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Professionals, academics, and graduate students from health and social sciences are invited to attend the Summer Institute of Clinical Health Research program, June 22 to 26. Professionals, academics, and graduate students from health and social sciences are invited to attend the Summer Institute of Clinical Health Research program, June 22 to 26.

Summer program promises insight into clinical health research

The Faculty of Nursing in collaboration with the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry - Windsor Program is inviting professionals, academics, and graduate students from health and social sciences to attend the Summer Institute of Clinical Health Research program, June 22 to 26.

“The intensive course provides participants with the principles and applications of conducting clinical health research,” says Maher M. El-Masri, Professor and Research Chair in the Faculty of Nursing.

Upon completion of the program, Dr. El-Masri says participants will be able to make sound judgements on the merits of clinical health research that includes qualitative evaluation, case-control, cohort, and meta-analysis study designs.

“They will have a better understanding of issues such as clinical versus statistical significance, measures of clinical outcomes, confounding, and bias, effect moderation, and publication bias.”

For more information, including registration, please read the program’s brochure, or contact El-Masri at 519-253-3000, ext. 2400, e-mail: melmasri@uwindsor.ca.

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