Institute on Quantitative Methods for Social and Health Interventions
Family scholars are invited to take part in a week-long workshop series on quantitative methods for social and health interventions at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. This training is organized by the UNC School of Social Work's Consortium for Statistical Development and Consultation (CSDC) in Social Intervention Research. NCFR member Todd M. Jensen, Ph.D., will be the facilitator for Wednesday's workshop.
The courses are as follows:
Monday, May 11 – Propensity Score Methods for Comparative Effectiveness Research in Social and Health Interventions
Tuesday, May 12 – Integrative Data Harmonization with Meta-Analysis and Multi-Level Modeling
Wednesday, May 13 – Latent Class Analysis and Latent Growth Modeling: Methods for Discovering and Understanding Patterns and Trends in Our Data
Thursday, May 14 – Complex and Systems Science Perspectives on Social & Health Interventions: Evaluation Methods and Tools
Friday, May 15 – Geo-Spatial Analysis and Modeling for Intervention Research
Registration will be available soon on the CSDC website.