The Biostatistics, Epidemiology, and Research Design (BERD) core of the Colorado Clinical & Translational Sciences Institute (CCTSI) is pleased to announce a Short Course in Biostatistics on seven Thursday evenings this fall.
This course is focused on clinical and medical investigations. Material will be presented within a clinical context and will emphasize basic statistical concepts at an accelerated pace. (All lecture. No homework. No grades. Not for credit.) If you are interested in improving your ability to critically assess the literature, more rigorously design research studies, or more effectively understand and communicate biostatistical issues, this course is for you.
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Weekly: 7 Thursday Evenings
October 2 – November 13, 2014
5:30 pm – 7:45 pm
Ed 2 South (L28) - Room 2306
Course Fee: $400
Fee includes a complete set of printed slides (over 500 pages) and a light dinner each week.
Class size is limited.
You will be asked to provide a speedtype for the fee. (CCTSI K-awardees attend for free.) For alternative payment options, register via the link and email: email@example.com
Since lecture topics build upon each other, continuous attendance is encouraged.
- October 2: Descriptive Statistics and Hypothesis Testing
- October 9: t-tests and Confidence Intervals
- October 16: Nonparametric Tests and Analysis of Variance
- October 23: Analysis of Categorical Data, Properties of Diagnostic Tests, and Power/Sample Size
- October 30: Regression and Correlation
- November 6: Logistic Regression and Survival Analysis
- November 13: Analysis of Longitudinal and Repeated Measures Data, and Literature Evaluation
Questions? Please contact John Neal, 303.724.4370.
Sponsored by the Rocky Mountain Poison and Drug Center (Denver Health) and the Biostatistics, Epidemiology, and Research Design (BERD) core of the Colorado Clinical & Translational Sciences Institute (CCTSI). Colorado Clinical & Translational Sciences Institute is an institute at the University of Colorado Denver. University of Colorado is committed to diversity and equality in education and employment. CCTSI is supported in part by Colorado CTSA grant UL1 TR000154 from NCATS/NIH.