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306 * ! Tue, 7/31/2012, 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM CC-Room 22
Teaching Statistics in Health Sciences — Contributed Papers
Section on Teaching of Statistics in the Health Sciences , Section on Statistical Education , WNAR
Chair(s): Amy Nowacki, Cleveland Clinic
8:35 AM Considerations on the Bayesian Dosing Window Escalation Xue Lin, FDA ; Boguang Zhen, FDA/CBER
8:50 AM Teaching Clinical Applications of the Bayes' Theorem in a QBIC Statistics Course Ramon Gomez, Florida International University
9:05 AM Interesting Examples of the Capture-Recapture Sampling Method from Biology, Public Health, and Epidemiology Harry Norton, Carolinas Medical Center ; George W Divine, Henry Ford Hospital
9:20 AM Incorporating Principles and Methods of Evidence-Based Practice Into Statistical Teaching Deborah V. Dawson, University of Iowa ; David R. Drake, University of Iowa
9:35 AM Selecting Topics for an Introductory Biostatistics Course T. Ceesay, Merck
9:50 AM Bringing Real-World Problems and Expectations to the Classroom Through Consulting Heather Bush, University of Kentucky ; Arne C Bathke, University of Kentucky ; Candace J Brancato, University of Kentucky ; Arnold J Stromberg, University of Kentucky ; Constance L Wood, University of Kentucky
10:05 AM Gimme All Your Data: Keeping Collaborations with Nonstatisticians from Becoming a Stick-Up - A Public Health Perspective Alicia Chancellor Hansen, Statistical Consultant

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