Epidemiological and statistical methods

The choice of the right method is essential in epidemiology. Which sample size is necessary to verify an association between a risk factor and a disease, taking potential statistic variations into account? To which degree do other risk factors for the examined disease distort the outcome of a study? In order to get meaningful results, these questions must be evaluated for every new scenario.

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    Evelyn Dorendorf

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    André Karch

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    Martina Bittner

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    Heike Raupach-Rosin

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    Abhishek Bakuli

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    Mahrrouz Hoodgarzadeh

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    Johannes Horn

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    Nicole Ruebsamen

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