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(Continued #17) Based on the information above in question #17, how do you think the sensitivity and specificity of exposure classification among disease groups were affected? How do you think the sensitivity and specificity of disease classification were affected among exposure groups? Draw down affows in the appropriate box(es) below if you think the indicated sensitivity or specificity would have been decreased by the facts above in question #17. If there is no change then leave it blank. It will not be necessary to use any up affows - only use down alrows or leave the boxes blank. T.l- -t o' -L- Case (A/H1N1) 'f- Control (No A/HlNl) Disease Classification Vaccine (TfV) No Vaccine (No 18. Based on the information in question #17, would you expect information bias in this study?
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Unformatted text preview: Circle the best answer: ,{J \v "No" "Cannot determine from given information" 19. Based on the information in question #17, would information bias, if any, be toward the nul1or away from the null? Answer for the "case" odds ratio comparing those with a"vaccine" to those with "no vaccine." (Ignore the possibility of cross-over bias.) If you think there would not be any bias, then answer "no information bias." If there is not enough information to make a determination of the direction of bias, then answer "Cannot determine from given information." Circle the best answer: "qqjnfom1atien bias" "Cuttnot detemine ftom " SenS; yi? ahai{#pJ Shtd '$ral- wcst p, 1a's efJffiiL Exposure Classifi cation HSCI330 Assignment #1 - Spring 2010-02-10 Page 6 of 10...
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This note was uploaded on 12/29/2011 for the course HSCI 160 taught by Professor Kreis during the Fall '10 term at Simon Fraser.

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