Anna Graber-Naidich

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Case-control family data are now widely used to examine the role of gene-environment interactions in the etiology of complex diseases. In these types of studies, exposure levels are obtained retrospectively and, frequently, information on most risk factors of interest is available on the probands but not on their relatives. In this work we consider(More)
Our research is motivated by the proliferation of primary care models in Ontario, Canada. Currently, primary care is mainly provided by facilities belonging to six models of care. These models are remunerated by various schemes—a mixture of fee-for-service, capitation and salary. In addition, they provide different levels of care and several are better(More)
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