- NRS Introduction to Good Clinical Practice (GCP)
- NRS Good Clinical Practice (GCP) Update
- CTIMP Workshop
- Good Research Practice (Non-drug Trials)
- Early Phase Clinical Trial
- Informed Consent - Adults: Ethical, legal and practical aspects in clinical research
- Introduction to Medical Statistics (Part 1)
- Medical Statistics (Part 2) - Correlation and Regression
- Medical Statistics (Part 3) – Hypothesis Testing
- Medical Statistics (Part 4) - Power and Sample
- Laboratory Skills Workshop
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Medical Statistics (Part 4) - Power and Sample
In order to be able to do this course, participants would have to be familiar with all the concepts covered in Part 3 - Hypothesis Testing course.
Sample size calculations should be an important component of any study protocol and is required for most grant applications. It is also necessary for ethical approval since the success or failure of a study can depend on whether the appropriate number of individuals is included. Study participants (humans or animals) are put at risk (or at least inconvenienced) and if the study is undersized, medical knowledge is not being advanced, diverting resources from more worthwhile research, and having a negative impact on future research. If the sample size is too large, more people are put at risk (or inconvenienced) than necessary, and resources are overstretched.
This course will explain the information required to work out sample sizes and also address the problems associated with too small or large a study. Examples of computing sample sizes by hand will be illustrated for the comparison of two groups with both quantitative and qualitative outcomes of interest. Adjustments for drop outs will also be explained.
The use of Minitab for these calculations will also be covered and participants will be able to work through lecture examples using the software. In addition, Minitab will be used to compute sample sizes for observational studies and those with more than 2 groups (ANOVA).
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30/05/2019 Half Day (13:30-16:30) LT908, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Level 9, Livingstone Tower, 26 Richmond Street, Glasgow, G1 1XH Book Course