Introduction to Regression Modelling in R with Chris Mainey
We are very excited to announce that the NHS-R Community will be hosting its annual conference, including pre-conference online talks, online workshops and the main conference, during October 2023.
The online conference workshop will be hosted via Zoom and take place on the following date:
This workshop introduces regression and correlation analyses as analytical tools. We will explore how linear regression allows us to interpret the relationship between two variables. We will then expand this to include more variables, different types (such as categorical data), and examine the outputs of models. We will discuss assessing model quality and predictive accuracy.
We then introduce the Generalised Linear Model, and apply the principles of the earlier session to different kinds of data including count data and binary data. The final sections introduce how to use fitted models to predict outcomes and how that can be used.
By registering for this event, you will qualify for the following:
A Zoom link will be provided to you to attend the conference workshop virtually. Please note that if subtitles are used, they are likely to be generated by Zoom thus, may encounter some issues converting technical language and acronyms to text.
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Additional Conference Related Activities
Please note that the conference will also include the following separate activities:
NHS Data Scientist
Chris Mainey is an NHS data scientist and leads the specialist analytics team at North Central London ICB. He has experience in patient safety at NHSE, national benchmarking at University Hospitals Birmingham, and in public health, clinical networks, acute trust informatics, and leading analytical and data science teams. He completed his PhD in applied statistics and machine learning at UCL in 2020, focussing on methods for analysing incident reporting data in the NHS using multi-level regression models, Generalized Additive Models (GAMs), tree and random forest methods and natural language processing (NLP). He has a strong interest in training and teaching, and is a senior fellow of the NHS-R community.