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Falling in the elderly: Do statistical models matter for performance criteria of fall prediction? Results from two large population-based studies

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Kabeshova, Anastasiia
Launay, Cyrille P
Gromov, Vasilii A
Fantino, Bruno
Levinoff, Elise J
Published in European Journal of Internal Medicine. 2016, vol. 27, p. 48-56
Abstract To compare performance criteria (i.e., sensitivity, specificity, positive predictive value, negative predictive value, area under receiver operating characteristic curve and accuracy) of linear and non-linear statistical models for fall risk in older community-dwellers.
Keywords Accidental Falls/statistics & numerical dataAgedAged80 and overCross-Sectional StudiesFemaleFranceGeriatric Assessment/methodsHumansMaleModelsStatisticalPrognosisProspective StudiesRetrospective StudiesRisk Assessment/methodsSensitivity and Specificity
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KABESHOVA, Anastasiia et al. Falling in the elderly: Do statistical models matter for performance criteria of fall prediction? Results from two large population-based studies. In: European Journal of Internal Medicine, 2016, vol. 27, p. 48-56. https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:99208

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