Lectures and seminars PHSP seminar: Key concepts in data management, from start to analysis
The Doctoral Programme in Public Health Science (PHSP) welcomes all doctoral students and researchers at KI to the the first seminar in our seminar series: Data management and survey design in quantitative research.
Across three sessions we will present the basic principles of asking questions and data management, starting from project inception, all the way through to archiving. With a focus on paper and electronic surveys, we will use real-world examples to highlight nuance and challenges researchers often encounter.
This first session will cover key data management concepts that include what should be considered throughout the study starting from design to analysis. The session will give insight into the practice and challenges of data management. The examples will be drawn from real-life field examples.
Carina King, PhD, Karolinska Institutet. Dr. Carina King is an Infectious Diseases Epidemiologist, with a focus on paediatric pneumonia diagnosis, treatment and management in sub-Saharan Africa.
She has worked in Malawi since 2012, and more recently Nigeria, on various research projects, including vaccine effectiveness studies, piloting and re-designing novel diagnostic technologies, and developing predictive algorithms to improve treatment decision making. She has also worked in non-communicable diseases in Bangladesh.
To register for the seminar or if you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Last day to register is 26 May.