Summer class in biostatistics and epidemiology
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Summer Class in Biostatistics and Epidemiology for Comparative Studies
26th - 28th of June, 2017
Basic skills in Biostatistics and Epidemiology for comparative studies (such as randomized controlled trials, case-control or cohort studies seeking risk factors) must have been acquired in order to (1) critically read any scientific paper dealing with veterinary clinical research, (2) anticipate bias before setting up a comparative clinical study, and (3) appropriately interpret statistical results. Sometimes, and unfortunately, statistics that are needed to answer a medical question are performed by statisticians who do not fully understand the context of the medical question, and/or the clinicians sometimes do not fully interpret the results provided by the statisticians.
- Target audience
Residents, PhD students, academic staff, and veterinary surgeons from private companies or clinics involved in clinical veterinary research.
Maximum of 36 applicants.
Epidemiology, Biostatistics, clinical comparative studies, understanding, interpretation, causal inference, bias, critical appraisal, XLSTAT®.
Loïc Desquilbet, PhD in Public Health and Epidemiology, assistant professor in Biostatistics and Epidemiology at the Ecole nationale vétérinaire d’Alfort.
Having read scientific papers presenting results with p-values for comparisons of (at least) two groups of animals.
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