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Causal inference challenges in social epidemiology: Bias, specificity, and imagination.Academic Article Why?
Post-traumatic stress disorder and cardiometabolic disease: improving causal inference to inform practice.Academic Article Why?
Combining machine learning and matching techniques to improve causal inference in program evaluation.Academic Article Why?
Improving causal inference with a doubly robust estimator that combines propensity score stratification and weighting.Academic Article Why?
The Consistency Assumption for Causal Inference in Social Epidemiology: When a Rose is Not a Rose.Academic Article Why?
Tutorial in biostatistics: instrumental variable methods for causal inferenceAcademic Article Why?
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Estimation and inference for the causal effect of receiving treatment on a multinomial outcomeAcademic Article Why?
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Combining propensity score-based stratification and weighting to improve causal inference in the evaluation of health care interventions.Academic Article Why?
Alcohol and high-density lipoprotein cholesterol: causal inference from diverse study designs.Academic Article Why?
Applying a propensity score-based weighting model to interrupted time series data: improving causal inference in programme evaluation.Academic Article Why?
Causal inference on electronic health records to assess blood pressure treatment targets: an application of the parametric g formula.Academic Article Why?
Combining the regression discontinuity design and propensity score-based weighting to improve causal inference in program evaluation.Academic Article Why?
Evaluating Public Health Interventions: 5. Causal Inference in Public Health Research-Do Sex, Race, and Biological Factors Cause Health Outcomes?Academic Article Why?
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