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Prospective study | definition of prospective study by ...
study [stud´e] a careful examination of a phenomenon; see also design. cohort study prospective study. cross-sectional study one employing a single point of data ...
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Retrospective cohort studies: advantages and disadvantages ...
Answers. Statements b, c, and d are true, whereas a and e are false. The aim of the study was to investigate whether differences exist between the sexes in the risk ...
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Prospective, Retrospective, Case-control, Cohort Studies ...
An explanation of different epidemiological study designs in respect of: retrospective; prospective; case-control; and cohort.
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NEDARC - Retrospective Study
Retrospective Study. In a retrospective study, the outcome of interest has already occurred at the time the study is initiated. A retrospective study design allows ...
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Epidemiologic study designs - Epidemiology learning
www.epidemiolog.net, © Victor J. Schoenbach 1999 8. Analytic study designs - 213 rev. 9/6/1999, 10/7/1999, 12/17/1999 Cross-sectional A cross-sectional study is one ...
http://www.epidemiolog.net/evolving/AnalyticStudyDesigns.pdf

Adherence to Medication — NEJM
Measures of Adherence. Adherence to medication regimens has been monitored since the time of Hippocrates, when the effects of various potions were recorded with ...
http://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMra050100

Medical Definition of Cohort study - MedicineNet
Cohort study: A study in which a particular outcome, such as death from a heart attack, is compared in groups of people who are alike in most ways but differ by a ...
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