Statistics for Public Health Paper 1: Alcohol and Other Drug Use at School Leavers' Celebrations (Lam et al., 2014). 1. In statistics, null hypothesis refers to a general statement that proposes that there is no significant difference or there is no association between specific population characteristics. It is a default position which is opposite of the alternative hypothesis. It is often denoted as H0. The null hypothesis is the one w…
Statistics for Public Health A short telephone survey can be conducted to find out the demographic characteristics of people in the catchment of a local community health service with an aim to distinguish the people who utilise these services and the ones who do not utilise these services. The identification of these two groups can be done by conducting a survey. For conducting a survey, it is important to obtain a list of population so that d…
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