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This Short Course will be offering in a virtual format only

This course teaches the correct presentation and communication of the results from statistical analyses of clinical trials. The following statistical concepts are covered in depth: study populations, the meaning and uses of sensitivity analyses, descriptive statistics, odds and hazard ratios, estimates and confidence intervals, and sample size calculations. Emphasis is placed on understanding statistical presentations and reporting statistical information, not on calculations or mathematical explanations.

Learning objectives

At the conclusion of this session, participants should be able to:
  • Determine whether data are normally distributed and what this tell us
  • Examine sensitivity analyses and why they are so important
  • Discuss how point estimates and 95% Confidence Intervals to predict the future