Pre-requisites: Some introductory experience with R
This session will focus on how to fit regression models in R, the most common form of statistical modelling. We will examine the essential theory underpinning these models, then fit linear models with a single predictor, then multiple predictors and look at how to interpret them
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Deputy Director of Specialist Analytics at North Central London Integrated Care Board
Chris Mainey is an NHS data scientist and analytical lead. He has led analytical teams in Patient Safety at NHSE, national benchmarking at University Hospitals Birmingham and has recently joined the specialist analytics team at North Central London ICB. He has experience in patient safety, public health, clinical networks, and acute trust informatics.
Chris’ work focuses on modelling NHS data with a variety of statistical and machine learning techniques. He completed his PhD at UCL, on modelling NHS incident reporting data using quantitative methods and NLP/text mining. He is keen on teaching and training, causal inference, and trying to ask better questions.