Run by the Biostatistics Group, UCLH/UCL/RF Biomedical Research Unit
UCL Statistical Science which is part of the Joint Research Unit, this course is designed to give health researchers an understanding of research methods and an insight into how they might apply them in a variety of health care settings.
It is relevant to all health researchers actively involved in research. Several of the sessions include a practical or discussion component where participants will have the opportunity to apply the methods described in the lectures.
Computer based practical work will be carried out. The course is offered by experts in medical statistics and health services research from the Department of Statistical Science at UCL and the UCLH Biostatistics group. A full set of lecture notes and solutions are supplied. Numbers are strictly limited on a first come first served basis.
Accredited 12 CPD points (74646) by the Royal College of Physicians
12th - 13th September 2012
University College London
Registration fee (including lunch, tea/coffee and course notes)
20 subsidised places for UCL, UCLH and RF Researchers: £100
Tel: + 44 (0)20 3447 2178