Case-cohort study, Advanced Statistics

Case-cohort study: The research design in epidemiology which involves the sampling of controls at the outset of the study that is to be compared with the cases from the cohort. The design is usually brought in use when the cohort can be followed for the disease outcome, but it is too costly to collect and process the information on all study subjects. 

 

 

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