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Institute of Psychology, Health and Society

Institute of Psychology, Health and Society

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(UOL Internal) Clinical Trial Training for Investigators

Description

This listing is for University of Liverpool Staff and Students ONLY - for external bookings please use the other listing.

Clinical Trial Training for Investigators, 5-day course - Places are available for the full week or individual morning/afternoon sessions.

Location: The Library Room - Liverpool Guild of Students L3 5TR 
(Please note: online attendance is NOT available)

(Read More > More Info) for the course timetable. 

For queries regarding registrations and payment please contact: [email protected]

For further information about the course content please contact Dr Susanna Dodd ([email protected])

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16/09/202420/09/20240[Read More]
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External Booking- Clinical Trial Training for Investigators

Description

This listing is for External bookings. If you are a current member of staff/student at UoL please visit the other listing.

Clinical Trial Training for Investigators, 5-day course - Places are available for the full week or individual morning/afternoon sessions.

Location: The Library Room - Liverpool Guild of Students L3 5TR
(Please note: online attendance is NOT available)

Please click "Read More > More Info) for the course timetable. 

For queries regarding registrations and payment please contact: [email protected]

For further information about the course content please contact Dr Susanna Dodd ([email protected])

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16/09/202420/09/20240[Read More]
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Introduction to ANOVA

Description

This module is aimed at researchers in the laboratory and medical fields. It is suitable for those who have 
no previous experience of data analysis, as well as those seeking to refresh their skills. Understanding the assumptions
and characteristics of statistical methods is important in order to obtain the correct analysis and biological interpretation
of results.

In this workshop we introduce the issues and design concepts that need to be taken into consideration when planning a study using single, replicate or repeated test samples, or planning a simple dose-response study. The workshop will build on the standard hypothesis tests to consider situations where there are more than two comparator groups or more than one sample per subject.

3rd December 2024 - In Person - UoL Campus

For queries please contact: [email protected]

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03/12/202403/12/20240[Read More]
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Introduction to Clinical Prediction Models

Description

This course is aimed at researchers who require a basic understanding of prediction modelling as part of their research studies. It is suitable for those who have no previous experience of prediction modelling, as well as those seeking to refresh their skills.

Clinical prediction models combine multiple pieces of patient information in order to predict a clinical outcome. This full-day course includes lectures and practical sessions, and aims to give its delegates an introduction to the clinical reasoning and statistical methodology behind clinical prediction models.

6th December - Online - UoL Campus

For queries please contact: [email protected]

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06/12/202406/12/20240[Read More]
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Introduction to Logistic Regression

Description

This course is aimed at researchers within the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences. If participants do not already have a
basic understanding of statistical techniques, we recommend they also register for the three day course on statistical
issues in the design and analysis of research projects.

This course examines the application of models to predict a binary response variable from categorical and continuous predictor variables. Participants will also learn to apply these methods using SPSS software, as well as find out how to interpret their results.

4th December 2024 - In Person - UoL Campus

For queries please contact: [email protected]

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04/12/202404/12/20240[Read More]
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Introduction to Longitudinal Data Analysis

Description

This course is aimed at participants who require a basic understanding of longitudinal data analysis as part of their research studies. It is suitable for those who have no previous experience of data analysis, as well as those seeking to refresh their skills.

Longitudinal data is obtained when a time-sequence of measurements is made on a response variable for each of a number of subjects in an experimental or observational study. This one-day course aims to give its delegates experience of the theory behind the statistical methods used for longitudinal data analysis.

11th December - In Person - Online

For queries please contact: [email protected]

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11/12/202411/12/20240[Read More]
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Introduction to Meta-Analysis

Description

This one-day workshop is suitable for those who have no previous experience of meta-analysis, as well as those seeking to refresh their skills.
If participants do not already have a basic understanding of statistical techniques, we recommend they also register for the three day course on statistical issues in the design and analysis of research projects.

This workshop will introduce the basic principles of combining binary or continuous outcomes from randomised controlled trials using the statistical technique of meta-analysis. Investigating heterogeneity and the potential impact of publication bias will be discussed. The practicalities involved such as extracting data and interpreting meta-analysis will be explored in small group sessions.

10th December - In Person - UoL Campus

For queries please contact: [email protected]

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10/12/202410/12/20240[Read More]
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Introduction to R

Description

This course is aimed at researchers who require a basic understanding of R software as part of their research studies. It is suitable for those who have no previous experience of R, as well as those seeking to refresh their skills.

R is a language and environment for statistical computing and graphics. It is available as free software and compiles and runs on Windows, MacOS, and a wide variety of UNIX platforms and similar systems. This half-day course includes lectures and computer practical, and aims to give its delegates experience of using the software.

2nd December - In Person - UoL Campus

For queries please contact: [email protected]

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02/12/202402/12/20240[Read More]
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Introduction to Survival Analysis

Description

This course is suitable for those who have no previous experience of data analysis, as well as those seeking to refresh their skills.

Time-to-event data are collected when individuals are followed over time. This course aims to provide grounding in statistical concepts and methods for the analysis of time-to-event data. Course participants will also gain an understanding of the design issues involved and learn to apply these methods using SPSS/R software, as well as find out how to interpret their results.


5th December - In Person - UoL Campus

For queries please contact: [email protected]

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05/12/202405/12/20240[Read More]
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Introduction to the Validity and Reliability of Diagnostic Tests

Description

This one-day module is aimed at those working in a medical field. It is suitable for those who have no previous experience of data analysis, as well as those seeking to refresh their skills.

This one-day course provides an overview of the important design and statistical analysis issues involved in setting up and evaluating studies for determining validity and reliability. Delegates will learn about these methods both in the context of laboratory or clinical diagnostic tests, and also psychological and psychiatric diagnostic scales.

9th December 2024 - In Person - UoL Campus

For queries please contact: [email protected]

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09/12/202410/12/20240[Read More]
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Statistical Issues in the Design and Analysis of Research Projects

Description

This course is aimed at anyone who requires a basic understanding of statistical techniques as part of their research studies.

27th - 29th November 2024 - In Person - UoL Campus

For queries please contact: [email protected]

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27/11/202429/11/20240[Read More]