Missing Data in Clinical Trials: Key Concepts and Recommendations for Practice
This presentation explains key concepts surrounding missing data in health research with a focus on clinical trials. Missing data is frequently considered a statistician’s problem, but this presentation aims to unravel issues of missingness for all members of the research team in order to promote best practices for planning and analyzing clinical trials.
Emily Slade, Ph.D.,
Assistant Professor of Biostatistics
The BERD will be available for short consultations or questions on study design, data analysis, statistical software questions, proposal development and/or writing, or any other statistical questions. Full consultations may be scheduled in follow-up to questions asked during this time.
Registration is Required. Email firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, October 26, 2018. If you require special physical arrangements to attend this program, please call 323-8545.