Do you use or abuse statistical testing? The pharmaceutical industry makes widespread use of statistical tests, from clinical trials to comparing results when transferring test methods or processes from one site to another. It is essential that the right test is correctly applied to each situation, and this pharmaceutical statistics training course details some of the common tests and how they should be correctly applied and interpreted.
The course also includes a wide range of case studies and delegates will have the opportunity to use statistical software to perform tests and interpret the results.
This course is approved by the Royal Society of Chemistry as suitable for its members’ continuing professional development (CPD).
On completion of this course, delegates will:
Course tutors will be selected from the following:
Peter Gough - Peter is an analytical chemist with over 40 years’ industry experience in applying statistical techniques to pharmaceutical manufacturing, testing and quality management.
Richard Kettlewell - Richard has a master’s degree in pharmaceutical sciences and has over 30 years’ industry experience in a number of QC, QA and technical roles.
David Young – David is a senior lecturer in the Department of Statistics and Modelling Science, University of Strathclyde who has carried out statistical consultancy work for the NHS, pharmaceutical companies and Health Protection Scotland.