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The inquiring mind of the statistician - the Bristol and Shipman cases

Professor Best will discuss some issues involved with providing information for the Bristol Royal Infirmary and Shipman Inquiries.

Professor Best from Imperial College, London, contributed statistical analysis of routine data to both the Bristol Royal Infirmary Inquiry and the Shipman Inquiry. Her research seminar aims to present these issues and findings in a reasonably non-technical manner.


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Date and Time:

9 March 2006 at 1:00 pm


1 hour



Faculty of Computing, Information Systems and Mathematics
Faculty of CISM, Kingston University
Penrhyn Road
Kingston upon Thames
020 8547 8870

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The seminar will be held at Kingston University in the Penrhyn Road campus. Please contact the Faculty of Computing, Information Systems and Mathematics for further information or see the seminar web site.

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