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Cross-sectional study - Wikipedia

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In medical research and social science, a cross-sectional study is a type of observational study that analyses data collected from a population, or a representative subset, at a specific point in ti...

cross-sectional vs. longitudinal studies | Institute for Work & Health

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Cross-sectional studies make comparisons at a single point in time, whereas longitudinal studies make comparisons over time. The research question will ...

Cross-sectional Studies | Health Knowledge

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Design, Application, Strengths & Weaknesses of Cross-Sectional Studies In a cross-sectional study, data are collected on the whole study population at a single ...

Evidence-Based Dentistry - Study design III: Cross-sectional studies

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Cross-sectional studies are carried out at one time point or over a short period ( Figure 1). They are usually conducted to estimate the prevalence of the outcome  ...

[Odds ratio or prevalence ratio? Their use in cross-sectional studies].

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España. BACKGROUND: The most commonly used measures of association in cross-sectional studies are the odds ratio (OR) and the prevalence ratio (PR).

Cross-sectional studies - Medical Dictionary - The Free Dictionary

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a careful examination of a phenomenon; see also design. cohort study prospective study. cross-sectional study one employing a single point of data collection ...

Quality Assessment Tool for Observational Cohort and Cross ...

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The guidance document below is organized by question number from the tool for quality assessment of observational cohort and cross-sectional studies.

Chapter 8. Case-control and cross sectional studies | The BMJ

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More chapters in Epidemiology for the uninitiated. Case-control studies. As discussed in the previous chapter, one of the drawbacks of using a longitudinal ...

Cross-Sectional Studies

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Cross-Sectional Studies. Features of C-S Studies. Snapshot in time. e.g. - cholesterol measurement and ECG measured at same time. Determines prevalence at ...

Cross-sectional studies - Oxford Medicine

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Cross-sectional studies examine the relationship between diseases (or other health-related characteristics) and other variables of interest as they exist in a ...

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Cross-Sectional Studies: Example. ▫ National survey studies. - Population-based survey studies are conducted by NCHS and other agencies. - Collect ...

Cross-sectional Studies - The University of North Carolina at Chapel ...

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studies, in cross-sectional studies we do not follow individuals over time. Instead, we only look at the prevalence of disease and/or exposure at one moment in ...

13. Cross-sectional studies - Oxford Scholarship

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Cross-sectional studies involve identifying a defined population at a given point in time and measuring a range of variables on an individual basis which can ...