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|Dates||Mon 27 Jun to Fri 1 Jul 2016|
|Application status||Applications being accepted|
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Learning about logistic regression, Cox regression, meta-analysis and more
This module is designed for health care professionals or graduate students who already have some research experience and an understanding of basic statistical principles, and who wish to develop their statistical expertise. Teaching is interactive and will emphasise the practical application of statistical methods to real-life problems, rather than statistical theory. Students will be able to explore and analyse data using a variety statistical packages.
The last date for receipt of complete applications is 5pm Friday 10th June 2016. Regrettably, late applications cannot be accepted.
This module will cover:
*The terminology of ANOVA has been widely superseded by the terminology of multiple linear regression. The course will show briefly the equivalence of the two approaches for the benefit of students accustomed to ANOVA.
This module assumes the students have at least some familiarity with the following:
If you do not have these pre-requisites, the online module Introduction to Statistics for Health Care Research is recommended.
For a detailed comparison of these two courses please click here.
Comments from previous participants:
"Very good presentation of a lot of information, with relevant examples, very good practical sessions and helpful lecturers"
This module is run over an eight week cycle where the first week is spent working on introductory activities using a Virtual Learning Environment, the second week is spent in Oxford for the face to face teaching week (this takes place on the dates advertised), there are then four Post-Oxford activities (delivered through the VLE) which are designed to help you write your assignment. You then have a week of personal study and you will be required to submit your assignment electronically the following week (usually on a Tuesday at 14:00 UK Local Time).
To apply for the course you should:
Role: Module Coordinator
Susannah Fleming Research Fellow
Role: Module Coordinator
Richard Stevens is the Deputy Director, Statistics Group.
Assessment will be based on submission of a written assignment which should not exceed 4,000 words.
Those wishing to take the course for credit. The University of Oxford Department for Continuing Education offers Credit Accumulation and Transfer Scheme (CATS) points for the course. Participants attending at least 75% of the taught course and successfully completing assessed assignments are eligible to earn credit equivalent to 20 CATS-equivalent points which may be counted towards a postgraduate qualification.
Applicants registering as "Attendance Only" are not eligible to undertake the academic assignment offered to students on award-bearing programmes of study and will not have access to the University library resources, other than those provided by the Department for Continuing Education. Applicants cannot receive CAT (Credit Accumulation and Transfer Scheme) points or equivalence. Credit cannot be attributed retrospectively. CAT accreditation is required if you wish for the module to count towards a further qualification in the future.
A Certificate of Completion is issued at the end of the course.
“Attendance Only" applicants who subsequently wish to register for academic credit and complete the assignment are required to submit additional information, which must be received 1 calendar month in advance of the module start date. Please contact us for more information.
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Accommodation is available at the Rewley House Residential Centre, within the Department for Continuing Education, in central Oxford. The comfortable, en-suite, study-bedrooms have been rated as 4-Star Campus accommodation under the Quality In Tourism scheme, and come with tea- and coffee-making facilities, free Wi-Fi access and Freeview TV. Guests can take advantage of the excellent dining facilities and common room bar, where they may relax and network with others on the programme.
Details of funding opportunities, including grants, bursaries, loans, scholarships and benefit information are available on our financial assistance page.
If you are an employee of the University of Oxford and have a valid University staff card you may be eligible to receive a 10% discount on the full stand-alone fee. To take advantages of this offer please submit a scan/photocopy of your staff card along with your application. Your card should be valid for a further six months after attending the course.
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This course requires you to complete the application form and submit along with a copy of your CV. Please outline your pre-requisite statistical knowledge within the personal statement section of the application form. If you are applying to take this course for academic credit you will also need to complete section two of the reference form and forward it to your referee for completion. Please note that if you are not applying to take the course for academic credit then you do not need to submit a reference.
Please ensure you read the guidance notes before completing the application form, as any errors resulting from failure to do so may delay your application.
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This module can be studied as part of these programmes: