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Introduction to systematic reviews and meta-analysis

Introduction to the methodology of systematic reviews and meta-analysis.

  • Remote
  • University of Bristol
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Introduction to research governance

Biennial course providing participants with an understanding of all aspects of research governance in population health sciences and knowledge of the processes involved.

  • Remote
  • University of Bristol
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Good clinical practice refresher

Reinforce and consolidate previous learning,ย reflect on your practice, and raise your awareness of recent and relevant developments in GCP and related areas of research governance.

  • Online learning resource
  • National Institute for Health and Care Research
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Introduction to statistics

Introduction to the basic concepts and methods commonly used in medical and public health research.

  • Remote
  • University of Bristol
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Genetic epidemiology

Gain a grounding in a wide range of cutting-edge genetic epidemiological methods for complex traits.

  • Remote
  • University of Bristol
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Enhancing facilitation skills

Reflect and improve on skills needed to facilitate meetings involving members of the public.

  • Remote
  • People in Health West of England
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Research and audit

Learn to interpret the validity and reliability of healthcare data (e.g. clinical trials, reviews, audits) and respond appropriately with respect to their clinical practice.

  • Online learning resource
  • NHS eLearning
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Advanced survival analysis

Learn how to implement parametric survival models, use flexible parametric survival models, and the concept of competing risks in modelling time-to-event data.

  • Remote
  • University of Bristol
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Introduction to qualitative research methods

An overview and introduction to the major qualitative research methods based in the social sciences as used in health services, public health and other health-related research.

  • Remote
  • University of Bristol
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Quantitative health research

Learn to (1) critically analyse the strengths, limitations and issues to consider with different types of epidemiological studies; (2) assess the sources of evidence routinely used as a basis for health policy and practice; (3) interpret and apply the results of basic statistical analyses, particularly inferential statistics; and (4) use appropriate tools to critically appraise the evidence used in public health.

  • In person
  • University of the West of England
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Introduction to statistics 2

This course is a logical continuation of the Introduction to Statistics 1 course. Besides continuing to cover the commonly used statistical tests, it also provides an overview of selecting the most appropriate statistical test.

  • In person
  • University of the West of England
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