Lecture: How to manage your data and research results
Anna Johansson, biostatistician and epidemiologist at MEB, will demonstrate some simple tricks to provide a simple and safe existence for your data and research results, which in the long run leads to better research and a more efficient way of working.
Structured documentation should be seen as a natural part of research work – not something to do afterwards when the mess is already a fact. You will be guided you through the data management and research documentation process and get hands-on tips for how to organize your files and folders, become a more organized researcher, minimize mistakes and save time.
For more background on the topic of structuring and documenting research, see Annas article on the subject (in Swedish).
Lecturer: Anna Johansson is a biostatistician and epidemiologist with research interests in cancer epidemiology and reproductive epidemiology. She has a methodological interest in register-based research, epidemiological designs and survival analysis. Anna is also involved in developing policy and guidelines concerning research data documentation and regulations at KI.
You must have and supply an email-address with the ending @ki.se. Register before May 14.
Questions? Contact Katarina Amcoff.