Students, graduates, researchers, and professionals, welcome to the seminar series of The Research Center for Public Health and Sports (RePS) for spring 2018.
The seminars aim to provide ample opportunity for attendees to learn about statistical analysis and to share research ideas.
Three of the seminars deal with statistics, including basic statistics, generalized mixed modelling, and missing data: they will be led by statisticians and researchers, who will present the seminars in an accessible manner.
We also offer you the opportunity to participate in a seminar that focuses on discussions on research ideas and draft applications.
This seminar aims to provide a theoretical introduction to methods that deal with missing data in simple (linear and logistic regression) situations.
The seminar is primarily intended for students, graduates, researchers, and professionals who analyze data from medical, epidemiological, and public health research and who are familiar with multivariable methods (to control confounding, to accommodate interaction, and to increase statistical power) and standard regression methods. Irrespective of level of insight into these methods, everybody is welcome to attend the seminar!
Other seminars in the series:
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Senior Lecturer, Sport and Health Sciences
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Senior Lecturer, Medical Sciences