5 edition of Biostatistics for the health professions found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Olive M. Lombard ; foreword by Shields Warren.|
|LC Classifications||RA409 .L65|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 223 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||223|
|LC Control Number||75002482|
2 J Files for today (June 25) Lecture and handout (2 files) Biostat_Huet1_25Junpdf (PPT presentation) Biostat_handout_Altman_BMJpdf (Read article) Homework --either handwritten paper or email OK To be assigned Thursday J Contact information @ Office E Phone . Biostatistics is the science that applies statistical theory and mathematical principals to research in medicine, biology, environmental science, public health and related fields. Public health biostatisticians use mathematical and scientific methods to determine the cause of disease and injuries, to identify health trends within communities, and to evaluate programs. For instance, .
A large part of some class sessions was just reviewing a long and tedious public health article and going over the statistical tests, why alternatives weren't use, possible weaknesses, distribution issues, etc. The book we used (Biostats by Rosner) was referred to only for the theory, math, and sometimes for sample problems. The principal goal of the M.S. program is to prepare highly qualified individuals for future Ph.D. training and for careers in biostatistics practice. This training is conducted in the innovative and interdisciplinary public health culture of the college of public health and health professions and the college of medicine.
Research. Department of Biostatistics faculty members are dedicated to performing cutting-edge theoretical and applied research. Areas of expertise include clinical trials and epidemiology, study design, survey methodology, decision theory, generalized linear models, longitudinal data analysis, survival analysis, structural equation models and diagnostic testing. Biostatistics and epidemiology. [Armen Khachatryan; Nikos M Linardakis] New York: McGraw-Hill, Health Professions Division, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Armen Khachatryan; Nikos M Linardakis. Find more information about: ISBN:
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