Statistics are an essential part of clinical trials that many non-statisticians have to work with. This includes the planning and design of a study, data collection, statistical analyses, statistical reporting and the communications of the results. This course will focus on the key concepts and avoid algebra as far as possible.
- Non-statisticians who works with clinical trials, for example,
- Clinical Trial Managers (CTMs)
- Clinical Research Associates (CRAs),
- Data Management
- Global Medical Affairs professional
- Site personnel
The following topics will be covered:
- Study Design
- Summary Statistics
- Graphical Presentation
- Statistical Modelling
- Confidence Intervals
- Hypothesis Testing
- Sample size & Power
- Equivalence & Non-Inferiority Trials
- Understanding and interpreting statistics in clinical trials.
- Ability to ask questions about statistics in clinical trials.
What participants have said…
“It got me motivated to look at the statistical aspects of my studies and ask more questions. It is not just mathematics, it is much more than that. It was not boring :)”
“The course was very interactive, good mix of theory and practice. Very enjoyable speaker.”
”… was given in a relaxed, open way and not in a boring way with lots of definitions and mathematics but just in a way how a person without statistical background also can understand this …”
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