Intermediate epidemiological concepts and topics building upon learning that has taken place in the introductory epidemiology module; further study design (including different types of trials); Consort guidelines; Stratification and standardisation of rates; Good clinical practice principles; DAGs; Structural equation modelling; systematic reviews including meta-analysis techniques and methods; Principle components analysis; Propensity score matching; case-cross-over designs; polytomous regression; exact logistic regression; predictive models; repeated measurements (GEE and also fixed/random effects models).
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