In today’s world of increasing research, publications and medical information, it is vital that we understand data. However, most clinicians are unaware of the difference between terms used to assess the performance of diagnostic tests, like sensitivity & specificity, area under the Receiver Operating Characteristic (ROC) curve (AUC), likelihood ratios, test accuracy etc. In addition, in some forums, research methodology is discussed in great depth making its comprehension and absorption challenging for many. In this short course, relevant and important terms have been explained by a world-renowned researcher and teacher, for a quick and easy grasp.
This course caters to practicing sonologists, gynecologists, obstetricians, radiologists and all other medical doctors, as well as medical students who are keen to understand medical research, comprehend data in journal articles and who are keen to publish their own medical data and research.
Prof Lil Valentin from Lund University, Sweden is known world over for her research publications, critical review of research and outstanding teaching skills. She is the recipient of the Ian Donald Gold Medal in 2019 (for her significant scientific contribution to the advancement of diagnostic ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology and for having changed the way ultrasound is practiced through research/innovation).
One fine body…