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The day-to-day collaboration between the researchers in Public Health and Biostatistics at the School reveals unified topics that cut across many applications. This series of presentations:

Introduces the topics that show empirically to be most important in these collaborations; and
emphasizes concepts over details, through recent applications in Public Health.

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The day-to-day collaboration between the researchers in Public Health and Biostatistics at the School reveals unified topics that cut across many applications. This series of presentations:

Introduces the topics that show empirically to be most important in these collaborations; and
emphasizes concepts over details, through recent applications in Public Health.

Course Curriculum

    • How to Display Data Badly 03:00:00
    • The Weighting Game 03:00:00
    • What Do We Mean by Cause and Effect in Public Health? 03:00:00
    • Prediction: Using Statistics to Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is 03:00:00
    • The Standard Error of the Lab Scientist … And Other Common Statistical Misconceptions in Scientific Literature 03:00:00
    • Is Biostatistics Necessary? A Non-Systematic Review of the Evidence 03:00:00
    • How to Choose the Wrong Model 03:00:00

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