Clinical Research Methods
Our courses in clinical research methods, directed by Hamisu Salihu, M.D., Ph.D., are tailored for the busy healthcare professional who would like to review and discuss important fundamental concepts in research methodology. The courses will be held in an engaging environment where participants will have the opportunity to learn from an expert medical researcher who has published hundreds of papers and successfully acquired many federal grants.
Beginner’s Course: Clinical Research Methods
The class consists of four modules that will provide a comprehensive overview of the fundamentals of clinical research methods. The course will review basic statistical techniques supplemented by class exercises to give participants hands-on experience in SAS.
Intermediate Course: Training in Analysis of Continuous and Categorical Outcome Data
The class consists of four modules that will focus on providing hands-on competency with respect to the most common statistical procedures used to analyze continuous and categorical data, along with an overview on confounding, effect modification, and interaction. All analyses will be conducted using SAS software.
Online Lectures: Fundamentals of Clinical Research Methods-Study Designs
This is an online preliminary beginners course for anyone interested in acquiring fundamental knowledge about clinical research methods as well as skills in calculating basic statistical measures commonly utilized in clinical research.
We also offer specialized services to corporations and companies in the area of big data analysis. Services include corporate analysis and reporting, projections for entities including corporations and institutions, as well as cost-effectiveness analysis. Typically, due to the complex nature of these services, we charge $250 per hour with an upfront refundable deposit of $3,500. Please email Dr. Salihu at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
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