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This issue of FOCUS offered by the UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health covers the basics of conducting a case-control study, which uses the idea of odds to describe relationships between exposure and disease.
- Describe the basic steps of conducting a case-control study
- Discuss how to select cases and controls
- Discuss how to conduct basic analysis for a case-control study, including odds, odds ratios, and matched analysis
- Provide examples of recent outbreak investigations that have used the case-control study design