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Health in Numbers: Quantitative Methods in Clinical & Public Health Research

Classified as: PUB H0 - All Public Health courses are '0' no classification (72 Alt. Courses Available)
Course Description:

Principled investigations to monitor and thus improve the health of individuals are firmly based on a sound understanding of modern quantitative methods. This involves the ability to discover patterns and extract knowledge from health data on a sample of individuals and then to infer, with measured uncertainty, the unobserved population characteristics. This course will address this need by covering the principles of biostatistics and epidemiology used for public health and clinical research.

  • Instructor(s) Earl Francis Cook, Marcello Pagano
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  • Start Date 15/Oct/2012
  • Duration 14 weeks
  • Main Language English
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