Variance estimation for population attributable risk in a complex cross-sectional animal health survey.

@article{Wagner2001VarianceEF,
  title={Variance estimation for population attributable risk in a complex cross-sectional animal health survey.},
  author={Bruce A. Wagner and Scott J. Wells and Phillip S. Kott},
  journal={Preventive veterinary medicine},
  year={2001},
  volume={48 1},
  pages={1-13}
}
Population attributable risk estimates offer a method of combining information on population exposure and disease risk factors into a single measure. Univariate and multivariable methods exist for calculating point estimates and variances under the assumption of equal sampling probabilities. National Animal Health Monitoring System national studies typically use a complex survey design (where selection probabilities vary by design strata), which makes use of these methods of calculating… CONTINUE READING

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