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Advanced Statistical Methods in Epidemiology

Advanced Statistical Methods in Epidemiology

This three-day course is aimed at academic researchers in the medical and health or social sciences or who may work in government, the pharmaceutical industry, or other parts of the private sector who want to perform statistical modelling and analysis of epidemiological study data.

Individual day(s) are available on request, please email ProfessionalTraining.FSHS@soton.ac.uk, who will happy to advise. 

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18/04/201820/04/2018[Read More]
Data Collection using Android devices

Data Collection using Android devices

This workshop provides a practical introduction to the Open Data Kit (ODK), and how to use it to collect data using Android devices. The day will consist of a mix of discussions based on prepared examples of digital forms and guided practical work that will get you working directly with the tools to create and use your own forms.

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14/11/201714/11/2017[Read More]
Linear Mixed and Generalized Linear Mixed Models with Applications in Medicine 2018

Linear Mixed and Generalized Linear Mixed Models with Applications in Medicine 2018

This course will provide an overview of the current ideas in linear mixed models (and generalized linear models) and their manifold medical/health applications with a continuous outcome appropriate for analysing studies with simple and more complex hierarchical data structure such as such as nested fixed or random effects.

 

Individual day(s) are available on request, please email ProfessionalTraining.FSHS@soton.ac.uk, who will happy to advise. 

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12/12/201713/12/2017[Read More]
12/12/201814/12/2018[Read More]
Statistical Methods for Meta-Analysis 2018

Statistical Methods for Meta-Analysis 2018

The course will address the question of single-zero or double zero studies which can occur in one or both arms of a trial involved in the meta-analysis.

The course will focus on Mantel-Haenszel techniques as well on Poisson regression models which all allow the occurrence of zero-events in one or both arms. Zero-inflation models are also covered .

This course will use the package STATA throughout.

Individual day(s) are available on request, please email ProfessionalTraining.FSHS@soton.ac.uk, who will happy to advise

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26/03/201827/03/2018[Read More]

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