I’m contemplating a new project for the summer. I want to help you, my audience, become better consumers of research. This isn’t a new idea, I have actually been thinking about it for over a year. But the reality of being in a PhD program by day and mom by night is not really a place to try new things.
But this summer seems like the perfect time. We could talk about a topic each week, and I can pull in examples from PubMed so you can learn to look deeper into an article.
If we do this, I want to have some fun and interesting examples. So I am putting together a little internet survey to give us data to use. Be on the lookout for a link to the survey in May, participate, and enjoy a summer of learning statistics.
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