Certification training RMBIO

Post graduates,PhD
aspirants and research scholarsin Medicine, Nursing, Dental and Veterinary Sciences
Post graduates,PhD
aspirants and research scholars in Pharmacy Practice [IV PharmD, V PharmD, I&II M. Pharm, PhD scholars]
graduates,PhD aspirants and research scholars in Social Science


Concepts covered

Essentials of Research Methodology

Elements of Biostatistics

Descriptive Statistics

Inferential Statistics – Parametric data

Hands on training with SPSS or SAS

Project Support


Essentials of Research Methodology

Framing a research question, hypothesis, distilling objectives from research question, Designing the study (Case Reports, Case series, Cross sectional, Case -control, Cohort and RCT), Randomization, Sampling methods, Ethical Aspects in biomedical research

Elements of Biostatistics

Definition, Hypothesis, Sample Size, Errors, Level of significance, Power of the test, P value, Odds Ratio, Incidence, Prevalence, Relative Risk, Attributable Risk, Attributable Risk %, Population Attributable Risk, Population Attributable Risk %,Number needed to treat

Descriptive statistics:

statistics: Mean, Median, Mode, Standard deviation, Standard Error Mean, Range,Confidence

Inferential statistics:

statistics: Test for normality, T test, Paired t test, ANOVA, Correlation and
Regression, Chi Square test

Case studies

Case studies

Project work

mentoring: Mentoring and limited support for data analysis during their project

Scope of the course:

Participating research
Participating researchers shall discover trends & best practice in research methodology, biostatistics and learn SPSS or SAS
Tailormade program suitable
Tailormade program suitable for the researchers who are in any stage [Initial, middle or final] of their project work

Highlights of the training

Thought provoking discussions

Insightful presentations

Hands- on sessions

Enable researchers to analyse
their own data

Regular and Weekend batches

On site institution training (For
Group Registrations only)