Analytic methods in maternal and child health
Division of Science, Education, and Analysis, Health Resources and Services Administration, Maternal and Child Health Bureau, 1998 - Social Science - 279 pages
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analytic skills assessment asthma attributable risk beta coefficient calculated census data Chicago Community Area Child Health child injury mortality child visits Community Area 33 confidence band confidence interval confidence limits confounding CSHCN cumulative incidence data-set denominator disability distribution EASP effect modification epidemiology example expected value exposure formula geographic areas health agencies health events health outcome health status index scores indicators infant deaths infant mortality rate injury mortality rate Integer Ranks live births logistic regression low birthweight births low birthweight rate Maternal and Child MCH professionals mean methods modules moving averages natural logarithm neonatal number of children observed odds ratio P-values percent percentile rescaling Poisson regression pregnancy prenatal care visits prevalence proportions public health relative risk risk factor sample smoking standard error stratum specific summary synthetic estimate total number trend data values variables weighted women who received z-scores z-tests