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Semiparametric zero-inflated Bernoulli regression with applications

Chin-Shang Li & Minggen Lu
When the observed proportion of zeros in a data set consisting of binary outcome data is larger than expected under a regular logistic regression model, it is frequently suggested to use a zero-inflated Bernoulli (ZIB) regression model. A spline-based ZIB regression model is proposed to describe the potentially nonlinear effect of a continuous covariate. A spline is used to approximate the unknown smooth function. Under the smoothness condition, the spline estimator of the unknown smooth...

Semiparametric zero-inflated Bernoulli regression with applications

Chin-Shang Li & Minggen Lu
When the observed proportion of zeros in a data set consisting of binary outcome data is larger than expected under a regular logistic regression model, it is frequently suggested to use a zero-inflated Bernoulli (ZIB) regression model. A spline-based ZIB regression model is proposed to describe the potentially nonlinear effect of a continuous covariate. A spline is used to approximate the unknown smooth function. Under the smoothness condition, the spline estimator of the unknown smooth...

Identification of Non-Fatal Opioid Overdose Cases Using 9-1-1 Computer Assisted Dispatch and Prehospital Patient Clinical Record Variables

Olufemi Ajumobi, Silvia R. Verdugo, Brian Labus, Patrick Reuther, Bradford Lee, Brandon Koch, Peter J. Davidson & Karla D. Wagner
Background: The current epidemic of opioid overdoses in the United States necessitates a robust public health and clinical response. We described patterns of non-fatal opioid overdoses (NFOODs) in a small western region using data from the 9-1-1 Computer Assisted Dispatch (CAD) record and electronic Patient Clinical Records (ePCR) completed by EMS responders. We determined whether CAD and ePCR variables could identify NFOOD cases in 9-1-1 data for intervention and surveillance efforts. Methods: We conducted a...

Identification of Non-Fatal Opioid Overdose Cases Using 9-1-1 Computer Assisted Dispatch and Prehospital Patient Clinical Record Variables

Olufemi Ajumobi, Silvia R. Verdugo, Brian Labus, Patrick Reuther, Bradford Lee, Brandon Koch, Peter J. Davidson & Karla D. Wagner
Background: The current epidemic of opioid overdoses in the United States necessitates a robust public health and clinical response. We described patterns of non-fatal opioid overdoses (NFOODs) in a small western region using data from the 9-1-1 Computer Assisted Dispatch (CAD) record and electronic Patient Clinical Records (ePCR) completed by EMS responders. We determined whether CAD and ePCR variables could identify NFOOD cases in 9-1-1 data for intervention and surveillance efforts. Methods: We conducted a...

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