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648 - Evaluation and Research Methods for Health Informatics and Learning Systems

This course provides a foundational introduction to empirical methods, both qualitative, that are applicable to health informatics and learning health systems, and that support both evaluation and research studies. Quantitative methods are introduced with a heavy emphasis on measurement theory and the development of measurement instruments. Each week, as new methods are introduced, they are examined through analysis of published studies, including several classic papers, of applications of information technology applied to health care, population health, and personal health. Students complete two study design exercises a key learning experiences in the course.

Credit Hours 3

Prerequisites

Advisory:
  • Graduate level introductory statistics course