5138.0 Statistical Methods in Health Outcomes Research

Wednesday, October 29, 2008: 10:30 AM
This session looks at applications and new methods for health outcomes research. The topics include mixed-effect models, survival analysis, acceleration in disease rates, and change points in incidence rates.
Session Objectives: 1. Apply the mixed-effect mixed distribution model. 2. Describe how to use insturmental variables with survival analysis. 3. Recognize and quantify age patterns in disease.

10:30 AM
Application of Mixed-Effect Mixed Distribution Model Substance Abuse Studies
Jichuan Wang, PhD, Russel S. Falck, MA and Robert G. Carlson, PhD
10:45 AM

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Organized by: Statistics
Endorsed by: Epidemiology

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