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VERITY 2021 Methodology Core Course on Causal Inference and Mediation Analysis in Rheumatic and Musculoskeletal Diseases

After the great success of the all-virtual VERITY/Brigham Course in Rheumatology Clinical Research of 2020, we have decided to host the VERITY 2021 Methodology Core Course on Causal Inference and Mediation Analysis in Rheumatic and Musculoskeletal Diseases. 

The course will consist of two 2-hour sessions that will be held completely virtually via Zoom. VERITY Faculty will present didactic lectures and oversee discussion on causal inference and mediation analysis. Please find addition information about the course below. Contact Jackie Stratton, jstratton1@bwh.harvard.edu, with any further questions.

When will the course be held? 

The two sessions will be held on Thursday, March 4 from 4:00-6:00PM EST (Session 1) AND Thursday, March 11 from 4:00-6:00PM EST (Session 2). To view the course schedule, please click here. This session will be held completely virtually.

Who is eligible to attend the course?

Content is most applicable to junior faculty and fellows interested in pursuing a career in academic medicine in adult/pediatric rheumatology or other musculoskeletal diseases. Other faculty, residents, medical students, post-doctoral fellows, and graduate students are also welcome to attend.

How much does the course cost?

The cost of the course is $100. The cost covers both sessions. The cost cannot be split between the sessions. Payment details will be sent to you by project manager, Jackie Stratton, after you have registered for the course.

How do you register for the course?

You can register for the course by clicking here. Please complete the full registration, including information about payment. Registration is due by Monday, March 1, by 5:00PM EST. After the registration due date passes, all registered attendees will receive information about how to join the course.

What if I have more questions about the course?

Please direct all additional question/concerns/issues to the VERITY project manager, Jackie Stratton (jstratton1@bwh.harvard.edu).

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