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Introduction to Medical Statistics – Part 1

23/08/2018 09:30

This course assumes no prior statistical knowledge and covers the basic concepts necessary to understand the other courses which follow from this.

The course will cover the following topics:

the importance of statistics in medical research, inc. ethics
types of data – quantitative or qualitative?
graphical summaries of data – inc. bar charts, boxplots, scatterplots, histograms
numerical summaries of data – for symmetric and skewed distributions
the Normal distribution
outliers in data sets and tests for outliers.
 

Each concept will be illustrated using real medical research examples and ethical considerations and limitations will be discussed throughout. The course will provide an introduction to Minitab (version 16) and participants will be able to reproduce graphics and summary statistics from the lectures using the software package.

 

PAYMENT :

There are no fees for NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde/NHS West Node employees

Invoice: We can raise an invoice for payment, but only in receipt of a purchase order number from your finance department. Purchase orders should be marked for the attention of:-

Half-day (09:30-12:30)            

£49 University. £110 Commercial Organisation

We can raise an invoice for payment, but only in receipt of a purchase order number from your finance department. Purchase orders should be marked for the attention of:-
NHS GREATER GLASGOW AND CLYDE
CALEDONIA HOUSE
CARDONALD BUSINESS PARK
GLASGOW
G51 4ED
ENDOWMENT FUND CG0337 EDUCATION AND TRAINING
Please provide details of the training course, date and name of attendee on the purchase order and email copy to GG-UHBGlasgowCRFeducation@nhs.net.

Pay by Cheque: please make out a cheque, payable to NHS GG&C Endowment Fund CG0337 and bring it with you on the day.

Pay by Credit or Debit Card: can be arranged. (Please note your details will be stored in our database but not passed on to any other parties).

If you have any queries in respect of your course fee, please telephone 0141 201 9324. Thank you.