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A Five-Day Short Course on Methodological and Statistical Issues in Clinical HIV Research
17 July, 2017
This five day workshop will be run by the HIV Epidemiology and Statistics Group, Royal Free Centre for HIV Medicine, University College London (UCL) Medical School and will take place in the Lower Ground Floor Training Rooms 1 & 2, Royal Free Campus, Rowland Hill Street, London, NW3 2PF.
The course is for healthcare professionals and those working in the pharmaceutical industry, who have an interest in HIV. It is aimed at those with little or no prior statistical knowledge and will include:
- Basic introduction to statistical techniques and hypothesis testing
- The use of survival analysis in studies of HIV infection
- The design and analysis of randomised controlled trials for antiretroviral therapy
- The role of observational studies in HIV infection
- The analysis of HIV RNA data and the use of surrogate marker endpoints in HIV clinical trials
The course is led by Prof Caroline Sabin. Course tutors will include Prof Andrew Phillips, Prof Amanda Mocroft and Dr Fiona Lampe. The course will be interactive and informal. In order to maintain a low participant to tutor ratio, numbers will also be limited.
NHS/Academic: £ 500
Pharmaceutical Industry: £1200
For further information please contact: Pat Withington
Tel: 020 7794 0500, ext. 34871; email: firstname.lastname@example.org