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This training offered by the UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health provides an overview of cohort study analysis, including definition of measures used in cohort studies and examples of proper interpretation. The lesson also describes threats to study validity, including bias and confounding.
- Calculate the risk difference, risk ratio, and attributable risk in exposed, given sample data
- Interpret the risk difference, risk ratio, and attributable risk in exposed, given sample data
- Define bias and describe the two major types of bias
- Explain how a confounding variable can affect observed results