New courses from the Swiss School of Public Health!
We are happy to announce two new courses offered by the Swiss School of Public Health+.
- “Analysis of data with measurements below the detection limit“: This course aims to provide participants with an understanding of the basic concepts in the analysis of data with nondetects. The course will take place from 6th to 8th of May 2013 in Basel, Switzerland. The facilitator will be Prof. Martin Röösli . Please note that this is an advanced statistical course and knowledge of the R software is required. If you are not familiar with R, it is recommmended that you attend the relevant course offered by SSPH+. For online registrations, follow this link or send an e-mail to Sina.Henrichs [@] unibas.ch .
- “Multilevel modeling: Analysis of clustered data”: This course aims to enable participants to define the appropriate analysis method for a clustered data set. Participants will be able to perform and evaluate own analyses of clustered data. It will be held on 22-24 May and 27-28 May, 2013 in Basel, Switzerland and facilitated by Prof. Martin Röösli and Dr. Thomas Gsponer. Please note that practical experience with linear regression analysis is essential. To register online, follow this link or send an e-mail to Sina.Henrichs [@] unibas.ch
This encourages new types of cooperation and programmes that train specialists.