Flavorflav wrote:Maybe 25% of the teams can really handle the math we already had, in my experience. Now we have a bunch more math, so this year should be interesting.
3141592653589792 wrote:I do NOT Understand this event. Can someone help me?
Infinity Flat wrote:3141592653589792 wrote:I do NOT Understand this event. Can someone help me?
Try taking a look at the 2014 training PowerPoint on the national website (link).
3141592653589792 wrote:Infinity Flat wrote:3141592653589792 wrote:I do NOT Understand this event. Can someone help me?
Try taking a look at the 2014 training PowerPoint on the national website (link).
I am sorry, but the link does not seem to work. Can you please check if it is updated?
3141592653589792 wrote:Infinity Flat wrote:3141592653589792 wrote:I do NOT Understand this event. Can someone help me?
Try taking a look at the 2014 training PowerPoint on the national website (link).
I am sorry, but the link does not seem to work. Can you please check if it is updated?
3141592653589792 wrote:Not found again!
thisusernameistaken wrote:How do you work through the relative risk equation and relative risk tells you how much more likely it is to to get a disease in a certain environment/situation relative to another right?
BipolarEconomist wrote:Here's some food for thought.
Q: Given a case-control study;
a=exposed case patients,b=control exposed,c=unexposed case patients,d=unexposed control
a=50
b=22
c=43
d=12
Complete the following:
-Calculate the odds ratio.
-What does the odds ratio suggest?
CulturallyScientific wrote:Can anyone help me with writing good case definitions? As far as I know, it's just person-place-time, but I was wondering if there are any other specifics I should be aware of/any practice out there specifically for this topic. Thanks!
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