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COURSE: Statistical Methods Applied in Medicine

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Doug Altman <[log in to unmask]>

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Doug Altman <[log in to unmask]>

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Fri, 16 Jan 2009 15:00:19 +0000

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Please can you draw this forthcoming course to 
the attention of relevant people.
Thanks
Doug


Course: Statistical Methods Applied in Medicine: an introductory course.

The Centre for Statistics in Medicine in Oxford 
will be running a 3-day introductory course on 
statistical methods applied in medicine from 1st 
- 3rd April 2009 at Wolfson College, University of Oxford.

The aim of the course is to introduce 
participants to basic statistical concepts and 
methods commonly applied in medicine, to 
facilitate understanding and to enable 
appropriate application and interpretation of 
these statistical methods. Following the course, 
participants will have gained knowledge to
    * Appropriately summarise and present data
    * Understand the principles of statistical 
inference and hypothesis testing
    * Be familiar with common statistical methods 
applied in medicine (comparison of means, comparison of proportions)
    * Have an awareness of more advanced 
statistical techniques (e.g. statistical adjustment)

This course is aimed at individuals who are 
required to interpret and/or conduct basic 
statistical analyses commonly applied in medical 
research. Applications are invited from 
researchers (clinical and non-clinical) and 
health care professionals. The course does assume 
some familiarity with statistical terminology 
(e.g. P values, confidence intervals) but does 
not assume any level of understanding.
The course will cover the following topics.
    * Data types and summarising data
    * Selecting a representative sample and 
making inference about the population
    * Analysis of continuous data (e.g. t-test)
    * Analysis of categorical data (e.g. Chi squared test)
    * Measures of association (e.g. odds ratio, risk ratio, risk difference)
    * Analysis of skewed data
    * Sample size and power
    * Correlation (i.e. association between two numerical variables)
    * Statistical modelling (e.g. Linear regression, logistic regression)
The course fee is 500 (NHS and Academic) with an 
early registration fee of 450 (if booked before 
16th February 2009). This includes all course 
materials, lunches and refreshments and a copy of 
Practical Statistics for Medical Research. It does not include accommodation.


For further details and to apply please see our 
website <http://www.csm-oxford.org/>www.csm-oxford.org or contact

   Tracy Edwards
   Senior Administrator
   Centre for Statistics in Medicine
   Wolfson College
   Linton Road
   Oxford OX2 6UD.

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Doug Altman
Professor of Statistics in Medicine
Centre for Statistics in Medicine
University of Oxford
Wolfson College Annexe
Linton Road
Oxford OX2 6UD

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Tel:    01865 284400 (direct line 01865 284401)
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