Increasingly, public sector organisations are turning to statistics to help drive performance, improve decision making and deliver better services. With this growing dependency on statistics, there is an increasing need for more professionals to be able to think in a more statistical way.
By attending this virtual Understanding Statistical Analysis course, delivered by statistician Alex Bottle, gain the skills to mitigate risk when making decisions, confidently interpret data-based reports and develop simple but effective forecasting strategies.
This course gives an overview and understanding of how to make more effective decisions based on statistical reports produced by analysts and researchers.
Please note we will use Zoom to deliver this course.
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Alex is an experienced statistician, speaker and tutor who uses a range of data sources and presentational methods to help hospitals and clinicians improve their performance.
After his first job as a statistician with a large pharmaceutical company, Alex moved to Imperial College London and gained a PhD in Epidemiology. He was seconded to the Shipman Public Inquiry to investigate how statistics could be used to detect GPs like Shipman with high death rates. Since 2002, his research has focused on measuring the quality and safety of healthcare using large databases and on helping clinicians ...