Unit 9 Practice Questions - Epidemiology 6000 Unit 9:

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Epidemiology 6000 Unit 9: Experimental/Intervention Study Questions 1. Which of the following is true about randomization? a. It is a method that prevents selection bias that could affect study results b. It minimizes the effects of most known and unknown confounders c. It is the best way to ensure that your exposed and unexposed groups are comparable d. All of the above 2. In a randomized, double-blind study a new drug was compared to a placebo in addition to standard care. Patients were administered the study drug or the placebo for a minimum of 24 hours. The study design is which of the following? a. Crossover design b. Cross-over washout design c. Parallel design d. There is not enough information to determine the design 3. A study design in which variation between participants can be eliminated by making treatment comparisons within the same patient a. Crossover design b. Dose-response design c. Parallel design d. There is not enough information to determine the design 4. Which design would be the best to use if you wanted to study a new antidepressant drug
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Unit 9 Practice Questions - Epidemiology 6000 Unit 9:

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