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570 * Wed, 8/6/2014, 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM CC-153A
Strategies and Examples for Teaching Statistics in Health Science — Contributed Papers
Section on Teaching of Statistics in the Health Sciences , Section on Statistical Education , Statistics Without Borders
Chair(s): Jacqueline Milton, Boston University   
2:05 PM Developing a Case-Based Curriculum to Teach Biostatistics and Epidemiology to Clinicians Angie Mae Rodday, Tufts Medical Center ; Jessica K. Paulus, Tufts Medical Center
2:20 PM An Interesting Example for an Introductory Biostatistics Course: Simpson's Paradox Harry Norton, Carolinas Medical Center ; William Anderson, Carolinas Medical Center ; Megan Templin, Carolinas Medical Center ; George Divine, Henry Ford Hospital
2:35 PM Teaching Command-Based Statistical Programs in Courses in Biostatistics Susanne Rosthøj, University of Copenhagen
2:50 PM Teaching of Multiple Regression Should Reflect the Way It Works David Hoaglin
3:05 PM A Simple Data Set Useful for Introducing Sequential Bayesian Estimation and Hierarchical Models Thomas Bradstreet
3:20 PM Floor Discussion

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