Diagnosis in psychiatry, in contrast to most medical areas, are based on highly specialized clinical assessments considering only subjective symptoms and observable signs, given the absence of clinically relevant biological measures in psychiatry. Considering that current psychiatric categories fail to align with findings from clinical neuroscience and genetics and have not been predictive of treatment response, there is clearly a need for developing new ways of classifying mental health disorders combining clinical assessments with neurobiological measures.
Published: Aug 17, 2017 11:15:55 AM
Two-day short course: Methods for addressing missing data in health economic evaluation (21-22/9/2017)
Taught by academics with extensive expertise in missing data methodology, this course offers an in-depth description of both introductory and advanced methods for addressing missing data in health economic evaluation. The course will combine a mixture of lectures and computer-based exercises, where participant will learn about the relevant statistical concepts and the application of the methods in practice. Participants will engage in practical sessions illustrating how to implement each technique with user-friendly software (Stata®). We welcome participants bringing their own data and problems, and one session is dedicated to discussion of participants' case-studies.
Published: Aug 17, 2017 11:35:36 AM
As part of Bloomsbury Festival 2017 join us as we bring together
groups of people with visual impairments and UCL researchers to hack
technologies to create more accessible, inclusive, independent and
empowering museum experiences.
Published: Aug 17, 2017 11:30:13 AM