Online Program

The future of public health statistics

Monday, November 4, 2013: 10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

Board 1
Bayesian networks in public health   
Michal HornĂ½, M.Sc.
Board 5
Constructing a valid confidence interval for newman's assortativity coefficient when cluster size is informative   
Siobhan K. Young, MPH, Robert H. Lyles, PhD, Lawrence L. Kupper, PhD, Jessica R. Keys, MPH and Sandra L. Martin, PhD
Board 6
Dynamic treatment allocation of blood products in the treatment of trauma injury   
Anna Decker, MA, Alan Hubbard, PhD and Mitchell Cohen, MD
Board 7
Seroprevalence and demographic determinants of human t-lymphotropic virus type-1 and -2 infections among first-time blood donors, u.s. 2000-2009   
Yun Brenda Chang, MPH, Edward Murphy, MD, MPH, Zhanna Kaidarova, MBA, Daniel Hindes, Marjorie Bravo, MD, Nancy Kiely, Hany Kamel, MD, Denise Dubay and Barbara Hoose, NP

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Organized by: Applied Public Health Statistics