Attenuation in risk estimates in logistic and Cox proportional-hazards models due to group-based exposure assessment strategy.

@article{Kim2006AttenuationIR,
  title={Attenuation in risk estimates in logistic and Cox proportional-hazards models due to group-based exposure assessment strategy.},
  author={H Kim and Yutaka Yasui and Igor Burstyn},
  journal={The Annals of occupational hygiene},
  year={2006},
  volume={50 6},
  pages={
          623-35
        }
}
In occupational epidemiology, it is often possible to obtain repeated measurements of exposure from a sample of subjects (workers) who belong to exposure groups associated with different levels of exposure. Average exposures from a sample of workers can be assigned to all members of that group including those who are not sampled, leading to a group-based exposure assessment. We discuss how this group-based exposure assessment leads to approximate Berkson error model when the number of subjects… CONTINUE READING

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