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Re: Dogmatists cannot learn [Letter]mmcisaac
Incomplete data in randomized dermatology trials: Consequences and statistical methodologymmcisaac
The impact of drug coverage on viral suppression among people living with HIV in Ontario, Canadammcisaac
Do chiropractors undertake weight loss interventions?mmcisaac
Impact of exposure to phenols during early pregnancy on birth weight in two Canadian cohort studies subject to measurement errorsmmcisaac
Imputing accelerometer nonwear time in children influences estimates of sedentary time and its associations with cardiometabolic riskmmcisaac
Interpreting studies of diagnostic accuracymmcisaac
Response-dependent two-phase sampling designs for biomarker studiesmmcisaac
Family structure as a predictor of screen time among youthmmcisaac
Statistical models and methods for incomplete data in randomized clinical trialsmmcisaac
Response-dependent sampling with clustered and longitudinal datammcisaac
Adaptive sampling in two-phase designs: a biomarker study for progression in arthritismmcisaac
The Kappa indexmmcisaac
Masking in reports of “most serious” events: bias in estimators of sports injury incidence in Canadian childrenmmcisaac
Gender-specific associations between involvement in team sport culture and canadian adolescents’ substance-use behaviormmcisaac
Distance to specialist medical care and diagnosis of obstructive sleep apnea in rural Saskatchewanmmcisaac
Imputing accelerometernonwear time when assessing moderate to vigorous physical activity in childrenmmcisaac
Statistical methods for incomplete data: Some results on model misspecificationmmcisaac
Patterns of mortality among adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities in Ontariommcisaac
Improving prediction of risk of admission to long-term care or mortality among home care users with IDDmmcisaac
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