12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
What is bias, and how can you avoid it in your research? In this seminar, you will learn about several spurious associations that can arise due to systematic biases, including selection bias, confounding, and information bias.
Need to develop a protocol for your research study? Learn step-by-step how to design a successful, ethical study at the next seminar in the Clinical Research series, Developing a Research Study Protocol.
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