In the post p<0.05 era, scientific argumentation is not based on whether a p-value is small enough or not. Attention is paid to effect sizes and confidence intervals. Evidence is thought of as being continuous rather than some sort of dichotomy
An extraordinary workshop
Our ECEBM team is overwhelmed by the marvelous feedback following the first workshop of the new academic year. The feedback exceeded our expectations.
Fundamentals of Clinical Research
This fundamental day is for investigators wishing to gain knowledge on aspects of clinical research design, methods, conduct and interpretation
Tip of the Day: Measurement scales
Measurement scales can be classified according to the types of operation they allow to be undertaken. There are four types of measurement scale: nominal, ordinal, interval and ratio. These scales are mentioned in a particular order, such that each scale type includes all the properties and characteristics of the preceding ones. Nominal scales are thus … Continue reading Tip of the Day: Measurement scales
The workshop will cover Concept Development Process and Experimental Design Process. The workshop will provide each trainee with an opportunity to formulate a research question, develop the research hypothesis, and determine the appropriate research methods. Tutor: Prof. Ashraf Fawzy Nabhan Date: Sunday 9 - September - 2012 Venue: Faculty of Medicine, Cairo University Session 1: … Continue reading Outcomes Research