CPH: "Data Management and Analysis Using Epi Info"

Date: 
October 16, 2018 to October 18, 2018
Sponsor/Organizer: 
College of Public Health

 

Organizer: Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics (DEBs), College of Public Health

 

The Epi Info 7 Training is a three-day training course focusing on introducing the participants to various functionalities of Epi Info including its form designer, data entry, analysis, and mobile version. Epi Info is an open source software developed by the USA Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). It is user-friendly and can be applied to conduct statistical tests. The short course has the following objectives:

1. To create an electronic data collection form using Epi Info
2. To enter and process data using Epi Info
3. To use electronic Epi Info forms in mobile phones for data collection
4. To perform the following statistical analyses using Epi Info:
a. Numerical Data Analysis
b. Categorical Data Analysis
c. Linear Regression
d. Logistic Regression

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Researchers, physicians, clinicians, public health professionals, and students and lecturers in biostatistics, epidemiology and bio-medical sciences from public and private institutions who wish to increase their familiarity and skills in creating electronic data collection forms and gain experience in biostatistical analysis including multivariable regression models.

 

Course Fee: ₱8,000.00
Discounted Rate:  ₱7,500 (for those who register on or before 18 August 2018)
This covers the course materials, lunch and AM/PM snacks, and the certificate of training.  The last day of registration is on 18 September 2018.
In event that DEBs-CPH does not have sufficient number of participants by the end of registration, the short course may be cancelled and registered participants will get a full refund of their registration fee.    
 
For registration and other details, please click tinyurl.com/DEBsShortCourses. For other inquiries, kindly email the unit at debs.cph@up.edu.ph or call Mr. Teddy Mondres at (02) 526-0784 or (02) 524-7118.