Join a seminar on causal mediation analysis organized by Statistical Horizons.
The seminar focuses on some of the recent developments in causal mediation analysis and provides practical tools to implement those techniques.
This seminar will begin on Monday, May 10, 2021, and conclude on Monday, June 7, 2021.
More about the course under this link:
"Mediation analysis deals with the mechanisms and pathways by which causal effects operate. The course will discuss the relationship between traditional methods for mediation in the biomedical and social sciences and new methods of causal inference for dichotomous, continuous, and time-to-event outcomes. The course takes place online in a series of four weekly installments of videos, quizzes, readings, and exercises, and requires about 8 hours/week. You may participate at your own convenience; there are no set times when you are required to be online. This four-week course can be accessed with any recent web browser on almost any platform, including iPhone, iPad, and Android devices. It consists of several modules, which contain videos of the live, 4-day remote version of the course in its entirety. Each module is followed by a short multiple-choice quiz to test your knowledge. There are also weekly exercises that ask you to apply what you’ve learned to a real data set. There is also an online discussion forum where you can post questions or comments about any aspect of the course. All questions will be promptly answered by Dr. VanderWeele."