5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Cost-utility analysis
- No linear relationship exists
- Peto test
- a Which type of pharmacoeconomic analysis takes into consideration quality of life?
- b What type of relationship must be assumed between independent and dependent variables in multiple regression analyses?
- c What is the null hypothesis that we want to reject with F-tests in multiple regression analyses?
- d True or false: Kaplan-Meier survival analysis curves do not account for confounding nor multivariate data.
- e What survival analysis test weighs out survival time in an earlier part of the curve more heavily than other parts of the curve?
5 Multiple choice questions
- Which type of pharmacoeconomic analysis looks at a result in dollars per change in outcome?
- True or false: Multiple regression analyses can have more than 1 dependent variable but only 1 independent variable.
- What statistic tells us the homogeneity of studies used in a systematic review/meta-analysis?
- Which statistical test is used for dependent ordinal data and independent nominal data?
- What is beta equal to in logistic regression?
5 True/False questions
Cost-benefit analysis → Which type of pharmacoeconomic analysis examines cost and benefit in terms of currency?
Paired t-test → Which statistical test is used for dependent interval/ratio data and independent nominal data with 1 group?
True → True or false: If a log-rank test evaluates two kaplan-meier curves with a p=0.03, this means that there in no difference between the survival curves.
Median survival time → What is the area under a survival analysis curve equal to?
Forest plot → What test is performed in multiple regression analyses to determine if the model is significant?