CCHE Friday Seminar Series: Introduction to STATA Part 2

from CCHE General Updates Archive Feed at on January 18, 2022 at 04:13PM

We are pleased to welcome MIchael Lebenbaum this Friday January 21st.

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Dear All,
For this week’s CCHE Health Economics Series, we are pleased to welcome Michael Lebenbaum this Friday January 21st, 10 am – 12 pm via Zoom. Mr. Lebenbaum will present “Introduction to STATA Part 2”. All are welcome. You may register by clicking here. Apologies – you must register again for the Winter semester even if you have previously registered for the Fall semester. 

Michael Lebenbaum is a PhD candidate with a concentration in Health Economics at the Institute of Health Policy, Management, and Evaluation at the University of Toronto. He holds an MSc in Epidemiology from Western University and is also an epidemiologist in the Mental Health and Addictions program at ICES Central. His research interests include health economics, health technology assessment, and epidemiological research focused on social capital and mental health.  


This presentation will build off of Introduction to STATA 1 by reviewing some of the basic commands covered in the first session, with a focus on their application, and will introduce some functions/commands not previously covered. This presentation will also cover the basics of working with hierarchical (i.e., clustered/longitudinal/multilevel) data (, merging, wide/long data, converting from wide -> long, summarizing records for an ID, searching records within an ID). All are welcome.



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