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2006 Biostatistics Primary MMed (Anaesthesia). Writing a study protocol introduction research question current knowledge research hypothesis research.

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Types of study designs: from descriptive studies to randomized controlled trials Kirsten Bibbins-Domingo, PhD, MD, MAS Associate Professor of Medicine.

, Vitamin D levels) Predictor (risk factor) Outcome (disease) Cross-sectional Study: Pluses +Prevalence +Fast/Inexpensive - no waiting! +No loss to follow up +Associations can be studied Many well-known cross-sectional studies AAMC California Health Interview Survey (NHIS, CHIS) National Hospital Discharge Survey Cross-sectional study: minuses time - Cannot determine causality Heart failure Vitamin D Cross-sectional study: minuses - Cannot study rare outcomes - Cannot determine incidence What if you are/


Types of study designs: from descriptive studies to randomized controlled trials Kirsten Bibbins-Domingo, PhD, MD Associate Professor of Medicine and of.

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Types of study designs: from descriptive studies to randomized controlled trials Kirsten Bibbins-Domingo, PhD, MD Assistant Professor of Medicine and of.

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Types of study designs. Objectives  To understand the difference between descriptive and analytic studies  To identify the hierarchy of study designs,

To understand the difference between descriptive and analytic studies  To identify the hierarchy of study designs, and the strengths and weakness of each design  To be able to apply different study designs to the same research question Types of Studies  Descriptive Studies  Observational Analytic Studies Cross Sectional studies Case Control studies Cohort studies  Experimental Studies Randomized controlled trials Hierarchy of Study Types Descriptive Case report Case series Survey Analytic Observational/


The Quark Gluon Plasma at RHIC outline l What’s a plasma? and why do we expect one from quarks and gluons? l The tools to make and study quark gluon.

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Types of study designs: from descriptive studies to randomized controlled trials Kirsten Bibbins-Domingo, PhD, MD Assistant Professor of Medicine and of.

relevant, but…  You don’t have any money to start investigating this question.  What is feasible? Study Design #1  Cross-sectional study of UCSF medical students taking USMLE Step 2  Questionnaire administered when registering for USMLE 2 Primary predictor: self/ Directly measure incidence of a disease outcome  Can study multiple outcomes of a single exposure (RR is measure of association) Weaknesses of cohort studies  Expensive and inefficient for studying rare outcomes HERS vs. WHI  Often need long /


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Notes on Research Proposals

schedule) Conclusions and Future Work References Budget (appendix) Weaknesses in Research Proposals Research Problem unfocused unimportant (done before!) more complex limited relevance Weaknesses in Research Proposals Research Design so vague it prevents /based Experimental or ex post facto Descriptive or causal Cross-sectional or longitudinal Case or statistical study Field, laboratory or simulation Exploratory or Formal Exploratory studies tend toward loose structures with the objective of discovering/


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DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY

. DESIGNS FOR STUDYING DEVELOPMENT Cross-Sectional Design: subjects from different age groups are studied at the same point in time. Cohort Effects Strengths Limitations DESIGNS FOR STUDYING DEVELOPMENT Longitudinal Design: one group of subjects is studied repeatedly over a period of months or years. DESIGNS FOR STUDYING DEVELOPMENT Longitudinal Design: one group of subjects is studied repeatedly over a period of months or years. Strengths Weaknesses Practice Effects Selective/


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The Power of a Cross-Disciplinary Community of Faculty, Staff, and Students including the burning question… What exactly is a learning.

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Study Design for Quantitative Evaluation ©2015 The Water Institute.

your comparison group carefully. The second one (innate differences between intervention and control groups) is much more difficult, and is a fundamental limit to cross- sectional studies, ©2015 The Water Institute Cross-Sectional Studies Strengths – Simple – Fast…snapshot at one point of time Weaknesses – Association, not causation – Can mislead, if not thought through ©2015 The Water Institute A second chance to solve the problem Fortunately, headquarters is/


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CROSS SECTIONAL STUDY. Framework of presentation Design options in epidemiological research Cross sectional study Design of cross sectional study Steps.

. Ideal for generating new hypothesis. Correlation between two continuously distributed phenomenon can be studied. Prevalence of the disease. Starting point of cohort study. Cross sectional study Disadvantage  Needs large sample size.  Large number of logistic support needed.  The importance of the relationship between the cause and the effect cannot be determined. Temporal weakness: – Cannot determine if cause preceded the effect or the effect was responsible for/


The Muon Neutrino Quasi-Elastic Cross Section Measurement on Plastic Scintillator Tammy Walton December 4, 2013 Hampton University Physics Group Meeting.

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B.Mellado University of the Witwatersrand On behalf of the LHeC Study Group HEP Seminar, Tsinghua University, 22/08/14 Exploration of the Higgs boson and.

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Review trait theory research, and discuss the idea of one best style of leadership using the Ohio State studies and the Leadership Grid as points of reference.

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Review trait theory research, and discuss the idea of one best style of leadership using the Ohio State studies and the Leadership Grid as points of reference.

Studies identified two leadership styles that were similar to the Ohio State studies--one style was employee centered and the other was job centered The Leadership Grid © represents five leadership styles found by crossing/of Change Organizing Arrangements Goals Social Factors Methods People Internal * Strengths * Weaknesses External * Opportunities * Threats * Organizational Level * Department/ group level/ Distinction must be effective Demand Curve Section Home Section Home A graph of the quantity expected/


Observational Epidemiologic Studies Descriptive (incidence, prevalence) Analytic (associate characteristics of population with risk of disease) Study type.

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Zhihong Ye Department of Physics, University of Virginia Study of Short Range Correlations at large x through Inclusive Electron-Nucleon Scattering Ph.D.

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The LUNA experiment at Gran Sasso Laboratory: studying stars by going underground Alessandra Guglielmetti Università degli Studi di Milano and INFN, Milano,

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Evaluation & exam Social Approach Core Study 1: Milgram (1963)

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Study of universal few-body states in 7 Li - open answers to open questions, or everything I have learned on physics of ultracold lithium atoms. (A technical.

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10 August, 2010 Bradley M. Sherrill FRIB Chief Scientist

first produce many of the light neutron rich nuclei Is used to study neutron rich nuclei since the products are “cooler” and fewer neutrons are evaporated than in fusion reactions. Large cross sections for production of some exotic isotopes Deep Inelastic Transfer Example R /Dipole Moments 225Ac, 223Rn, 229Pa (30,000 more sensitive than 199Hg; I > 1010/s) Parity Non-Conservation in atoms weak charge in the nucleus (francium isotopes; 109/s) Unitarity of CKM matrix Vud by super allowed Fermi decay Probe the /


Arie Bodek, Univ. of Rochester1 Quarks for Dummies TM * Quarks for Dummies TM * Modeling (e/  /  -N Cross Sections from Low to High Energies: from DIS.

Rochester44 Rochester NUMI Off-Axis Near Detector http://www.pas.rochester.edu/~ksmcf/eoi.pdf Narrow band beam, similar to far detector –Can study cross-sections (NBB) –Near/far for    ; –backgrounds for   e Locate off of access drift Rochester EOI to /scattering Processes is also a very way to understand quarks and QCD. - common ground between the QCD community and the weak interaction community, and between medium and HEP physicists. Arie Bodek, Univ. of Rochester63 Next Update on this Work, /


Arie Bodek, Univ. of Rochester1 Quarks for Dummies TM * Quarks for Dummies TM * Modeling (e/  /  -N Cross Sections from Low to High Energies: from DIS.

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