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Washington Convention Center = “CC”, Renaissance Washington, DC Hotel = “RH”

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315 Applied Session Tue, 8/4/09, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-102A
Analysis of Prevalence and Risk in Epidemiologic Studies - Contributed - Papers
Section on Statistics in Epidemiology
Chair(s): Sowmya Rao, MGH Biostatistics Center
    10:35 AM   Variance Estimation of Partial Population Attributable Fraction and Its ApplicationsJungwha Lee, University of Illinois at Chicago; Sally Freels, University of Illinois at Chicago; Dulal K. Bhaumik, University of Illinois at Chicago
    10:50 AM   A Simulation Study of Health Disparity Indexes: How Do They Depend on Prevalence?Stuart Gansky, University of California, San Francisco; Nancy F. Cheng, University of California, San Francisco; Gloria Mejia, University of California, San Francisco
    11:05 AM   A Fresh Look at the Discriminant Function Approach for Estimating Crude or Adjusted Odds RatiosRobert H. Lyles, Emory University; Ying Guo, Emory University; Andrew N. Hill, CDC
    11:20 AM   Bias-Corrected Inference for the Conditional Logistic RegressionJenny Sun, Texas A&M University
    11:35 AM   Interval Estimation of Risk Difference for Clustered DataTasneem Zaihra, University of Windsor; Sudhir R. Paul, University of Windsor
    11:50 AM   On the Confidence Intervals of Attributable Risk using Delta and Bootstrap Methods for a Cross-Sectional Sampling with ConfoundersTanweer J. Shapla, Eastern Michigan University; Khairul Islam, Wayne State University
    12:05 PM   Some Errors Frequently Occurring in Estimating the Required Sample Size in Cohort and Case-Control StudiesPeng T. Liu, FDA

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