The Best Laid Plans...
Did February just happen? Wow.
Last month fell apart for me a bit after Superbowl Sunday. It had nothing to do with the Eagles winning (I'm originally from Pittsburgh. We all know who should have been playing, 'nuf said).
It had everything to do with technology. I made some "behind the scenes" updates to our website and validated some processes and software to be in compliance with regulations required for my clinical research work. Changed hosting, file sharing...you get it. It wasn't smooth. What in life is? But it is done! Well, for now.
Things don't look any different, but under the hood, things are running much better, and in regulatory compliance. Well, for now.
So I'm glad to be back!
The weekly Stats Grab Bag will return on March 17th. It has been a big hit, people really love the tidbits from practice I share each week. Every Saturday morning I get to sit with my cup of coffee and review my accomplishments and pratfalls, and share my experiences and any newfound wisdom with all of you. It is actually quite cathartic for me!
During all of the renovations I still managed to get work done and to present the Power Analysis for Sample Size webinar. I used a new format of asking questions not only at the end, but also as I went through the presentation. Thanks to everyone who attended the live event to participate and ask such wonderful questions!
If you missed it, I've posted the recording on the Omega Statistics YouTube channel. Here is the link:
The next Stats for the Masses webinar, An Introduction to Bayesian Logic, is scheduled for May 23rd. Details are below. As with all of the Stats for the Masses webinars, there is no charge to attend the event.
I will also be presenting a webinar in May about multiplicity for my colleague Karen Grace-Martin's Statistically Speaking program. I'll have more details in next month's newsletter.
And I will be traveling to various locations in the U.S. to present my Biostatistics for the Non-Statistician seminar. Details are also below. These events are fee based. Click on the links provided for more information and to register.
I'm attaching some links to articles I've written since January. See the Dissertation Den section to learn about the "Dissertation Proposal as Contract" and in the Clinical Craftworks has a couple of goodies for my clinical research audience.
I always welcome suggestions for article, webinar, and seminar ideas. So don't be shy! Send me an email with any suggestions or questions you have about any events or services I can provide. I'd love to hear from you!