95728 Introduction to Health Statistics6cp; 12hpw, computer lab, on campus
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36200 Arguments, Evidence and Intuition
The correct use and interpretation of data is important for planning and decision making in public health and the health system. Students undertaking this subject establish the knowledge and skills required to analyse and interpret health data, and to critically evaluate the results of epidemiological studies. This subject covers the most common statistical concepts and tests used in health science including descriptive and inferential statistics. Learning in the subject focuses on the interpretation of output and the appropriate use of methods of analysis rather than computing or programming skills. On completion of this subject, students are able to select the appropriate statistical analyses taking research questions and study designs into account.
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