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PIPH faculty's article published in WHO EMRO's East Mediterranean Health Journal

Prime Foundation & AKU's collaborative research project published in Lancet - Global Health

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Hands-on Workshop

Essential Data Analyses using SPSS

12 CME Contact Hours

Day 1: 26th Nov - Day 2: 3rd Dec
Time: 8:45 AM - 4:00 PM

Prime Institute of Public Health


This workshop will focus on usual statistical challenges a medical researcher encounters. For instance, how do I describe my data? Which statistical test should I use? what are some of the issues I need to look for while using a test? And finally how actually should I run it in SPSS?

Main contents will include:

  • Data types with tips on how to choose the appropriate statistical test
  • Introduction to SPSS, its interface and common operations
  • Hypothesis testing and p-value dynamics
  • Descriptive statistics and graphs using SPSS
  • Comparing means (full range of t-tests, ANOVA and Mann-Whitney U tests) in SPSS
  • Comparing proportions (Binomial, Chi-squared, Fisher Exact tests), and correlation analyses in SPSS

Ideal for

  • Clinical researchers
  • PhD students
  • Trainee medical officers
  • Postgraduate students
  • Undergraduate students

Registration Fee

Rs. 4000/- Regular
Rs. 3000/- Undergraduate Students
Refreshments & lunch will be served


Registration Closed Download Flyer Download Agenda
Last day of registration: 25th November 2016
Call for details: 091-5202169 - 0333-0282801

- Please bring your own laptop for hands-on practice
- Laptops must have SPSS software installed beforehand
- For SPSS related queries/help, call 0333-0282801
- Practice data will be provided, though one may bring his/her own data
- Registration on first come, first serve basis