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Develop the core statisticial and epidemiological skills you need to analyse the data in your medical research project. This two-day course is offered every term by NDORMS and CSM staff.

Course objectives

  • Develop core statistical skills for interpreting clinical and epidemiological data
  • Provide knowledge of statistical methods and study design used in medical research
  • Enable participants to develop the skills needed to analyse data for their own research projects

Course instructors

David Culliford

Samuel Hawley

Sara Khalid

Kirsten Leyland

Daniel Prieto-Alhambra

Maria Sanchez

Anjali Shah

Cost

External applicants: £210

University of Oxford staff: £115 

University of Oxford students: £57.50

NDORMS staff/students: free (contact Paloma Odogherty)

Registration

To register, please contact Paloma Odogherty. University staff and students can register directly through the University course store.

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Forthcoming events

OCTRU Training Bite: Trial Committees and Groups

Thursday, 17 October 2019, 10.30am to 11.30am @ Botnar Research Centre, Room G54

OCTRU Training Bite: Getting the Sample Size Right

Tuesday, 29 October 2019, 10am to 11am @ Botnar Research Centre, Room G54

OCTRU New Starter Training

Tuesday, 05 November 2019, 10am to 11.30am @ Botnar Research Centre, Room G52

UK EQUATOR Centre Publication School November 2019

Thursday, 07 November 2019 to Friday, 08 November 2019, 9am - 5pm @ Botnar Research Centre, University of Oxford

OCTRU Workshop: Risk Assessment and Monitoring

Thursday, 14 November 2019, 9.30am to 12pm @ Botnar Research Centre, Room G54/38

OCTRU Training Bite: Trial Master Files

Tuesday, 19 November 2019, 10am to 12pm @ Botnar Research Centre, Room G54