College of Dentistry

ORTH 5711 Community Research Methods - Fall 2020       1-1 hrs.

Prerequisites: None The course presents methodological issues important to clinical research of importance are formulation of a research question, methods of analyzing the data, data collection, and submission of a protocol for research. Also to be covered are statistical methods of analyzing for various data to include parametric and non-parametric methods of analysis, frequency data, simple linear regression and correlation. The course is offered during the first years of graduate study for the orthodontic graduate students. We require this course be offered prior to the student's enrollment in ORTH 5980 since it provides fundamental principles of research. One credit hour over 16 weeks is adequate for this.

Dates Sec. Class Days Times Instructor Location
08/24/2020 - 12/18/2020 001 - Discussion
10553 W 11:00 A.M
12:00 P.M
Romero Delmastro,Alejandro Alberto