11. november 2013 - 12. november 2013
This course will enable you to use basic statistical terminology with ease, to spot classic mistakes and to understand or even challenge statistical colleagues. You will be introduced to descriptive statistics, hypothesis testing, sample size calculation, confidence intervals, parametric and non-parametric analysis, methods to avoid bias, statistical pitfalls and useful guidelines.
• Statistical issues in planning, conducting, and reporting clinical trials
• Data types
• Descriptive statistics
• Randomisation – incl. baseline differences
• Multiplicity (PtC on multiplicity)
• Statistical models
• Responder analyses and individual effect
• Missing data imputation
The course will be spiced with group work and many examples, including different types of design – superiority, non-inferiority, equivalence and adaptive designs. If you need further information, please contact the course leader: Lisbet Groes, PhD, Director, Biometrics Medical Writing, ALK
The course is aimed at non-statisticians, who work with clinical research, including Clinical Project Management, Clinical Operations, Medical Writing, Data Management, SAS Programming, Pharmacovigilance, and Regulatory Affairs.
The course is taught in English, unless all students are Danish.