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U OF GPOPM 3240UnknownFall

POPM 3240 Lecture Notes - Simple Random Sample, Sampling Frame, Relative Risk

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Epidemiology review/jeopardy: this is a list of all the sampling units in a population. Sampling frame: this sample is one where all subjects have an e
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U OF GPOPM 3240Cathy BaumanFall

POPM 3240 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Immunosuppression, Selection Bias, Relative Risk

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Read the introduction to section 2 "using epidemiology to identify the causes of disease" in the textbook. But first, let"s look at the big picture; fi
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U OF GPOPM 3240Matthew LittleFall

POPM 3240 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Cohort Study, Rare Disease, Observational Study

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Observational study observation in natural environment, do not actually intervene or change a(cid:374)(cid:455)thi(cid:374)g that is goi(cid:374)g o(ci
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U OF GPOPM 3240Matthew LittleFall

POPM 3240 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Type I And Type Ii Errors, Tuberculin, Biomarker

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Tests any assessment of decision, including critical examination, observation, or evaluation: use tests to determine the health and disease outcomes, b
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U OF GPOPM 3240Cathy BaumanFall

POPM 3240 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Net Present Value, Multimodal Distribution, Pregnancy Test

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Discuss the use of and approach to screening and diagnostic tests in healthcare and public health. Explain and calculate epidemiological measures sensi
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U OF GPOPM 3240Cathy BaumanFall

POPM 3240 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Causal Inference, Confounding, Reporting Bias

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Identify and discuss the potential effects of common biases observed in epidemiological research including: Define and discuss disease causation, stati
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U OF GPOPM 3240Cathy BaumanFall

POPM 3240 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Simple Random Sample, Confidence Interval, Confounding

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Identify and describe different sampling approaches and methods for obtaining a sample from a population. Describe the factors that must be considered
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U OF GPOPM 3240Cathy BaumanFall

POPM 3240 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Case Fatality Rate, Cumulative Incidence, Cohort Study

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Unit 4 measures of association & disease frequency. Identify, define and understand the strengths and weaknesses of various ways to measure disease and
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U OF GPOPM 3240Cathy BaumanFall

POPM 3240 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Five Ws, Skill, Absenteeism

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U OF GPOPM 3240Cathy BaumanFall

POPM 3240 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: The Hospital For Sick Children, Sexually Transmitted Infection, West African Ebola Virus Epidemic

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The theory and practice of epidemiology has drastically changed over the last century. More importantly, this evolution has seen integration of concept
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U OF GPOPM 3240Cathy BaumanFall

POPM 3240 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Sampling Frame, Serology, Tylenol (Brand)

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This unit focuses on how epidemiologists investigate whether one intervention (e. g. , treatment, vaccine, etc. ) is better, or more efficacious, than
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U OF GPOPM 3240Cathy BaumanFall

POPM 3240 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Nonprobability Sampling, Sampling Frame, Cluster Sampling

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Inclusion criteria: set of characteristics a potential study subject must have in order to be included in the study ! Exclusion criteria: set of charac
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