330.660.01 SEMINAR ON METHODS IN PUBLIC MENTAL HEALTH RESEARCH
Targets the development of effective research strategies in public mental health, including the identification of research questions, study design, and analytic approaches. Discusses important epidemiologic studies of major psychiatric disorders, such as sample selection, measurement, and analytic strategies. Reviews strengths and weaknesses of these studies and considers recent advances in epidemiologic and statistical methods as alternative approaches for addressing research questions. Also discusses advantages and disadvantages of longitudinal, cross-sectional, and multistage research designs.
- Tuesday 3:30 - 4:50
- Thursday 3:30 - 4:50
340.601-604; 140.621-624; or consent of instructor