Investigating solutions to minimise participation bias in case-control studies

@inproceedings{Keeble2016InvestigatingST,
  title={Investigating solutions to minimise participation bias in case-control studies},
  author={Claire Keeble},
  year={2016}
}
Case-control studies are used in epidemiology to try to determine variables associated with a disease, by comparing those with the disease (cases) against those without (controls). Participation rates in epidemiology studies have declined over recent years, particularly in the control group where there is less motivation to participate. Non-participation can lead to bias and this can result in the findings differing from the truth. A literature review of the last nine years shows that non… CONTINUE READING

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