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Introductory Medical Statistics Course

Introduction to various concepts used in epidemiological study design.

Dates - 23-24 September 2010.

Main audience - Doctors, nurses, clinical research fellows and postgraduate students (anyone who uses statistics in their work or research).

Brief description - Designed to introduce doctors, nurses, clinical research fellows and postgraduate students (anyone who uses statistics in their work or research) to statistical concepts including: epidemiological study design; identifying and describing different data types; selection of appropriate statistical tests (two and three group scenarios); calculation of sample size for basic study designs; understanding the principles behind various forms of regression analysis, including survival analysis.

£250 registration fee includes optional evening dinner on the first day at the Bluebird Restaurant, London SW3.


Professor Paul Cullinan | talks | www
Dr Winston Banya | talks | www
Mrs Susie Schofield | talks | www
Dr Jessica Harris | talks | www
Dr Stephanie MacNeill | talks | www


Date and Time:

23 September 2010 at 9:15 am


Full Day



National Heart & Lung Institute (NHLI) Imperial College London
South Kensington Campus

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Additional Information:

CPD accreditation - 12 non-clinical, external CPD points.

Further details of this and our other courses can be seen on our website: http://www.lungsatwork.org.uk/courses.php

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