Disease X has an incidence rate of 0.2% per annum. Its
population prevalence is 1%. Disease X is likely to be:
The following information relates to questions 13 to 15 inclusive.
The incidence rate of lung cancer in Victorian smokers is 0.3% per
annum, while the incidence rate of lung cancer in Victorian nonsmokers
is 0.014% per annum.
In Victoria, the risk of lung cancer attributable to smoking is:
In Victoria, the risk of lung cancer in smokers relative to nonsmokers
Assuming the absolute annual risk of lung cancer in Victorian
smokers remains constant over time, what is the absolute risk
of lung cancer in a Victorian after 10 years of smoking?
What type of variable is ‘sex’?
What type of variable is ‘race’?
With regards Table 1, which of the following statements is/are