Upcoming Seminars

Dear all,

We hope you are doing well and enjoying the summer.

We would like to announce that the Basel Epidemiology Seminar takes a break due to the COVID-19 situation. Due to many available virtual events on interesting topics related to epidemiology we decided not to organize additional virtual events for the Basel epidemiology community. Instead we would like to point you to some interesting upcoming events:

  • ICPE All Access: ISPE’s expert presenters will bring you the latest developments, insights, and trends for pharmacoepidemiology and therapeutic risk management.

o          September 16 -17 – Live plenary sessions

o          Starting September 16 – Oral and poster presentations available on-demand

o          3–5 live webinars per week until December 2020 – symposia, workshops, and skills courses

o          For further details and registration see https://www.eventscribe.com/2020/ICPEAllAccess/

 

  • Several annual conferences of scientific societies usually happening in September / October offer online formats this year, e.g. GMDS & CEN-IBS 2020, DGEPI,…

 

The postponed seminar on “Pregnancy Research” will be moved to 2021. Further details on date and format will be announced in due time.

We hope to meet again soon.

Stay safe!

The BES Organizers

Downloads

Seminar: “Missing data – What can we do?”

Download Presentation: Christian Schindler                                                           BES 2018 Christian Schindler_Overview of statistical methods

Download Presentation: Audrey Muller                                                                     BES 2018 Audrey Muller_Comparative effectiveness in rare disease

Download Presentation: Gracy Crane                                                                          BES 2018 Gracy Crane_Comparative effectiveness of patients

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Seminar: “Challenges when studying associations between exposure and outcomes with long latencies”

Download Presentation: Prof. Dr. Christoph R. Meier BES_Benzos_Dementia_Meier_23.06.2017

Download Presentation: Anna Beckmeyer-Borówko, PhD, MBA BES_Beckmeyer_Borowko_Population_based_studies

Download Presentation: S. Behr & D. Rosenberg                           BES_Assessing-long-term-latencies-for-newly-marketed-drugs

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Seminar: “Propensity Score Methods for Causal Inference? “

Download Presentation: Julia Spoendlin

BES-2018-Introduction to Propensity Score Methods_Julia Spoendlin_17.08.2018

Download Presentation: Giusi Moffa, PhD

BES-2018-Causal Inference DAGs_Giusi_Moffa

Download Presentation: Alexander Michel, MD MSc

BES-2018-Alexander Michel- Propensity Scores

Download Presentation: Sigrid Behr

BES_Sigrid Behr _For-causal-inference-rare-outcomes

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Seminar: “Patient Preferences – methods and relevance for medicinal decision making”

Download Presentation: Conny Berlin

1_BES_BBS Seminar 22Nov2018_Introduction PP_CBerlin

Download Presentation: Stuart Osborne

2_BBS_BES Seminar 22Nov2018_PrefMab_RochePDMABiometrics_StuartOsborne_22Nov2018Final

Download Presentation: Evan Davies 

3_BBS_BES Seminar 22Nov2018_Evan Davies

Download Presentation: Florian Gutzwiller

4_BBS_BES Seminar 22Nov2018_FGutzwiller_GMCC

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Satellite Seminar on Causal Inference

Download Part 1 Introduction to Causal Inference and directed acyclic graphs EMD:

BES 5_July_2019 part 1 Introduction to Causal Inference and directed acyclic graphs EMD

Download Part 2 DAG to identify covariates to adjust for confounding Final GDP:

BES 5_July_2019 part 2 DAG to identify covariates to adjust for confounding Final GDP

Download BES 5_July_2019 part 2  sim_data GDP: (.XLSX)

BES 5_July_2019 part 2 sim_data GDP