Short Course: Power and Sample Size for Multilevel and Longitudinal Study Designs
This three-day course will give scientists training for calculating power and sample size for multilevel and longitudinal studies. The course is accessible to all, from graduate students to senior researchers, and requires only basic statistical background.
|University of Colorado Denver||Aurora, CO||January 20-22, 2016||Monday, January 4, 2016|
|University of Florida||Gainesville, FL||May 18-20, 2016||Monday, April 25, 2016|
At the end of the course, attendees will be able to:
- Understand a framework and strategy for study planning
- Write study aims as testable hypotheses
- Describe a longitudinal and multilevel study design
- Write a statistical analysis plan
- Plan a sampling design for subgroups, e.g. racial and ethnic
- Demonstrate the feasibility of recruitment
- Describe expected missing data and dropout
- Write a power and sample size analysis that is aligned with the planned statistical analysis
- Write the design, analysis, power and sample size sections for a grant
- Use expert feedback to improve the product
We are planning to present new instances of the short course starting in spring 2017.
For more information about previous course offerings, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.