Biostatistics in Public Health

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Below are the top discussions from Reddit that mention this online Coursera specialization from Johns Hopkins University.

This specialization is intended for public health and healthcare professionals, researchers, data analysts, social workers, and others who need a comprehensive concepts-centric biostatistics primer.

Statistics Statistical Hypothesis Testing variability regression Normal Distribution summary measures binary data Confidence Interval p values sampling P-Value Proportional Hazards Model

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Taught by
John McGready, PhD, MS
Associate Scientist, Biostatistics
and 16 more instructors

Offered by
Johns Hopkins University

This specialization includes these 3 courses.

Reddit Posts and Comments

0 posts • 7 mentions • top 4 shown below

r/Coronavirus • comment
1 points • hearsecloth

Here's a free biostatistics course you can take from John Hopkins.

r/publichealth • comment
1 points • Big_Tuna82

Yes, as an MPH or DrPH you have to take this course just to understand how to process data. The professor that proctors the course is great If you want to work in healthcare and manage people you need this skill set. [oh you mean] (

r/biostatistics • comment
1 points • longdonglos

Hi. I think this John Hopkins's Biostatistics in Public Health Specialization on Coursera is just what you're looking for. You can focus on the sections of the topics you want to learn, but I recommend completing the whole thing.

r/datascience • comment
1 points • StrikingExchange

I'm really confused. The entire field of biostatistics was created for this. Do you go to graduate school at a university that had a medical school / teaching hospital?

Edit: a primer

Ethical training