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Statistical Issues During Planning with Stephen Furmanek

This is the fourth  lecture in our Research Lecture Series.

Stephen Furmanek discusses the various issues that could arise while conducting a study.  Some of the topics he covers are how to determine the correct sample size, and how results can be effected by the effect size, and variance or the data set.

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Stephen Furmanek, MPH

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Stephen Furmanek graduated with honors from the University in Louisville with a Masters degree in Public Health in 2015. He is currently working towards his PhD in Biostatistics. He is a research analyst for the University of Louisville School of Medicine Division of Infectious diseases, with research foci on pneumonia, quality improvement in healthcare, and support projects for faculty and fellows at the university.

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