Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland Coláiste Ríoga na Máinleá in Éirinn

Research Study Design and Introduction to Statistics

Overview

This course is designed to up-skill clinicians in a range of competencies relating to healthcare research, particularly in relation to the fundamentals of study design, protocol development and getting research published.

The course will introduce statistics so that it can be easily understood when reading peer review journals and can be incorporated into your own studies.

Upcoming course dates

  • Friday, 6 October 2018 (9.30am - 5pm)
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Learning objectives

  • Understand the principals of reporting guidelines
  • Have a clear knowledge of the principal study designs used in research
  • Explore a clear research question for your protocol
  • Avoid bias and confounding factors where possible in your study
  • Understand the statistics used in the literature
  • Calculate basic ‘likelihood estimations’
  • Understand the importance of Confidence intervals, Linear regression and correlation
Who is this course suitable for? SHOs and registrars in all surgical specialities
Fee Free for eligible NCHDs on the CPDSS programme or €300 for others.
Faculty Dr Rose Galvin, University of Limerick
CPD points 7.5
Location RCSI, 5th floor, No. 26 York Street, Dublin 2, Ireland.
Contact us cpdss@rcsi.com

Student testimonials

  • Good presentation of the subject – the lecturer was well knowledgeable regarding the subject"
  • I learnt a lot. Instructor was very clear in imparting complicated concepts"