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Modern Epidemiology 3rd edition

@inproceedings{Rothman1986ModernE3,
  title={Modern Epidemiology 3rd edition},
  author={Kenneth J. Rothman and Sander Greenland and Timothy L. Lash},
  year={1986}
}

Microwave/Radiofrequency (MW/RF) Radiation Exposure and Cancer Risk: Meta-Analysis of Accumulated Empirical Evidence

C l i n M e d International Library Citation: Atzmon I, Linn S, Richter ED, Portnov B (2016) Microwave/Radiofrequency (MW/ RF) Radiation Exposure and Cancer Risk: Meta-Analysis of Accumulated

Surgical Risks Associated with Winter Sport Tourism article openly available. Please share how this access benefits you. Your story matters

Surgical outcomes are not compromised during winter in French mountain areas despite a substantial influx of major emergencies, according to a differ-ence-in-differences study design.

Surgical Risks Associated with Winter Sport Tourism

Surgical outcomes are not compromised during winter in French mountain areas despite a substantial influx of major emergencies, and patients did not experience increased risk for postoperative death or sepsis after 3 years.

Causal modelling of survival data with informative noncompliance

The present work applies a principal stratification method to data from the Esprit trials study to ascertain whether or not unopposed oestrogen (hormone replacement therapy-HRT) reduced the risk of further cardiac events in postmenopausal women who survive a first myocardial infarction.

Draft for internal testing Scientific Committee guidance on appraising and integrating evidence from epidemiological studies for use in EFSA's scientific assessments

The guidance document provides an introduction to epidemiological studies and illustrates the typical biases of the different epidemiological study designs, and describes key epidemiological concepts relevant for evidence appraisal.

Cancer after bariatric surgery : risk and prognosis

The study found an overall decreased risk of cancer following bariatric surgery that was more evident for cancers associated with obesity, particularly breast cancer, endometrial cancer and nonHodgkin lymphoma in women.

Method developments for the attributable fraction in causal inference

The importance of using model-based adjustment to estimate the AF is stressed and a method for AF estimation based on instrumental variable analysis is developed, which enables estimation of the AF, as a function of time, and adjusts for cluster-shared unmeasured confounders.

Sickness absence, disability pension, and permanent medical impairment after a car crash

Findings indicate that both DP and PMI can be used to measure long-term effects of road traffic injuries, and both injury type and prevalent SA are important factors to consider when studying SA and DP after a car crash.
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