In York, I lead and teach an M.Sc. module in Clinical Biostatistics and lead and jointly teach a module on Measurement in Health and Disease. I also contribute sessions to M.Sc. modules in Research Methods, Strategies for Clinical Decision Making, Critical Appraisal, Management of Diabetes, and Systematic Reviews.
I also contribute to short course on Clinical Trials, Statistics for Clinical Trials, and Epidemiology and Statistics.
In the past, I have taught many courses in statistics and research methods for students of medicine, nursing, biomedical science, physiotherapy, public health, diagnostic radiography, therapeutic radiography, and health sciences at both the undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
My St. George's course in research and critical skills, including statistics, for health care students is available online.
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