Epidemiology and Biostatistics: Introduction
Epidemiology and Biostatistics: Introduction

Epidemiology and Biostatistics: Introduction

by Raywat Deonandan, PhD

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This course will cover all of the following, essential concepts:

  • Observational Epidemiology
  • Critical Thinking and Evidence Based Medicine
  • Study Design Types
  • Evidence Pyramid and Level of Evidence
  • Framing a Research Question

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Course Details

  • Videos 13
  • Duration 0:52 h
  • Quiz questions 28
  • Articles 3

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Your Educators of course Epidemiology and Biostatistics: Introduction

 Raywat Deonandan, PhD

Raywat Deonandan, PhD

Dr. Raywat Deonandan is an Assistant Professor of Health Sciences at the University of Ottawa, an epidemiologist, a global health researcher, and best-selling novelist. His research interests include the epidemiological trends in global burdens of disease, the social and moral dimensions of risk perception, and other global health related topics. Furthermore, Dr. Deonandan is an award-winning journalist with features in the Toronto Star, the Huffington Post and other publications. Presently, he sits on the Board of Directors of the Canadian Society of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, and is the founder and Executive Editor of the Interdisciplinary Journal of Health Sciences.
Dr. Deonandan is keenly interested in spreading knowledge about epidemiology globally, be it through social media or via innovative teaching metho
ds.

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Great course
By Mohammed B. on 23. July 2020 for Epidemiology and Biostatistics: Introduction

I chose this rate because this doctor is incredible and this is the first time I understand biostatistics and epidemiology. He just needs to put more examples in the videos.

 
Gold Standard lectures
By ashwini m. on 05. July 2020 for Learning Outcomes – Critical Thinking and Evidence Based Medicine (EBM)

Cheers to my research question - P - Medical Students and Graduates , I - Dr. Raywat Deonandan Videos, C - other videos, O - Understanding Core Epidemiology and its concepts :) , Amazing Lectures , Thank you so much Dr.Raywat .

 
Thank you l like it
By andre g. on 29. June 2020 for Epidemiology and Biostatistics: Introduction

Hi These lectures contain the necessary main points in the epidemiologic domain which are going tp be a complementally aid in the medical field knowledge.

 
My reation to the course.
By Ivor S. on 31. May 2020 for Epidemiology and Biostatistics: Introduction

In my student days in the 1950’s Statistics was a chore. It is only when I had some data of my own was it interesting. But it was the event of electronic calculators and later computers that got me interested again in Maths. The greater part of my professional career in Nuclear Medicine again stimulated an interest in both maths and the physical sciences. Latter, I became interested in heath effects of the radiation of populations. Especially, of interest to me was the debate, still on-going of the, ‘No Linear Threshold.’ I understand very useful from the point of view of setting regulatory standards. Useless from the point of view of predicting deaths from low level radiation. Of course, this was formulated prior to contemporary ideas of cell biology. To return to your lecture series, it is of great interest to me as to the definitions used in epidemiology. Thank you for a stimulating series