Hi, you are logged in as , if you are not , please click here
You are shopping as , if this is not your email, please click here

Introduction to Survival Analysis

Additional Items

Course Information

ariel view of university buildings

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]

Course Code


Course Leader

Dr Susanna Dodd
Course Description

By the end of this course delegates will:
• Be able to use various statistical methods to summarise and analyse time-to-event data
• Have an appreciation of how to analyse their data and interpret their results
• Have an understanding of how to use standard statistical software in this analysis

What does the course cover?

• Introduction to survival data including the concept of censoring
• Comparing survival between groups using Kaplan-Meier curves and log-rank tests
• Regression modelling and variable selection including the Cox model and other alternative models
• Design issues such as choice of endpoint and sample size calculations
• Introduction to software which can assist these processes

StartEndPlaces LeftCourse Fee