Essays about: "Chi-Square Analysis"

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  1. 1. Does eating frequency correlate with overweight and obesity among Swedish men and women?

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet / Institutionen för medicin

    Author : Mikaela Sjöholm; [2017-06-07]
    Keywords : Eating frequency; overweight; energy intake; macronutrients; Ätfrekvens; övervikt; energiintag; makronutrient intag;

    Abstract : Titel: Finns det ett samband mellan ätfrekvens och övervikt och fetma bland svenska män och kvinnor?Kurs: MED730, Självständigt arbete i klinisk nutrition, 30 hpNivå: Avancerad nivåTermin/år: Vt/2017Handledare: Anna-Karin LindroosExaminator: Frode SlindeNyckelord: Ätfrekvens. övervikt, energiintag, makronutrient intag________________________________________________________________________________Bakgrund: Övervikt är ett växande problem i hela världen, och ökar risken för ett flertal sjukdomar som diabetes, kardiovaskulära sjukdomar och cancer. READ MORE

  2. 2. Quantifying the Impact of Community Social Capital on Sustainable Development in Uganda: The influence of water user committees in mitigating deterioration of household access to safe water

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Socialmedicin och global hälsa

    Author : Jacqueline Kisakye; [2017]
    Keywords : water management; social capital; sustainable development; water user committees; Social Sciences;

    Abstract : Background: while access to safe water in Uganda increased between the early 1990s and 2010, current studies are showing that many safe water sources are not being properly maintained and so end up being abandoned. Since the maintenance of safe water sources is under the jurisdiction of water user committees (WUCs), this study seeks to measure the ability of water user committees in mitigating a deterioration in access to safe water. READ MORE

  3. 3. Climate change adaptation strategies for urban stormwater management : a comparative study of municipalities in Scania

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Institutionen för naturgeografi och ekosystemvetenskap

    Author : Denice Aderklint; [2017]
    Keywords : physical geography; stormwater management; climate change adaptation; Scania; green infrastructure; Pearson Chi-Square; Earth and Environmental Sciences;

    Abstract : Scania is a region vulnerable to climate change and climate models project an increase in extreme precipitation events for this area. Pluvial flooding in urban areas is mostly associated with the large amount of impermeable surfaces and sewer system overload. READ MORE

  4. 4. Toward Better Health Care Service: Statistical and Machine Learning Based Analysis of Swedish Patient Satisfaction Survey

    University essay from KTH/Teknisk informationsvetenskap

    Author : Yu Wang; [2017]
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    Abstract : Patients as a customer of health care service has rights to evaluate the servicethey received, and health care providers and professionals may take advantageof these evaluations to improve the health care service. To investigate the relationshipbetween patients overall satisfaction and satisfaction of specic aspects,this study uses classical statistical and machine learning based method to analyzeSwedish national patient satisfaction survey data. READ MORE

  5. 5. Individual and household-level determinants of malaria infection in under-5 children from north-west and southern Nigeria : A cross-sectional comparative study based on the 2015 Nigeria Malaria Indicator Survey

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Internationell mödra- och barnhälsovård (IMCH)

    Author : Gbemisola Allwell-Brown; [2017]
    Keywords : malaria; determinants; individual; household; children; Nigeria; Malaria Indicator Survey; microscopy; Rapid Diagnostic Testing; RDT; malaria diagnostic tools; household malaria clustering; HRP2;

    Abstract : Introduction Nigeria has the highest malaria burden worldwide. The 2010 and 2015 Nigeria Malaria Indicator Surveys (NMIS) suggest an improvement in malaria indicators, with the North West zone lagging behind. READ MORE