HSRAANZ – Using Research to Improve Health Services – Systems #conference #number #services
HSRAANZ Webinar 27 April 2017 – Still time to register. – t.co/e7jM2uiKwO Thu Jun 08 06:12:19 +0000 2017
Practice nurse-led weight management in Australian general practice is feasible, acceptable and patients and profess t.co/tSix7nPV86 Thu Jun 08 02:48:31 +0000 2017
High Value Data Collections Project – National Survey of Researchers – HSRAANZ t.co/r1qWK8GeGo Thu Jun 08 02:47:40 +0000 2017
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Drawing insights from the works of brilliant statisticians, such as Fisher, Neyman, Pearson, Lindley, Birnbaum, Pratt, Raiffa, Good and Tukey, Dr Catalin Tufanaru from the Joanna Briggs Institute (JBI), Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, University of Adelaide will present the fundamental issues related to the debate regarding the distinction between conclusions and decisions in quantitative research. The webinar discusses ideas and implications relevant to health researchers, practitioners and policy-makers (no mathematical formulas are presented). ‘Decisions’ and ‘conclusions’ are defined, and their meanings and implications for quantitative research are discussed. Significance testing, hypotheses testing and confidence intervals are examined from the ‘conclusions versus decisions’ perspective. Examples are discussed and suggestions for best practice in quantitative research are proposed.
The recording of this webinar held on 18 May is now available. It features:
Robin Osborn (Vice President and Director, The Commonwealth Fund) discussing how the Fellowship works, the program throughout the year, and eligibility
Jane Hall (Director of Strategy, Centre for Health Economics and Research Evaluation, University of Technology Sydney) on he Fellowship and its relevance to Australian applicants.
Robyn Whittaker (2010-11 New Zealand Harkness Fellow) discussing her Harkness Fellowship experience, her project, and how the Harkness Fellowship changed her life, personally and professionally.