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1

What are the types of observational studies?

2

What is the only study that can calculate the incidence?

 

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3

what are the FDA stages of research?

4

Research levels of evidence?

5

Define Bias and Confounding

6

List some examples of before, during and after examples of Bias

7

what is detection bias?

8

what is assesor bias?

9

what is performance bias?

10

What is the Hawthore Effect?

11

What is a funnel plot?

12

Define INCIDENCE, PREVALENCE,RELATIVE RISK AND ODDS RATIO

13

Incidence and Prevalence Pool Analogy

14

What is the definition of INCIDENCE?

15

What is the definition of Prevalence?

16

Odds Ratio vs Relative Risk 

17

Can Relative risk be significant if CI crosses zero?

NO. 

18

How do ou differentiate between categorical and continous measurements?

19

write the flowchart for statistical analysis based on study design

20

what statisical analysis to use for categorical data for two or more small groups?

21

what are the four variables for diagnostic performance?

Positive predictive value

Negative predictive value

sensitivity

Specificity

22

Complete the table for Diagnostic Performance Measures: 

specificitity

sensitivity

Positive Predictive Value

Negative Predictive Value

 

ie. SLAP tears on MRI

23

Define Sensitivity:

ability to detect disease;

ability to detect true positives

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Define Specificity:

Ability to detect health:

ability to detect true Negatives

25

Define Positive Predictive Value:

Probability that the person has the disease given a positive test result

Proportion of positive tests that are TRUE POSITIVES

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Define Negative Predictive Value

Probabiity that a person is healthy given a negative test result

Proportion of negative tests that are true negatives

27

How do Type I and Type II errors relate to false positives and false negatives?