- University of Bristol
We have mapped all the relevant training already happening in our partner organisations.
Intended audience: Researchers, applied statisticians and epidemiologists who have considerable experience in analysing epidemiological data. Participants should have knowledge and experience of a variety of regression models and their implementation in Stata.
Intended audience: Anyone who has used Stata for at least six months.
Intended audience: Participants should have a knowledge of survival analysis using Poisson, Cox and parametric regression models. Familiarity with Stata is a pre-requisite for this course.
Intended audience: Researchers involved in analysing longitudinal data.
Intended audience: Senior staff working in health protection units and other health protection specialists who are involved in the investigation of outbreaks.
Intended audience: Health protection nurses and practitioners, public health specialty registrars, public health specialists, environmental health officers.
Intended audience: Researchers with a basic understanding of observational epidemiological research methods.
Intended audience: Clinicians, healthcare decision-makers and researchers with a basic understanding of randomised controlled trials.
Intended audience: Clinicians, researchers, public health specialists and other health care professionals who have only a basic understanding of epidemiology.
Intended audience: Postgraduate students, health services researchers, public health specialists and other health care professionals who would like to extend their critical appraisal skills to include qualitative research.