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Better Evaluation of Evidence and Statistics (BEES) Course

 

The Better Evaluation of Evidence and Statistics (BEES) Course for 'Getting to Grips with Evidence Based Dermatology' is a co-badged with the British Association of Dermatologists.

The aims of the course are to help:

a) improve your skills at critical appraisal when reading dermatological literature, and 

b) improve your ability to design and participate in clinical research projects.

Date

The course will be held on-line and will run over 3 weeks on the following days:

Monday 8th March 2021
Tuesday 16th March 2021
Wednesday 24th March 2021

Cost

£199 early bird booking before 31st December 2020.
£249 from 1st January 2021.

Registration will close on 12th February 2021

Number of places

24

 

Online registration

 

Is this course for you?

The course is taught by Professor Hywel Williams in collaboration with epidemiologists and statisticians from The University of Nottingham.

Dermatological examples are used to illustrate concepts throughout the course. It is a 3-day on-line course which is hard work, but good fun.

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More information

The course uses the principles of epidemiology and statistics such as chance, bias and confounding to provide a framework to achieve these aims. (See programme outline.)

The main taught elements of dermato-epidemiology and statistics are part of the UK specialist trainee curriculum (see the BAD website).

The course may also appeal to consultants who wish to improve their skills at critically appraising published clinical trials and also statistics in general.

Overseas dermatology trainees are always welcome, including those from a veterinary background. 

 

Enquiries 

For further details, please contact:

Barbara Maston
Centre of Evidence Based Dermatology,
The University of Nottingham
King's Meadow Campus
Lenton Lane
Nottingham, NG7 2NR

 

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De Vere Jubilee Conference Centre

The University of Nottingham
Jubilee Campus
Nottingham
NG7 2TU