Statistics for nutrition research
THIS WORKSHOP IS NOW FULLY-BOOKED
DATE & TIME
12 September 2013 Registration deadline is Thursday 5 September
09.00 – 17.00
University of Westminster, London, UK
This one day workshop is aimed at those with a BSc level knowledge of statistical concepts who are looking to improve and more effectively apply it to research. The objective of the workshop is to cover important topics in statistics for nutrition research. After the workshop delegates will be able to:
- Make informed decisions about the design and analysis of research
- Effectively present and share data using reporting methods
- Demonstrate a wider understanding of a range of modelling outcomes, such as analysis of variance and regression
- Recognise potential statistical errors when planning an experiment and identify methods to overcome problems
- Demonstrate understanding of study design and be able to discuss modelling outcomes
- Be able to assist in planning and/or supervising research
- Demonstrate an improved understanding in the use of SPSS
The workshop will be held in computer labs with SPSS 19 software installed to include worked examples and problem solving.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
This workshop benefits those seeking to improve their knowledge and understanding of statistics as applied to food and nutrition research. Registration is open to all, from postgraduates to more advanced researchers and practising professionals. Basic concepts of statistics will be reviewed as part of the workshop; however, delegates are required to have completed a statistics module as part of their degree course.
CONTINUOUS PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT (CPD)
This workshop is endorsed for CPD by the Association for Nutrition.