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##### IMED2003 Study Guide - Final Guide: Normal Distribution, Standard Deviation, Confidence Interval Premium

IMED2003: Revision 52 Notes What can we tell from statistical distributions? SHAPE of the data Tells us the distribution LOCATION of the data Tells us the mean SPREAD of the data Tells us the standard deviation Important D...

Integrated Medical Sciences
IMED2003
Kellie Bennett
##### IMED2003 Study Guide - Final Guide: Null Hypothesis, Statistical Hypothesis Testing Premium

IMED2003: Revision 54 Notes Steps for hypothesis testing: 1. Form the hypothesis a. H0 = mean is b. H1 = mean is not 2. Collect the data a. Then, calculate the mean b. Calculate the standard error of the sample 3. Compare ...

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IMED2003
Kellie Bennett
##### IMED2003 Final: IMED2003 Revision 51 Notes Premium

IMED2003: Revision 51 Notes How do we plot data? EXAMPLE SITUATION Firstly, We consider a study comparing the effects of lifestyle modifications Eg. diet, exercise, etc TOGETHER with lifestyle modifications plus ramipril (...

Integrated Medical Sciences
IMED2003
Kellie Bennett
##### IMED2003 Final: IMED2003 Revision 55 Notes Premium

IMED2003: Revision 55 Notes What is hypothesis testing and its steps Hypothesis testing is: When statistics are used to determine what the probability of a given hypothesis is true 4 STEPS: STEP 1 FIRST: formulate H0 Null ...

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Kellie Bennett
##### IMED2003 Final: IMED2003 Revision 53 Notes Premium

IMED2003: Revision 53 Notes Confidence Intervals as a range: It is useful when we can create an interval where we are 90, 95 or 99 sure where the true value of the mean lies We can use normal distribution for this HOW? 1. ...

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Kellie Bennett
##### IMED2003 Final: IMED2003 Revision 49 Notes Premium

IMED2003: Revision 49 Notes Important Things to Note for BIOSTATISTICS: Be able to describe: And calculate and interpret basic descriptive statistics. And interpret basic descriptive plots including on boxplots. Issues ass...

Integrated Medical Sciences
IMED2003
Kellie Bennett
##### IMED2003 Final: IMED2003 Revision 46 Notes Premium

IMED2003: Revision 46 Notes What are the Factors Influencing Prevalence? Observation period!! How long is the period? Increase in new cases Is it true increase? Death Cure Causes it to decrease Prolonging life but no cure ...

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IMED2003
Kellie Bennett
##### IMED2003 Final: IMED2003 Revision 43 Notes Premium

IMED2003: Revision 43 Notes Important key things to note for Measuring Occurence of Disease Be able to understand what is being measures for disease frequency for and why it is being measured Be able to describe the concep...

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IMED2003
Kellie Bennett
##### IMED2003 Final: IMED2003 Revision 45 Notes Premium

find more resources at oneclass.com IMED2003: Revision 45 Notes Closed Populations Also called COHORTS ALWAYS start with a set number of people No inflow after the recruitment ...

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Kellie Bennett
##### IMED2003 Final: IMED2003 Revision 44 Notes Premium

find more resources at oneclass.com IMED2003: Revision 44 Notes Types of Measures for Occurence of Disease Count Only the numerator For example, number of cases of food poisoning ...

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Kellie Bennett
##### IMED2003 Final: IMED2003 Revision 48 Notes Premium

IMED2003: Revision 48 Notes Incidence: Useful To Note: Numerator New cases occurring during a given time period Denominator Number of person-years free of the disease of interest. Number of persons free of disease at basel...

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IMED2003
Kellie Bennett
##### IMED2003 Final: IMED2003 Revision 47 Notes Premium

IMED2003: Revision 47 Notes Cumulative Incidence: Definition: Proportion of new cases of a disease occurring in a fixed population during a specified period of time Important equation: CI = number of new casestotal populat...

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IMED2003
Kellie Bennett
##### NURS1000 Lecture 7: Week 7 Lecture-patient safety in healthcare

find more resources at oneclass.com Week 7 Lecture: patient safety in healthcare National Safety and quality health service (NSQH) standards: Standard 1: Governance of safety and quality in health service orga...

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sianna crochett
##### PHTY400 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Calcium Gluconate, Cruciferous Vegetables, Calcium Citrate Premium

A Progressive Disease Between 60 and 80 of an individuals susceptibility to osteoporosis links to genetic factors, while 20 to 40 remains lifestyle related. The early teens serve as the prime years to maximize bone mass. 1...

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Fran Moran
##### PHTY400 Lecture 5: Vitamins Premium

find more resources at oneclass.com KINDS OF VITAMINS Thirteen different vitamins have been isolated, analyzed, clas- sified, synthesized, and assigned RDAs. Vitamins classify as fat solublevitamins A, D, E, and Kor ...

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PHTY400
Fran Moran
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