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Clinical epidemiology

Clinical epidemiology is a subfield of epidemiology specifically focused on issues relevant to clinical medicine. The term was first introduced by John R. Paul in his presidential address to the American Society for Clinical Investigation in 1938. It is sometimes referred to as "the basic science of clinical medicine".

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Total Publications
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13,100
Prior Five Years
3,127
Total Citations
Lifetime
545,551
Prior Five Years
38,747
Total Scholars
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24,530
Prior Five Years
20,076

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