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 December 2016January 2017
Friday, December 23, 2016
International Workshop On Clinical Data Analytics (WCDA 2016) (All Day)


Organizer

Indian Institute of Public Health (IIPH) Hyderabad

Sponsor

International Indian Statistical Association (IISA)

Co-sponsor

Indian Association for Statistics in Clinical Trials (IASCT)

December 23, 2016 - IIPH Hyderabad

About the course

Clinical data analytics is increasingly used to generate novel information about existing and emerging treatments or other areas that are of interest to academicians, researchers, and scientists toward improving the health of their populations. WCDA 2016 aims to bring together academicians, clinicians, researchers and other professionals engaged in the field of clinical data analytics toward developing a shared understanding of some of the most current knowledge and tools available in clinical data analytics.

About the participants

Statisticians, healthcare data analysts, epidemiologists, clinical practitioners and professionals from the pharmaceutical, biotech, diagnostics and clinical research industries. Doctoral students and research fellows are welcome. Seating is limited. Early bird and student discounts are available. Registered attendees will receive a Certificate of Participation.

Organizers

Chair - Prof. Saumyadipta Pyne, IIPH Hyderabad
Convener - Dr. Meghana V. Aruru, IIPH Hyderabad

URL - www.healthanalytics.co.in/WCDA

Registration

Rs. 2000 general registration fees.
Rs. 1600 for members of IISA, IASCT and CSI.
Rs. 1000 for doctoral students and research fellows.
Rs. 1400 early bird registration by Nov. 15 (strict deadline).

To register, send an email to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it with Subject "WCDA Registration".

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Monday, December 26, 2016



Data Analysis Using SPSS (8:00 AM)
Date: 26th to 29th December 2016 – 4 days
Last date for receipt of applications – 23rd December 2016

Introduction:

Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) is one of the most user friendly statistical software for researchers providing visualization and data analytical tools for mining data. Data visualization and analysis forms one of the crucial steps in mining information.

Expectation:

  • The workshop is expected to be at a very interactive level. Most of the teaching would be hands on based on data sets from varied disciplines. This workshop would be rigorous and participants are expected to bring their own laptops. Participants should have SPSS software installed on their laptops.
  • Anybody with an interest in scientific method and working on quantitative data can apply. The number of candidates would be limited to 20. No formal knowledge of graduate school mathematics is assumed but the participants should be open to analytical research with the ability to reason precisely.

Highlights:

The topics that will be covered during the training workshop include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Sources and organization of data.
  • Descriptive Statistics – Summarizing data graphically, numerically – Measures of Central Tendency and Variability; Summarizing Multivariate data – Association between numerical variables; association between categorical variables
  • Inferential Statistics – Answering questions about population characteristics, differences between two populations, inference on categorical data
  • ANOVA – Comparison of several populations
  • Regression – Simple Linear Regression & Multiple Linear Regression

Both classroom and practical sessions will be used to impart training.


Objectives:

This course will introduce the software to the participants and will facilitate them to analyze data using SPSS.


Who should apply?:

  • Health practitioners, social development professionals and academic researchers.
  • Public health, biomedical and clinical research professionals.
  • Students and young scientists interested in learning the basics of research.

Course fee includes tuition fee, lunch and tea & snacks (twice)

Rs.6400/- for working professionals and Rs.3200/- for students. 10% discount for PHFI / IIPH staff


Accommodation, on request, can be facilitated by us, but this is subject to availability of rooms.

For registering yourself as participants kindly fill in the attached application form and mail the scanned copy to Ms.Nagalakshmi on This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or for any queries related to the course please call on 040 49006054.

Download Brochure Download Application Form

Tuesday, December 27, 2016



Data Analysis Using SPSS (8:00 AM)
Date: 26th to 29th December 2016 – 4 days
Last date for receipt of applications – 23rd December 2016

Introduction:

Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) is one of the most user friendly statistical software for researchers providing visualization and data analytical tools for mining data. Data visualization and analysis forms one of the crucial steps in mining information.

Expectation:

  • The workshop is expected to be at a very interactive level. Most of the teaching would be hands on based on data sets from varied disciplines. This workshop would be rigorous and participants are expected to bring their own laptops. Participants should have SPSS software installed on their laptops.
  • Anybody with an interest in scientific method and working on quantitative data can apply. The number of candidates would be limited to 20. No formal knowledge of graduate school mathematics is assumed but the participants should be open to analytical research with the ability to reason precisely.

Highlights:

The topics that will be covered during the training workshop include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Sources and organization of data.
  • Descriptive Statistics – Summarizing data graphically, numerically – Measures of Central Tendency and Variability; Summarizing Multivariate data – Association between numerical variables; association between categorical variables
  • Inferential Statistics – Answering questions about population characteristics, differences between two populations, inference on categorical data
  • ANOVA – Comparison of several populations
  • Regression – Simple Linear Regression & Multiple Linear Regression

Both classroom and practical sessions will be used to impart training.


Objectives:

This course will introduce the software to the participants and will facilitate them to analyze data using SPSS.


Who should apply?:

  • Health practitioners, social development professionals and academic researchers.
  • Public health, biomedical and clinical research professionals.
  • Students and young scientists interested in learning the basics of research.

Course fee includes tuition fee, lunch and tea & snacks (twice)

Rs.6400/- for working professionals and Rs.3200/- for students. 10% discount for PHFI / IIPH staff


Accommodation, on request, can be facilitated by us, but this is subject to availability of rooms.

For registering yourself as participants kindly fill in the attached application form and mail the scanned copy to Ms.Nagalakshmi on This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or for any queries related to the course please call on 040 49006054.

Download Brochure Download Application Form

Wednesday, December 28, 2016



Data Analysis Using SPSS (8:00 AM)
Date: 26th to 29th December 2016 – 4 days
Last date for receipt of applications – 23rd December 2016

Introduction:

Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) is one of the most user friendly statistical software for researchers providing visualization and data analytical tools for mining data. Data visualization and analysis forms one of the crucial steps in mining information.

Expectation:

  • The workshop is expected to be at a very interactive level. Most of the teaching would be hands on based on data sets from varied disciplines. This workshop would be rigorous and participants are expected to bring their own laptops. Participants should have SPSS software installed on their laptops.
  • Anybody with an interest in scientific method and working on quantitative data can apply. The number of candidates would be limited to 20. No formal knowledge of graduate school mathematics is assumed but the participants should be open to analytical research with the ability to reason precisely.

Highlights:

The topics that will be covered during the training workshop include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Sources and organization of data.
  • Descriptive Statistics – Summarizing data graphically, numerically – Measures of Central Tendency and Variability; Summarizing Multivariate data – Association between numerical variables; association between categorical variables
  • Inferential Statistics – Answering questions about population characteristics, differences between two populations, inference on categorical data
  • ANOVA – Comparison of several populations
  • Regression – Simple Linear Regression & Multiple Linear Regression

Both classroom and practical sessions will be used to impart training.


Objectives:

This course will introduce the software to the participants and will facilitate them to analyze data using SPSS.


Who should apply?:

  • Health practitioners, social development professionals and academic researchers.
  • Public health, biomedical and clinical research professionals.
  • Students and young scientists interested in learning the basics of research.

Course fee includes tuition fee, lunch and tea & snacks (twice)

Rs.6400/- for working professionals and Rs.3200/- for students. 10% discount for PHFI / IIPH staff


Accommodation, on request, can be facilitated by us, but this is subject to availability of rooms.

For registering yourself as participants kindly fill in the attached application form and mail the scanned copy to Ms.Nagalakshmi on This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or for any queries related to the course please call on 040 49006054.

Download Brochure Download Application Form

Thursday, December 29, 2016



Data Analysis Using SPSS (8:00 AM)
Date: 26th to 29th December 2016 – 4 days
Last date for receipt of applications – 23rd December 2016

Introduction:

Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) is one of the most user friendly statistical software for researchers providing visualization and data analytical tools for mining data. Data visualization and analysis forms one of the crucial steps in mining information.

Expectation:

  • The workshop is expected to be at a very interactive level. Most of the teaching would be hands on based on data sets from varied disciplines. This workshop would be rigorous and participants are expected to bring their own laptops. Participants should have SPSS software installed on their laptops.
  • Anybody with an interest in scientific method and working on quantitative data can apply. The number of candidates would be limited to 20. No formal knowledge of graduate school mathematics is assumed but the participants should be open to analytical research with the ability to reason precisely.

Highlights:

The topics that will be covered during the training workshop include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Sources and organization of data.
  • Descriptive Statistics – Summarizing data graphically, numerically – Measures of Central Tendency and Variability; Summarizing Multivariate data – Association between numerical variables; association between categorical variables
  • Inferential Statistics – Answering questions about population characteristics, differences between two populations, inference on categorical data
  • ANOVA – Comparison of several populations
  • Regression – Simple Linear Regression & Multiple Linear Regression

Both classroom and practical sessions will be used to impart training.


Objectives:

This course will introduce the software to the participants and will facilitate them to analyze data using SPSS.


Who should apply?:

  • Health practitioners, social development professionals and academic researchers.
  • Public health, biomedical and clinical research professionals.
  • Students and young scientists interested in learning the basics of research.

Course fee includes tuition fee, lunch and tea & snacks (twice)

Rs.6400/- for working professionals and Rs.3200/- for students. 10% discount for PHFI / IIPH staff


Accommodation, on request, can be facilitated by us, but this is subject to availability of rooms.

For registering yourself as participants kindly fill in the attached application form and mail the scanned copy to Ms.Nagalakshmi on This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or for any queries related to the course please call on 040 49006054.

Download Brochure Download Application Form

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