Understanding Epidemiology and Biostatistics in the Medical Literature
A webinar series reviewing epidemiological and biostatistical terminology and methods to improve confidence when reading and applying findings in the medical literature.
This course series is designed to review topics in epidemiology and biostatistics commonly found in the medical literature. It has been divided into twelve online lectures, of 30-45 minutes each, which are viewable through the Department of Continuing Medical Education at HFHS.
Upon completion of the twelve courses users should be familiar with three common study designs: cohort, case-control and randomized controlled. They should be comfortable with bio statistical and epidemiological terminology and methods commonly found in the medical literature, and should be able to use this knowledge to interpret findings in medical literature into daily practice and research.
To register, go to the upcoming events section of the Henry Ford CME website.