med 106- research methods and essential medical statistics

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1. TYPES OF VARIABLES
1 what kind data can we say in th...,
2 what kind of data can we see in...,
3 provide labels for number 1 3
35  cards
2. MEASURES OF CENTRAL TENDENCY
1 what is the mode,
2 what is the median,
3 what is the mean also known as
27  cards
3. FREQUENCY DISTRIBUTIONS
1 what do we look at when describ...,
2 what 3 characteristics do we de...,
3 what kind of distribution is this
30  cards
4. MEASURES OF FREQUENCY
1 fill in the descriptions for th...,
2 what are measures of disease fr...,
3 how are measures of disease fre...
39  cards
5. MEASURES OF ASSOCIATION
1 which kind of variables can we ...,
2 define exposure,
3
29  cards
6. RELATIVE RISK INTERPRETATION
1 how do we interpret the risk ra...,
2 what do we refer to when interp...,
3 in which three ways is relative...
8  cards
7. THE ODDS RATIO
1 fill in the labels for the spac...,
2 fill in the labels for the spac...,
3 fill in the labels for the spac...
19  cards
8. MEAN DIFFERENCE
1 in which situations is the mean...,
2 fill in the labels for the bloc...,
3 fill in the labels for the bloc...
18  cards
9. CORRELATION
1 what measure of association do ...,
2 what is the benefit of using a ...,
3 what determines the accuracy of...
34  cards
10. REGRESSION
1 what is linear regression,
2 what does linear regression assess,
3 what does linear regression go ...
15  cards
11. BIOMEDICAL DISCOVERIES
1 who is hippocrates,
2 name the 3 articles hippocrates...,
3 what did hippocrates do
22  cards
12. SAMPLING, RANDOM ERRORS AND CONFIDENCE INTERVALS
1 what is statistical inference,
2 what is a sample,
3 provide a brief definition of t...
38  cards
13. STATISTICAL HYPOTHESIS TESTING
1 what two aspects are assessing ...,
2 what is very important with reg...,
3
28  cards
14. SYSTEMATIC ERROR VS RANDOM ERROR
1 what is random error,
2 what is systematic error also k...,
3 what is systematic error
28  cards
15. SIMPLE RANDOM SAMPLING
1 how do we often refer to simple...,
2 what is the most straight forwa...,
3 what can be said about all the ...
11  cards
16. STRATIFIED RANDOM SAMPLING
1 what method does stratified ran...,
2 what is different when it comes...,
3 what should the size of the ran...
10  cards
17. CLUSTER SAMPLING
1 what is cluster sampling based on,
2 give some examples of natural c...,
3 what sample do you take in clus...
9  cards
18. MULTI-STAGE SAMPLING
1 what does multi stage sampling ...,
2 what happens after we randomly ...,
3 what is involved in the multi s...
10  cards
19. SIMPLE SYSTEMATIC SAMPLING
1 what are the requirements for s...,
2 what can this simple systematic...,
3 do these examples make sense
8  cards
20. PROPORTIONAL QUOTA SAMPLING
1 what sampling method does propo...,
2 how do we select the sample for...,
3 what can be said about the stra...
7  cards
21. NON-PROBABILISTIC SAMPLING METHODS
1 what is one kind of non probabi...,
2 what is,
3 does this example make sense
10  cards
22. CHOOSING A SAMPLING METHOD
1 what 4 factors does choosing a ...,
2 give some examples of practical...,
3 what method should we use when ...
10  cards
23. SYSTEMATIC ERRORS
1 what are the two main types of ...,
2 what is selection bias,
3 what is information bias
23  cards
24. THE AFFECTS THAT INFORMATION BIAS HAS ON STUDY RESULTS
1 what is the fundamental princip...,
2 where can information bias be i...,
3 what is a more common type of i...
24  cards
25. ASSOCIATION VS CAUSATION
1 what were aristotle s first tho...,
2 how could we paraphrase aristot...,
3 what
32  cards
26. BRADFORD HILL CRITERIA
1 what is meant by analogy,
2 what is this an example of,
3 what is meant by coherence
18  cards
27. ROTHMAN'S CAUSALITY PIES
1 what do these charts show,
2 does this diagram make sense,
3 what can we say about this example
8  cards
28. MULTIFACTORIAL NATURE OF DISEASES
1 what kind of exposure causes mo...,
2 what are these risk and protect...,
3
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29. INTRODUCTION TO CONFOUNDING
1 other than chance and bias what...,
2 what is confounding inherently ...,
3 what happens when a specific ou...
8  cards
30. DEALING WITH CONFOUNDING
1 what 3 step procedure do we nee...,
2 what is the aim of the statisti...,
3 what is the best result of usin...
14  cards
31. CRUDE AND ADJUSTED ESTIMATES
1 what are crude estimates,
2,
3 what do adjusted estimates aim ...
15  cards
32. INTERNAL VALIDITY
1 according to the world health o...,
2 what does clinical and public h...,
3 look at this study examplehow d...
27  cards
33. EXTERNAL VALIDITY
1 what is the key to external val...,
2 what is our interest when it co...,
3 look at this example what quest...
12  cards
34. TYPES OF STUDY DESIGNS
1 what kind of study design is it...,
1 what kind of study design is it...,
1 what kind of study design is it...
20  cards
35. CASE CONTROL STUDIES
1 what kind of study is a case co...,
2 who is recruited in case contro...,
3 who is recruited second in case...
14  cards
36. COHORT STUDIES
1 what is initially selected duri...,
2 what happens before we initiate...,
3 what happens when the cohort st...
11  cards
37. INTERVENTIONAL STUDIES
1 which studies are conducted in ...,
2 which studies are aimed at anal...,
3 which studies look at the past
24  cards
38. RANDOMISED CONTROL TRIALS
1 what happens in a randomised co...,
2,
3 looking at this example what ca...
32  cards
39. THE BASICS OF RANDOMISED CONTROL TRIALS
1 what is the basic design of a r...,
2 what are the 3 main requirement...,
3 what are the 3 main issues with...
19  cards
40. SYSTEMATIC AND META-ANALYSIS STUDIES
1 what are the aims of evidence b...,
2 how do we classify medical evid...,
3 what is the hierarchy of evidence
24  cards
41. LEVELS OF EVIDENCE
1 what are the levels of evidence...,
2 what are the levels,
3 what is the type of study relat...
41  cards
42. QUALITATIVE RESEARCH
1 briefly list a few characterist...,
2 what is qualitative research,
3 what is the aim of qualitative ...
27  cards
43. SAMPLING AND DATA SATURATION
1 what is sampling,
2 when should a researcher stop i...,
3 why is data saturation important
19  cards

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