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Janet Peacock

Professor Janet Peacock

Professor of Medical Statistics

Start date at Kings: 1/11/10

Contact details:

Postal address:
Addison House
Guy's
London
United Kingdom

Department

Clinical Academic Group

Research interests

Main clinical/epidemiological research interests

  • Perinatal medicine especially preterm birth

  • Paediatrics

  • Cancer and long-term conditions

Methodological/design interest

  • Communicating statistics and making statistics meaningful to clinicians

  • Dichotomisation of continuous outcomes (see link to talk below)

  • Analysing data with small clusters

  • Trial design and conduct

Talks  

Talk to Biostatistics Group at University of Miami, Dec 2014:
http://biostat.med.miami.edu/events-and-seminars/2014-seminars/making-continuous-outcomes-clinically-meaningful

 

Books  

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Oxford-Handbook-Medical-Statistics-Handbooks-ebook 

  • Janet Peacock and Philip Peacock. Oxford Handbook of Medical Statistics. Oxford University Press. 2011.  DOI:10.1093/med/9780199551286.001.0001 

  • Janet Peacock, Sally Kerry, Ray BalisePresenting Medical Statistics from Proposal to Publication 2nd Edition. Oxford University Press. 2017
    ** Free code, datasets, output in R, SAS, Stata, SPSS ** 
    http://medical-statistics.info/ 

  • Martin Bland and Janet Peacock. Statistical Questions in Evidence-based Medicine. Oxford University Press. 2000

 

 

 

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