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Statistical methods for diagnostic accuracy in medical research

Worcester College, Oxford

Final day of three days of diagnostic evidence workshops organised by the National Institute for Health Research Community Healthcare Medtech and In vitro diagnostics Co-operative (MIC).

Aimed at all involved in diagnostic tests including people working in industry, academia, research funding and regulatory affairs.

Topics covered include how to obtain regulatory approval, how NICE evaluates new diagnostic technology, how to collect evidence to support adoption in routine clinical practice and different study designs, cost effectiveness analysis and statistical methods for evaluating diagnostic accuracy.

The day 3 workshop is designed for researchers who want to analyse their own diagnostic accuracy data. The content is geared towards teaching “how to” rather than “why” and will make extensive use of practical sessions using the popular R statistical software.

Find out about day 1 content here and day 2 here.

Further information and booking details here.