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Causal Inference with Case-Only Studies in Injury Epidemiology Research.

We recently published a paper in Current Epidemiology Reports describing how the case-only design is commonly misinterpreted in injury epidemiology.  Due to the availability of registries and Emergency Department medical record databases, case-only studies are common in the injury epidemiology … Continue reading

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Teaching Epidemiology From High School Through Graduate School

BEH alumni, James Stark, recently published a paper in the American Journal of Epidemiology, “Teaching on the Continuum: Epidemiology Education From High School Through Graduate School“. This is the second in his planned trilogy of papers on epidemiology education. In … Continue reading

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