Journal Club: On the 12th Day of Christmas, a statistician said to me…
June 23 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
The month’s leading up to Christmas are a magical time for medical research. The impending holiday season creates a dynamic upsurge in productivity, with researchers finding time to finish off statistical analyses, draft manuscripts and respond to reviewers comments. This activity leads to a plethora of submissions to journals such as The BMJ in December, so that researches can finish the year with a sense of academic achievement and enjoy the festivities with their loves ones.
In this talk, Professor Richard Riley will discuss 12 of the most common issues enountered during a statistical peer review at The BMJ, as identified by a survey of our statistical editors.
The topics will be presented with real examples and the talk is aimed as a broad audience, aiming to shine a Christmas star towards better statistical practice.
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