Exposure assessment in industry specific retrospective occupational epidemiology studies.

@article{Seixas1995ExposureAI,
  title={Exposure assessment in industry specific retrospective occupational epidemiology studies.},
  author={Noah S. Seixas and Harvey Checkoway},
  journal={Occupational and environmental medicine},
  year={1995},
  volume={52 10},
  pages={
          625-33
        }
}
Quantitative estimation of exposure for occupational epidemiology studies has received increasing attention in recent years and, as a result, a body of methodological literature has begun to take form. This paper reviews the generic issues in the methodology of exposure assessment, particularly methods for quantitative retrospective assessment studies. A simple framework, termed an exposure data matrix (EDM), for defining and analysing exposure data is proposed and discussed in terms of the… CONTINUE READING

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