Introduction to Biostatistics
SPH BS 704
This course provides an overview of biostatistical methods, and gives students the skills to perform, present, and interpret basic statistical analyses. Topics include the collection, classification, and presentation of descriptive data; the rationale of estimation and hypothesis testing; analysis of variance; analysis of contingency tables; correlation and regression analysis; multiple regression, logistic regression, and the statistical control of confounding; sample size and power considerations; survival analysis. Special attention is directed to the ability to recognize and interpret statistical procedures in articles from the current literature. Students will use the R statistical package to analyze public health related data.
FALL 2021 Schedule
|A1||Hicks||INS 110||M 6:00 pm-8:20 pm||Students cannot
SPRG 2022 Schedule
|A1||Sullivan||INS 201||M 2:00 pm-4:20 pm||MED Campus