The course deals with the most common statistical methods in biostatistics. The main focus of the course is that the students should be able to know when to use a certain test and correctly interpret the results from a statistical program. Some aspects of study design in experimental, clinical and observational studies are also discussed as well as aspects of validity, errors and power analysis.

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Admission requirements

General requirements for studies on third-cycle education courses

Specific requirements:

Basic knowledge of statistical terms and concepts, and of descriptive statistics is required. To make sure that you have basic knowledge, perform the assessment provided below. If you have difficulties answering the questions we recommend that you prepare by reading some of the suggested literature or acquire knowledge using the link provided.