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Course Information for year 2022:   

Course Description:

The aim of this course is to develop core statistical skills for interpreting clinical and epidemiological data. It will provide knowledge of statistical methods and study design used in medical research. The course will enable participants to develop the skills needed to analyse data for their own research projects.


Course structure:

Format: Online & In- person Sessions

Availability: The course materials will be available 24/7 for one week prior to start of the course.

How it will work:

Online welcome session: Microsoft Teams Link will be created and emailed to participants prior to the session. Teachers will present and explain to the students how the course is organised and will respond to any questions students may have.

Date: TBC 

Face to Face Sessions: Teachers will meet you in person and will respond to any questions students may have.

Dates:30th March 2022, and 31st March 2022 at ??? (time to be confirmed)

Venue: Botnar Research Centre

Access to Canvas: Prior to the welcome session you will receive an invitation email to Canvas. 

Canvas is the University's virtual learning environment for teaching and learning. Read further information about Canvas here:  

Registration: It will open on 17th January 2022- 21st March 2022

Please be advised due to current situation, the course only be available to NDORMS students. We apologise for any in convenience this may have caused. 

Fee: No charge (£00.0) 

For booking & further information, please email Mahkameh Mafi (