Basics of Biostatistics

Dr. Mohamed Sokary

Head of Medical Department

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20 lectures 04:41:54 hours 1 Downloadable resources Full lifetime access Certificate of Completion In Arabic & English Created at: 2022-02-20 16:00:58 Updated at: 2022-12-04 04:32:03
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This course includes :

04:41:54 hours On-demand videos 1 Downloadable resources Full lifetime access Certificate of Completion In Arabic & English Created at: 2022-02-20 16:00:58 Updated at: 2022-12-04 04:32:03

You Will Learn

  • Describe the differences between descriptive and inferential statistics.
  • Identify different types of data (nominal, ordinal, continuous [ratio and interval]) to determine an appropriate type of statistical test on the basis of the sample distribution, data type, and study design.
  • Describe strengths and limitations of different types of measures of central tendency (mean,  median, and mode) and data spread (standard deviation, standard error of the mean, range, and inter-quartile range).
  • Describe the concepts of normal distribution and the associated parameters that describe the distribution.
  • Describe hypothesis testing, and state the meaning of and distinguish between p-values and confidence intervals.
  • Interpret statistical significance for results from commonly used statistical tests.
  • Describe the similarities and differences between statistical tests, and state how to apply them appropriately.
  • Identify the use of survival analysis and different ways to perform and report it.

Description


Biostatistics is the application of statistical reasoning to the life sciences, and it is the key to unlocking the data gathered by researchers and the evidence presented in the scientific literature.
Biostatistics is an essential skill for every public health researcher because it provides a set of precise methods for extracting meaningful conclusions from data.
Those who complete the course will be able to read and respond to the scientific literature, including the Methods and Results sections, in public health, medicine, biological science, and related fields

Basics of Biostatistics

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Lec 1 Introduction
Lec 2 Steps To Analysis (Type Of The Data)
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Lec 3 Steps To Analysis (Distribution Of Data)
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10:36

Lec 4 Steps To Analysis (Type Of Statistics)
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13:43

Lec 5 Descriptive Statistics (Mean)
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09:45

Lec 6 Descriptive Statistics (Median/Mode Dispersion)
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10:24

Lec 7 Descriptive Statistics (Dispersion/Range/Percentage)
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08:32

Lec 8 Data Distribution (Normal Distribution)
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11:25

Lec 9 CI
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18:43

Lec 10 Hypothesis Testing
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11:47

Lec 11 Alpha Error (Type 1 Error)
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17:14

Lec 12 Alpha Error (Type 1 Error and P Value)
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12:50

Lec 13 Type 2 Error
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16:47

Lec 14 Confidence Interval Versus Hypothesis Testing
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08:30

Lec 15 Statistical Tests (Univariate, Bivariate, and Multivariate)
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17:05

Lec 16 Parametric Tests
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17:39

Lec 17 Nonparametric Tests and Correlation
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20:56

Lec 18 Regression
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Lec 19 Survial Analysis
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21:22

Lec 20 OR,RR and HR
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15:58

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