We are pleased to announce that registration is open for Social Networks & Health 2023!
Faculty and researchers are invited to learn more about the expansive longitudinal database maintained by the North Carolina Education Research Data Center (NCERDC), as well as a variety of ways that external administrative or survey data can be integrated with students’ education records.
Leveraging Existing Data and Analytic Methods For Health Disparities Research Related to Aging and Alzheimer's Disease and Related Dementias
DUPRI Scholar and Professor of Statistical Science Jerry Reiter: Protecting Privacy in a Blended Data World
DUPRI will be hosting a workshop, Multilevel Modeling in R, on November 30. This 4-hour training will cover the basics of running multilevel models in R, including specification and syntax, interpretation and displaying of results, and model checking and comparison.
DUPRI will be hosting a workshop, Generalized Linear Models in R, on November 16. This 4-hour training will cover the basics of running GLMs in R, including specification and syntax, interpretation and displaying of results, and model checking.
Researchers from the Parenting Across Cultures longitudinal study will present their findings on the effects of the pandemic, health-compromising and risky behaviors, education, work, and intimate partnerships during this half-day conference.
DUPRI will be hosting Chuck Huber from StataCorp on Tuesday, October 4 to give three talks on applied methods using Stata. The talks will be Introduction to Mediation Analysis, Multilevel/Longitudinal Modeling, and Latent Class Analysis. In addition to the talks, lunch will be provided.
The Social Networks and Health (SN&H) workshop, sponsored by the Duke Network Analysis Center (DNAC) and DUPRI, offers comprehensive training in network methods for health scholars. Thanks to generous support from the NIH, we offer this training completely free of charge.