Unit 10 Practice Questions

Unit 10 Practice Questions - Epidemiology 6000 Unit 10...

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Epidemiology 6000 Unit 10- Causation/Impact Measures Practice Questions Answer True or False for Questions 1-3 1. An investigator can always prove causality. 2. Only one philosophy on causality is definitive. 3. An exposure can be necessary and not sufficient. Multiple Choice: 4. A cause that must be present for a disease to occur is called: a. Necessary b. Sufficient c. Both a and b d. none of the above 5. Scientific hypothesis can never be proven and hence science advances by the process of elimination. This statement refers to: a. Falsification theory for causality b. Consensus theory c. Hill’s criteria d. None of the above . 6. Following are components of Hill’s criteria for causality, except a. Strength of association b. Biologic plausibility c. Temporality d. Multivariate analyses Epidemiology 6000 Unit 10 Page 1 of 4
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Question 7A-D In a cohort study of smoking and the occurrence of esophageal cancer , 2000 participants were classified as smokers or non-smokers. They were observed for 10 years. Assume that
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