The IU School of Medicine Department of Biostatistics will offer a three-day course on biostatistics for health care researchers from 1 to 5 p.m. May 14-16, in the HITS Building, Room 1110.
This event will cover basic concepts of statistical methods commonly encountered in health care literature. This course will consist of three sessions. Sessions I and II will cover basic principles, design of medical research studies, standard statistical tests and data analyses, and data management.
Session III will focus on more advanced topics, including multiple linear and logistic regression, survival analysis, longitudinal data and genetic analysis.
Registrants may choose to attend Sessions I and II, II and III or I, II and III.
At the conclusion of this program, participants should be able to recognize common study designs and statistical methods used in medical research; discuss complex study design and analysis with a statistician; describe basic concepts of data management; identify appropriate use of statistical procedures when given a common study design; and employ simple statistical analyses under the guidance of a statistician.
Enrollment will be limited to the first 30 registrants and is open to faculty, fellows and residents, as well as other interested students and staff.
HS – Health Information and Translational Sciences
410 West 10th.
Indianapolis, IN 46202
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