Aimed at non-statisticians working in the pharmaceutical industry this text provides a comprehensive and accessable guide to statistical methodology used in clinical trials in drug regulation
The flagship course is the two-day or three-day course ‘Statistical Thinking for Non-Statisticians in Drug Regulation’. The programme is run by Dr Kay exclusively on an in-company basis.
The course ‘Statistical Thinking for Non-Statisticians’ is available to be run in-house on either a one-day, two-day or three-day basis. The course consists of lectures, short exercises and workshops (in the two and three-day formats) and can be tailored to the needs of individual clients both in terms of topics and participant needs.
RK Statistics run courses for statisticians on an in-house basis. Individual lectures and workshops can also be organised and built around specific topic or problem areas. Recent course topics include 'The Analysis of Time-to-Event Data', 'Equivalence and Non-Inferiority', 'The Analysis of Binary and Categorical Data' and 'Interim Analysis and Adaptive Design'.