The Case-Control Method : Design and Applications Hardback
Edited by Haroutune, M.D. (Professor of Epidemiology, Professor of Epidemiology, Johns Hopkins Bloom Armenian
Part of the Monographs in Epidemiology and Biostatistics series
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Over the past fifty years, the case-control method, and to a lesser extent its case-based variants, have become the most important tools for the investigator of health problems.
The case control method is the study of persons with the disease and a suitable control group of persons who do not have the disease.
The book helps readers address a number of general and specific questions dealing with the case-control and other case-based methods, including questions ofhow to design and implement a case-control study that minimizes biases, how to analyze the data to appropriately deal with confounding variables and help identify reactions, and how to interpret data and present the results from a case-control study.