Intermediate Statistics for Health Sciences Research

This course is designed to: introduce graduate level students to intermediate quantitative statistical methods form foundations for more advanced courses, and apply statistical methods to research problems encountered in nursing and other health professions.

The course will cover fundamentals of linear regression, logistic regression analysis, survival analyses, analysis of variance and an introduction to structural equation modelling. Students will also learn to use SPSS software. At the end of the course, students will be able to define and use the inferential statistics taught in this course, to analyze real data, present the data in a format suitable for peer-reviewed publication, and to interpret the results.

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