How to perform a case control study
What's the difference between case-control and cohort studies? Find out which study design is more reliable and why.
Case-control and cohort studies are two different kinds of study designs based on opposite methodologies. One of them is relatively quick and cheap to perform but lacks reliability, while the other is more reliable but takes more time. In this video, we will explain the differences between these two study designs.
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