BIOS6150

Work Placement Project A

10 Units

Students will gain experience as an applied medical statistician working with a team of clinicians and/or researchers. They will apply the knowledge and skills gained during their masters coursework to a real life research project.

Faculty Faculty of Health and Medicine
School School of Medicine and Public Health
Availability

Not currently offered

Learning Outcomes

On successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

  1. Have a greater ability to understand and solve real-world medical statistics problems;
  2. Be able to participate in a research team as a medical statistician;
  3. Produce a publication-ready draft manuscript, thus increasing their written communication skills and employment prospects.
Content

Students will learn to apply statistical methods by undertaking a research project in a topic of their choice. Students will be supervised by one or more health researchers, and have access to advice from a statistician. Students will generate a report in the form of a journal article for assessment. Many student projects will culminate in a published research manuscript that can be included in their CV.

 

 

 

Assumed Knowledge Students need to have completed a minimum of 30 units, including Computational Statistics/Data Management (BIOS6010), Foundations of Probability Theory (BIOS6170) and Linear Regression Modeling (BIOS6070).
Assessment Items
  • Project: Projects

Contact Hours Not currently offered
Timetable 2017 Course Timetables for BIOS6150
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