Postby **deezee** » May 12th, 2012, 12:47 pm

Ok, that's what I thought. Case studies seem to really be our downfall; it's just that there are so many different opinions on them. Anything else really important I'll need to know study-wise?

Don't know if anyone else already mentioned these, but know the formulas associated with each design (ex. odds ratio, relative risk) and also the pros and cons of each. A list can be found on the soinc.org website.

Where exactly is the list? I am assuming it is on this page:

http://soinc.org/disease_detectives_b

The formulas and equations can be found on the 2012 training handout. The 2012 Training powerpoint also has more info on the case studies.

Sorry, I can't find the pros and cons of case studies, but I'll keep looking.

What disease did cured ham actually have?

If 4 out of 5 people SUFFER from diarrhea...Does that mean the fifth one enjoys it?

I used to be healthy, until I took an arrow to the knee and got gangrene.