Workshops

Wednesday 27th March 2019       9:00 – 12:00

Multivariate analysis using Additive Bayesian Networks  – Comin & Kratzer – 25 participants

Basics of molecular epidemiology: phylogenetic trees and transmission trees  – Koop & Klinkenberg – 25 participants

EMULSION: an expert-friendly language for designing and exploring  mechanistic epidemiological models– Picault, Ezanno & Beaunée – 30 participants

Syndromic surveillance on routinely collected data: do’s and don’ts – Veldhuis & Brouwer – Middelesch – 30 participants

Assessment of Confounding and Effect Modification during Data Analysis: The need for causal thinking – Weng & Messam – 30 participants

Self-determination theory in practice: how to motivate your students? – Mol – 12 (!!) participants

Bayesian tools for the estimation of the true disease prevalence – Kostoulas, Giovannini  & Denwood – 25 participants

 

Detailed information can be downloaded here: Workshops_SVEPM_2019