Reporting of Interaction

@article{Jager2011ReportingOI,
  title={Reporting of Interaction},
  author={D. J. de Jager and R. de Mutsert and K. Jager and C. Zoccali and F. Dekker},
  journal={Nephron Clinical Practice},
  year={2011},
  volume={119},
  pages={c158 - c161}
}
Interaction is the situation whereby the association of one risk factor with a certain outcome variable differs across strata of another risk factor. From a public health perspective, the assessment of interaction on an additive scale may be most relevant. Although additive models exist, logistic and Cox regression models are the most commonly used models in epidemiology. The resulting relative risks can be translated to an additive scale. The present paper presents surrogate measures to… Expand

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