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Learning Outcomes – Observational Studies (Study Designs)

by Raywat Deonandan, PhD
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    00:00 So what have you learned? You're now familiar with the main observational study designs, the cohort, the case-control, the cross-sectional and you know the difference between prospective, which moves forward in time and the retrospective, backwards in time. You know why matching is done, to control for certain confounding influences, and you know when some designs are more appropriate than others, using those characteristics like, which is rarer, the exposure status or the outcome status. Thank you.


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    The lecture Learning Outcomes – Observational Studies (Study Designs) by Raywat Deonandan, PhD is from the course Types of Studies.


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    1. Confounding
    2. Effect modifiers
    3. Gender biases
    4. Loss to follow up
    5. Recall bias
    1. Outbreak investigation
    2. Common outcome with a rare exposure
    3. In order to determine the incidence of a disease
    4. In order to determine the prevalence of a disease
    5. Rare outcome with a rare exposure
    1. Associations between factors that typically do not change
    2. Associations between a rare exposure and a rare disease
    3. The mortality risk of a specific disease
    4. Association between a common exposure and a rare disease
    5. The incidence of a disease over the course of a year

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     Raywat Deonandan, PhD

    Raywat Deonandan, PhD


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