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Surrey Informatics Summer School

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Who is www.fleckviehgeneticsea.com SISS for:

  1. 1. People wishing to conduct quality improvement programmes, service evaluation or research using routine data
    1. Doctoral and potential doctoral students (considering or) conducting research using routine health data
    2. Leader or analysts within health care providers or commissioners wanting to www.fleckviehgeneticsea.com analyse health care data
    3. Data analysts or medical records staff looking to extend their skills
    4. Public health trainees and specialists
    5. Social sciences and social care students wishing to work with health data
    6. 2. International delegates are especially welcome –  although we will use UK health data for analysis we will also include standard internationally used systems.

Learning outcomes….

  1. 1. People who want to learn hands on how to sort, clean process and describe health data
  2. 2. Develop statistical analysis skills and introducing modelling and simulations

Who will be teaching on the course:  Leading informatics academics and canada cheap cialis practitioners with international reputations for their expertise in the field.

Prof Simon de Lusignan
Prof Simon Jones
Dr Tom Chan
Dr John Williams

Click here for information specific to: SISS 2012 – 9th to 14th July – University of Surrey 

Click here for information specific to: SISS 2013 – 30th June to 6th July – University of Surrey

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