Applied Prevalence Ratio estimation with different Regression models: An example from a cross-national study on substance use research.

@article{Espelt2016AppliedPR,
  title={Applied Prevalence Ratio estimation with different Regression models: An example from a cross-national study on substance use research.},
  author={A. Espelt and M. Mar{\'i}-Dell'Olmo and E. Penelo and M. Bosque-Prous},
  journal={Adicciones},
  year={2016},
  volume={29 2},
  pages={
          105-112
        }
}
  • A. Espelt, M. Marí-Dell'Olmo, +1 author M. Bosque-Prous
  • Published 2016
  • Geography, Medicine
  • Adicciones
  • OBJECTIVE To examine the differences between Prevalence Ratio (PR) and Odds Ratio (OR) in a cross-sectional study and to provide tools to calculate PR using two statistical packages widely used in substance use research (STATA and R). METHODS We used cross-sectional data from 41,263 participants of 16 European countries participating in the Survey on Health, Ageing and Retirement in Europe (SHARE). The dependent variable, hazardous drinking, was calculated using the Alcohol Use Disorders… CONTINUE READING
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