Research Methods Supercourse

Publish Soon, Publish Often, a Guide to Scientific Publications

To publish in international journals one needs expertise in research methods.  However, in most countries there are few  trained in research methods.  We have built a research methods Supercourse and help desk to assist potential researchers in the development, data collection and analysis of  studies.

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Supercourse Epidemiologic Methods lectures      

A Brief Introduction to Epidemiology - VI (Basics of Research & Epidemiological Research Methodologies)

Bias and Confounding. Part I      Part II               Part I   In Spanish      Part II  In Spanish

Bias, Confounding and the Role of Chance. Part I     Part II

Confounding       In Spanish

Data Sets and Outcome Measures. Part I      Part II      Part III

Data Quality Control


Different Kinds of Epidemiologic Studies

EPIDEMIOLOGICAL TRANSITION

Epidemiologic Transition: Changes of fertility and mortality with modernization (2)

Epidemiologic design from a sampling perspective

Epidemilogic Design I Focus on descriptive study

Epidemiologic Design II focus on Analytic Study

Epidemiologic Measures of Association

Epidemiologic Transition in English

Epidemiologic Transition in Spanish

Epidemiologic Transition in German

Epidemiologic Transition in Chinese

Epidemiologic Transition in Japan

Epidemiologic Transition: Changes of fertility and mortality with modernization (3)

Epidemiologic Transition: Russian examples

Epidemiologic Transition: Changes of fertility and mortality with modernization. Part I

Epidemiologic Transition: Changes of fertility and mortality with modernization. PartII

Potential Errors In Epidemiologic Studies. Introduction

Potential Errors In Epidemiologic Studies. Part II

Potential Errors in Epidemiologic Studies. Part III: Bias

Potential Errors in Epidemiologic Studies. Part IV: Confounding

Presentation and interpretation of epidemiological data: objectives

Screening

Standardization and Methods to Control Confounding. Part I        Part II

The epidemiological concept of population

The Use of Epidemiologic Methods in Disasters

Variation: role of error, bias and confounding

Apps for Mobile Phones in Epidemiologic Methods 

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