Research in Action: The Quantitative Approach

University College London (UCL) / Centre for International Child Health
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02.02.2009 - 20.02.2009  London
Please note that the first two weeks will consist of contact and non contact hours such as lecturers, seminars, group presentations and self study. The third week will be reserved for self study and any extra group work that may be required. It will also
 
Course Content
Provides a detailed understanding of the principles and concepts of quantitative research methods, including statistics, epidemiology and an introduction to statistical and epidemiological computing. Focuses on defining research questions and problems, and critical analysis of scientific papers.
Target Audience
Health professionals and managers working in the area of development, disability and international child health
Qualifications
English language proficiency, professional work experience
Local Organizer
UCL Centre for International Health and Development
Notes
Candidates can take this module as an unassessed short course student, £600 or an assessed taster course student, £650
Languages
English
Fees
GBP 600-650
Organizer contact info
30 Guilford Street
WC1N 1EH London
United Kingdom
 
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