Statistical Methods for Mediation Analysis

Mediation analysis examines what variables may lie on the causal pathway between an exposure and an outcome. Mediation models are useful for understanding aetiology, providing evidence to confirm and refute theory, and assessing the impact of intervening on a mediator when it is not possible to alter an exposure.

Dates 24 - 25 June 2024*
Fee £440
Format Online
Audience Open to all applicants (prerequisites apply)

*Advisory: previously advertised as 1-2 July

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This course aims to provide an understanding of the statistical principles behind, and the practical application of, mediation analyses in epidemiology.

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I had prior knowledge of the concepts covered in this course, but what truly stood out was how the course helped me connect the dots and see the bigger picture. This is one of the most valuable benefits one can gain from an educational program.

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Find out about the self-paced Materials & Recordings version of this course [UoB only].

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