HIV data over the past ten years in a community.
  • Breast cancer’s overdiagnosis, and screening mammography.
  • Leveraging mathematical models to evaluate the effect of vaccination programs.
  • Proactive diagnosis of cancer in the pancreas.
  • An 11-year analysis of mortality data in India.
  • Using sport to develop the youth of disadvantaged communities.
  • Fostering physical exercises in culturally constrained nations.
  • Mental dysfunction: what rights do people have?
  • Obstacles to quick access to defibrillation in-hospital cardiac arrests
  • Studying health risks across various neighbourhoods.
  • Combatting violence against children and women.
  • Optimizing ovarian cancer treatments.
  • The career path for aboriginal healthcare professionals.
  • Study on food, environment, and nutrition at a household level.
  • Health and cognitive function. Is there a connection?
  • Infections from recreational water sports and water games.
  • Studying crime in various ethnic and racial communities.
  • Randomized control trial among HIV-infected women in the community.
  • Fighting bacterial infection with a better understanding of bacteria’s role in controlling inflammation.
  • Using technologies for detecting of non-communicable and communicable diseases.
  • Computational methods and modelling infectious diseases.
  • Effect of air pollution on mortality rates.
  • The connection between sleep apnea and cancer in senior citizens.
  • How diarrhoea is killing poor children in India.
  • Improved strategies to deal with aids in high-risk communities.
  • A study on female commercial sex workers in a particular area.
  • Prediabetes in children: What Does It Mean?
  • How effective is home-based STD testing among women?
  • Respiratory infections and air pollution. What is the association?
  • Study of high-risk kids in the emergency ward.
  • Diabetes treatment and hypertension in women with breast cancer.
  • Studying bladder injuries after vehicle accidents.
  • Diagnosis and management of patellofemoral syndrome.
  • Free Clinic Movement: America's Best-Kept Healthcare Secret
  • The Resurgence of Measles: Guidance for Clinicians.
  • Solving healthcare workers shortage crisis.
  • Risky behavior of sexting among youth.
  • Analyzing the disastrous effects of H1N1 Influenza.
  • Reducing infectious diseases from unsafe water.
  • Tackling the Nation's Drug Problem
  • Introduction to social media for healthcare professionals
  • Ageing adults and the impact of vitamin D.
  • Over-the-Counter medical misuse and teen prescription
  • Clinical cases amidst the LGBTQ youth.
  • Study of AIDS and HIV over the past ten years.
  • A Tough One to Chew On: Smokeless Tobacco and Teen
  • An ageing population and their cognitive health.
  • Social determinants of asthma in Indian children.
  • Brain injuries and their headaches.
  • Prevalence and risk factors for syphilis and hepatitis B in the community.
  • Protecting public health during disasters
  • The maternal health task team: An Interview with Ann K. Blanc, PhD
  • Ebola crises and pregnant women.
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