Professional Development: Statistical Reasoning for Public Health 1: Estimation, Inference, & Interpretation

Do you work with statistics as part of your job? Could you use a refresher on some of the most commonly used methods from basic statistics? Want it with a public health lens? Then this course might be of interest to you!

In this class, you’ll learn about continuous data measures, normal distribution, binary data, time to event (survival) data, sampling distribution, confidence intervals, and hypothesis testing. This course was created by Johns Hopkins University. It’s taught by John McGready, PhD, an Associate Scientist in Biostatistics at the Bloomberg School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins University.

Dates: Sep 26-Nov 27 (8 weeks of study)
Time needed: 2-3 hours/week
Cost: Free; with a Course Certificate available for $49

You can find out more about this course by going here.