Quantitative Methods in Applied Health Research
Quantitative Methods in Applied Health Research is a 5 day course for health and social care researchers. In this course you will be given an introduction to and consider the advantages and disadvantages of a range of quantitative methodologies (including clinical trials, observational designs, using real world evidence, health economics and systematic review and meta-analysis). We will explore statistical methods using the statistical software Stata, including descriptive, univariate and adjusted analyses. You will learn how to identify the appropriate statistical method to be used given a specific research question and how to interpret numerical evidence from research in a clear and appropriate scientific format.
The course is being held at the George Davies Centre, Leicester. It is taught over the following dates (9:00am – 4:00pm)
7, 8 November 2022 (Mon, Tues)
21, 22 November 2022 (Mon, Tues)
6 December 2022 (Tues)
This is an attendance only non-credit bearing course.
The course is also offered as CPD for credit, including assessments. For further details of the CPD for credit please go to: