Introduction to MS Access for epidemiological research
New graduates, GPs, nurses, allied health professionals, clinicians and medical researchers wishing to maximise their study results through using databases
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This course is designed to assist researchers to design and construct a database for their research project and manipulate the data to respond to complex queries.
Key areas covered include:
- Understand the concepts of relational data structure for your research
- Recognize key structures and practical applications of relational databases such as MS Access
- Source complex information through data linkage processes and data retrieval
- Establish clear guidelines for data management and quality
8:30am - 4:30pm
This course is delivered face-to-face at:
Woolcock Institute of Medical Research
Level 5, Education Centre
431 Glebe Point Road
Glebe NSW 2037
12 April, 2013
Please note there are minimum numbers required for this course to run
Contact the Woolcock Institute via email
or online Woolcock Institute
T: 02 9114 0452