Regression methods for health data analysis Using SPSS – Online course

Dec 07 - Dec 17, 2021

Workshop objectives:

Regression is perhaps the most widely used statistical technique in public health data analysis. It helps to understand the relationships such as causation and confounding. Regression models can also be used to predict actual outcomes.

In this course you will learn how to derive Linear, Logistic and Cox regression models, how to use SPSS software to implement them, and what assumptions underlie the models. You will also learn how to test whether your data meets those assumptions, what can be done when those assumptions are not met, and strategies to build and understand useful models.

 

Schedule:

Workshop 1  -  Multiple linear regression

                           7-10th December 2021; 3 to 5pm

Workshop 2  - Logistic and Cox regression methods

                         14 – 17th December 2021; 3 to 5pm

Who should attend:

All health science researchers who have a basic knowledge on statistical methods and desirous to improve their understanding on relationship modelling using regression methods using SPSS software.

Resource Persons:

Faculties from St. John’s Medical College and St. John’s Research institute, Bangalore.

Registration

Filled registration form (www.sjri.res.in) should be submitted by 5th December 2021.To fill the form CLICK HERE

Course Fee - Rs.2950/- (including 18% GST) for each workshop. Fee is to be paid along with the registration form by NEFT

Bank Account Details 

Beneficiary name: St.John’s Research Institute

Bank name: Bank of Baroda

A/c no: 05210100024920  Branch: John Nagar

St.John’s Medical College,Bangalore-560034

IFSC code:BARB0STJOHN(5th digit Zero)

For further enquiry and registration,

Dr. Tinku Thomas
Course Director
Professor & Head
Dept. of Biostatistics
SJRI & SJMC                                                                                                         

Mrs. Sumithra Selvam
Course coordinator
Senior Resident
Division of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, SJRI

Secretariate: Shameem: contact:09538147676

email: biostatws@stjohns.in 

Attachments

Brochure PDF-2.pdf