3231.0: Monday, November 13, 2000: 4:30 PM-6:00 PM

Advances in Methodology (Special Student Paper Session)

This session contains five papers authored by students. The ppurpose of the session is to provide a forum for new researchers to present their work. , the papers selected for this session present methodological advances in various areas of statistics
See individual abstracts for presenting author's disclosure statement.
Learning Objectives: Refer to the individual abstracts for learning objectives
Presider(s):Daniel H. Freeman, PhD
4:30 PMMethods for handling intermittently missing data and drop-outs in longitudinal data analysis
Amy K. Ferketich, MA, Melvin L. Moeschberger, PhD, Deborah Burr, PhD, Elizabeth A. Stasny, PhD, David J. Frid, MD
4:45 PMCorrelated encounters of the ordinal kind: An experience with GEE
Charity G. Moore, MSPH, Ellen Roberts, MPH, Suzanne Swann, MS, Andrew Gordon, PhD, Paul Eleazer, MD
5:00 PMDiagnosing patterns of matches/non-matches and missing data when working with large merged databases
Peter Hovmand, MSW, Harry Perlstadt, PhD, MPH, Susan Grettenberger, PhD, MSW, Jim Kent
5:15 PMModeling temporal-spatial trend of infant mortality rates
Lei Wang, MS, James D. Leeper, PhD, Audra Ford, MA
5:30 PMPerformance of matched, unmatched, and missing-indicator methods in 1:1 matched case-control studies with missing exposure
Xianbin Li
5:45 PMDiscussant
Cosponsors:Academic Public Health Caucus; Environment; Epidemiology; Health Administration

The 128th Annual Meeting of APHA