Part 4 of 9; Calculate samplesize for cross-sectional studies, dichotomous outcome.

Part 4 of 9; Calculate samplesize for cross-sectional studies, dichotomous outcome.

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Full NameComment goes here.Ramachandran Vengrasalam, Lecturer at Institut Pendidikan Guru Malaysia Kampus Tun Hussein Onn, Batu Pahat How about sample size for a population of 600 in assessing competency of diabetes educators? It is a cross sectional study using surveySharifah Norsuhaida Sy Abd KarimAs Salam Prof Azmi! thanks for the enlightment! help alot!!Azmi Mohd Tamil, Lecturer at Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia @rosseni hehehehe......that one need to discuss on sampling effect. A different kettle of fish altogether. I do have such slides on different methods of sampling and the effect on sample size from Prof Ismail Bidin, UUM.Rosseni Dinat Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM) tq, for sharing :)how about for convenient sampling?

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